Summer reading is all about heros this year.
Join us each Wednesday to celebrate heros.
July 8 - Aminal heros
July 15 - Community heros
July 22 - Environmental heros
July 29 - Heros of the future
Children are encouraged to come to the library for activities but don't need to attend library events in order to be eligible for prize drawings. Participants can turn in a list of at least 10 books they've read over the summer and get one entry for every 10 books. 50 books = 5 entries. The more books, the better the chance of winning prizes!
Preschool story time - Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m., from September through May join Sweet Pea, the furry green crocodile for a fun time of songs, stories and crafts for the little ones.
When she's not at story time, Sweet Pea can be found at various places in the Kamiah library.
3rd Thursday Book Discussion - Meets at 5:15 the 3rd Thursday of each month at the library unless otherwise noted. Here are the books we'll be discussion:
August 14 - potluck at Shannon Clapperton's house to talk about what you're currently reading
September 18 - The Round House, by Louise Erdich
October 16 - Bell Canto, by Ann Patchett
November 20 - Elmer Gantry, by Sinclair Lewis
December 18 - The Storyteller, by Jodi Picoult
January 15 - The Children's Blizzard, by David Laskin
February 19 - Catch-22, by Joseph Heller
March 19 - Quiet, by Susan Cain
April 16 - Dandelion Wine, by Ray Bradbury
Legacy Writing Group - Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 1:00 and focuses on writing our life stories. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Oral History Project - This popular project began in January, 2011, for recording stories of the longtime residents of the upper Clearwater. If you are interested in interviewing or being recorded, or would like to learn more, please contact the library.
Knitting Group - This group meets monthly. Please contact the library for times.
Friends of the Library - Are you interested in becoming a Friend of the Library and taking part in supporting your community library through fundraising events, helping at programming activities, or other ways? If so, call our library and find out how to get involved.
Our library features a children's area, tables and a comfy couch for lingering, a quiet reading room especially for our adult patrons, and a public restroom. We also offer services including copying and faxing for a small fee, and free internet-access computers and wi-fi for your personal laptops and mobile devices. We welcome suggestions about how we can make your visit more enjoyable.