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Stop by and check out our new exhibit. Kathy Feikert has shared a "small" portion of her Happy Meal Toys collection. Most of these date from the '90's, so will be a trip down memory lane for most of us! The kids have enjoyed looking at them, and a couple have asked to play!
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library
Yesterday was a big hit for story hour. Ms Shelly read Spike. A book about a penguin with colored hair. Next was a race with a ball between there knees and then hands ✋️ in blubber in ice water to see how penguins can survive in the cold. Next story hour is February 9th. Come and join us for a fun time
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library
Storytime this coming Thursday is all about Penguins! Join us at 4 for a waddling adventure!
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library
Cold weather is in our forecast again. Sounds like a good time to stock up! We are open today at 12:30!
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library
Story hour was a huge success yesterday. Ms Shelly read Froggy gets Dressed. And the kids made snowflakes and the grand finally was playing in the snow ❄️. Fun for everyone young and old 🤣😊
Bucklin Public Library
Bucklin Public Library
HOT OFF THE PRESS! Stop by, call, email us or tell us here to put your name on the hold list for Prince Harry's book, SPARE.

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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