Summer? Really?

Girl reading outside in the summer.

Seems like forever since a school year ended on time, what with snow days and fog days and flooding. But wonder of wonders, the originally scheduled last day was actually the LAST DAY. Oh boy! A stretch of days when you can read what you want to read, play what you want to play, nap… Read more »

May NEWSNOTES now available.

Read about Summer Challenge Mini Expo and more. View or print a copy of the May 2016 NEWSNOTES and KIDSHEET.

Talking Taxes

Tax word cloud

Indiana’s tax people shared a video with us. Take a look. Get some tips.  

April NEWSNOTES now available.

Read about Money Smart week and more. View or print a copy of the April 2016 NEWSNOTES and KIDSHEET.

Don’t leave all of your childhood behind.

Yes, we all have to grow up sometime but there is fun to be found in our childhood memories and too often we consider these simple joys as being childish and having no place in our adult lives. Why is that? Does the addition of years change us to the point where we can no… Read more »

Let’s talk about a book, Jay County!

Books as conversation starters? Back in 1998 “If All of Seattle Read the Same Book” was launched to bring people together around one common book “to broaden and deepen an appreciation of literature through reading and discussion.” The idea of a book shared by a whole city, county or state has since spread around the… Read more »

You’re invited to tea. Time to RSVP.

Fans of Downton Abbey are invited to morning tea at 10 Saturday, March 5th at the library. It’s a bit early in the year for tea on the lawn. Come to the Community Room instead. But first, be sure to respond to this invitation by March 2nd in order to reserve your place at the… Read more »

March newsletter is available online

Read about the return of Jay County Reads! View or print a copy of the March 2016 NEWSNOTES and KIDSHEET.

January newsletter available online

Read about January’s Health and Wellness programs and more. Read or print a copy of the January 2016 NEWSNOTES.