Do you love a mystery? Do you wish to gather together with others who share your passion for this exciting literary genre? A new mystery book club discussion group, sponsored by the Williams County Public Library and led by Pam Lash, is meeting on Thursday, August 11 at 7:00 pm, in Bryan at the Harmon Room in the Local History Center.
West Unity Branch Library’s summer reading program will run from June 02 through July 28. All programs will start at 1:00 pm.
Edgerton Branch Library’s summer reading programs will last 6 weeks and will be on Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning on June 13. All events will start at 1:00 pm.
The library will host “Movie Mondays” on June 13, 20, 27 and July 11, 18 and 25. On the Wednesdays of June 15, 22, 29 and July 13, 20, and 27 there will be a program, story time, and a craft/game.
Take part in Bryan Library’s Summer Reading Challenge for Adults and Teens. Every library book read earns a ticket. Each ticket is entered in to a raffle to receive awesome prizes including gift cards, books, movies, sports bags and so much more! The more you read the more chances you have to win! Teens and Adults will each compete in separate challenges so there are more chances to win!
The Main Library Children’s Department in Bryan will hold a sign up for summer reading May 30 through June 03. Stories, games, activities, music and special visitors will all be included in this summer’s fun. Fun prizes will be given out at programs, while supplies last. Weekly programs will be held throughout summer reading.
2016 Summer Reading Schedule
The Williams County Public Library has started a seed library. All locations of the library in Bryan, Edgerton, Edon, Pioneer, Stryker, West Unity and the Local History Center will have approximately 50 different seeds to choose from to start a garden. The library is starting the seed library with mostly vegetables and herbs, but is hopeful that if this program is successful they will add more seeds every year, including more flowers. Patrons can come in and sign out starter seed packets from any location. The seeds are free! Those taking seeds are asked to save seeds from plants at the end of the growing season and bring them in to replenish the collection. This will keep the seed library sustainable.