Wakarusa Public Library Online CatalogSEARCH
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AudioBookCloud is an Online Audio Library collection of streaming audio books for the Wakarusa Public Library.
This database aims to include the best, most enduring, and most popular novels in series that might appeal to today’s adult readers.
Be a Hero, Thank a Hero – Come be a part of honoring our ‘Military Heroes’. A story of military service will be read and thank you drawings/cards will be completed by children and sent to those serving our country. Children will also have the opportunity to complete a patriotic craft. Registration is required.
Children will hear “The Bear Ate Your Sandwich” by Julia Sarcone-Roach, and participate in either a craft or activity related to the story. No registration is required.
Today is the last day to get registered for our Summer Reading Clubs.
The library will be closed all day in observance of Independence Day.
Children will hear “The Adventures of Beekle” by Dan Santat, and participate in either a craft or activity related to the story. No registration is required.
WAKARUSA HISTORICAL COLLECTION The library collects a variety of materials that pertain to the history of the Wakarusa community and the surrounding area. Dates of materials range from the late 1800's to the present.SEARCH