Library News for the week of November 10, 2021 | Community news


This week at the Clearwater Memorial Public Library (CMPL), our craft is an adorable box of frogs. You can use it to store a variety of things. For example, it makes a great pencil holder!

Next week (November 15-20) is Idaho Family Reading Week. The main objectives of the program are to: Emphasize the importance of the family / guardian’s daily reading time and their support for early childhood literacy. To connect families / caregivers of young children to early literacy resources available at local public and school libraries to help them prepare their child for school success. To help each family / caregiver obtain a public library card and visit a public and / or school library.

On Wednesday evening, the library will host the first of a three-part book discussion series on the theme of Getting Old, Getting Wiser. It begins at 6 p.m. in the conference room of the library. Entrance to the event will be through the conference room door or through the double doors leading to the alleyway. The main library will be closed during the event.

The library will be open on Thursday, Veterans Day. The OJSHS will organize a parade of vehicles driven or carrying any veterans who wish to participate. The parade will start at school at 10 a.m. and will proceed into town via Johnson Ave to 1st Street and back to Michigan Ave to OES. Let’s all go out, wave our flags and applaud our veterans.


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