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What's Going On At the Library?


 Read a New Book Month 

December 21st is the Winter Solstice, but winter feels a bit longer here in South Dakota. This makes December a great time to start up a new book - and we've got plenty to pick from! Plus, if there's something you're looking for but can't find, we can always request a loan from a different library so you can still get your reading done for the month. 


 Month of Giving 

“For it is in giving that we receive." 

-St. Francis of Assisi

This time of year is also known as the season of giving, and December is appropriately known in turn as the National Month of Giving. Let's all do our part to give to others this month. 


 Universal Human Rights Month 

December celebrates Human Rights in commemoration of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations in 1948, shortly after the end of WWII. The assurance of universal human rights continues to be a noble and necessary endeavor to this day, 75 years later.  


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Tips and Tricks

 Did You Know? 

The library is now open on weekends! On Saturday and Sunday the library is open from 5PM - 11PM. 

You can reserve study rooms ahead of time on 25Live - or come in person and snag an empty unreserved room. 

There's more than just books in the library. We've got items like digital cameras, go pros, external DVD players available for check out as well. Also a selection of movies!