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Bucklin Public Library4 days ago
Bridgerton fans, stop by and nab Penelope and Colin's story before it airs next month on Netflix!
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library4 days ago
The sidewalk project company has shared that they will begin removing our sidewalk today. They will put a temporary wood ramp up to our sidewalk, like they have other businesses. Those who want to drive to the library, might want to consider parking on the side streets. Remember, we do have two handicap spots behind the library, and ONE spot that isn't, but parking behind the building is an option.
We ARE OPEN normal hours, so don't be afraid to swing by!
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library5 days ago
We have a NEW display.

Jane Hayes is sharing a small portion of her collection of Newbery Medal Winners. The Newbery Medal has been awarded since 1922. Newer winners are available at the library.

Stop by and look over the display, then come in and find your favorite Newbery winner, check it out and take it home! It's always fun to read a book from your childhood.
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Bucklin Public Library1 week ago
We had a great time last Thursday playing with tunnels and tubes. We have some very promising engineers in the group! Join us next time April 18.
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library1 week ago
We have a very small number of eclipse glasses left. Here is a look at what we can expect to see Monday!
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library2 weeks ago
STORYTIME is this THURSDAY at 4:00. Join us!

Children’s Attendance Policy

Patrons under the age of 12 unaccompanied by an adult are limited to 1 hour on library premises.  Patrons under the age of 5, unless attending a library program, must be accompanied by an adult …

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Mrs. Christopher’s Monthly Recommendation

Mrs. C’s Choice for June is  How to Find Love in a Bookshop! The enchanting story of a bookshop, its grieving owner, a supportive literary community, and the extraordinary power of books to heal the …

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Mrs. Christopher’s Monthly Recommendation

Mrs. C’s Choice for May! An essential read for our times: an eye-opening memoir of working-class poverty in America that will deepen our understanding of the ways in which class shapes our country. Sarah Smarsh …

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Mrs. Christopher’s Monthly Recommendation

Mrs. C’s Choice for April – Alternate Side “Captures the angst and anxiety of modern life with . . . astute observations about interactions between the haves and have-nots, and the realities of life among …

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