Tues, Wed, Thurs 1:00 - 6:00
Saturday 9:00 - 12:00
Branch Manager: Carma Hammon
Summer Reading signup - June 4th through 7th
Children pre-school age and up can register at the library. For younger children, registration forms should be signed by a parent.
Each participant will receive a reading log for keeping track of books read, or, in the case of children too young to read, books read to the child by a family member.
Participants may bring in their reading logs periodically on Wednesdays, Thursdays or Saturdays to receive stickers or tickets for reading time.
Young children - a sticker for every 15 minutes
Ages 12-17 - a ticket for every 1/2 hour
Ages 17 & up - a ticket for every 1 hour
Tickets are entered into prize drawings, so the more you read, the better your chances of winning a prize.
The library will be offering as many activities as possible, so drop in often.
The final event for those completeing the program is Friday, August 8th at 1:00 at the library. Certificates and free books will be awarded, and prize drawings will be held. Join us for the $50 grand prize drawing!
Library programs are free of charge. Children, teens and adults of all abilities are welcome.
Books of local interest
Winchester resident, Gary Bond, author of Mountain Mayhem, has written a prequel entitled Two Bears' Mountain.
Like his first book, this one is set in the 1800s, and is a tale of
action and adventure featuring two northwest mountain men, close
friends, one white, the other Nez Perce.
Gary was born in Idaho and raised on the Nez Perce Indian reservation.
Researched and complied by Byron D. Bovey, Winchester, Idaho, The Payroll Town of Craig Mountain, tells the story of the town of Winchester through its first century.
Sewing circle - Saturday mornings from 9:30 until closing. Everyone is welcome to bring their knitting, needlepoint, or any current project.
Scrapbooking class - Wednesdays at 4:00. Bring whatever supplies you have and learn scrapbooking with Debbie Willoughby.
Located in the small, rural community of Winchester, our facility was constructed in 2001, and features computers free for public use and a meeting room available for community use.