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.
This is the conclusion of the Adult & High School Reading program.
“Dying for Chocolate” by Diane Mott Davidson will be the featured book for this program. Participants should have read the book and be ready for a discussion. Registration is required.
This is the monthly meeting of the Wakarusa Library Board of Trustees
Story Hour is for children ages 3 – 5 years old. They will hear a story, have an activity, and create a craft. Registration is required. The program takes place on Monday or Tuesday mornings at 10:15 a.m.
Book Bites is an informal Story Hour program. Children will hear a story or two and participate in a craft or activity. This program is held in the Children’s area of the library.
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