“Tree of Life” Community Art Project Organized by Gibbon Public Library
Books Are Just the Beginning at the Gibbon Public Library and their celebration of  Nebraska’s 150th birthday is just one example. The library’s “Tree of Life” Community Art Project will bring together members of the community of all ages to make a collaborative art project. Find out more at http://libraries.ne.gov/gibbon/2017/06/30/help-us-celebrate-nebraskas-150th-birthday/
Chadron Public Library’s “Trading Stories,” a Native American Movie Festival
Books Are Just the Beginning at the Chadron Public Library and the Trading Stories Native American Movie Festival is just one example. The July 6-9 Festival will include storytelling, flute performances, dance demonstrations, films, and more! For more information see http://www.chadronpubliclibrary.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=67
Book and Spoon Cookbook Club for Foodies at North Bend Public Library
Books Are Just the Beginning at the North Bend Public Library and their monthly meetings of the Book and Spoon Cookbook Club  is a good example.  People who like to cook and share the trials and errors of trying to cook a new dish can share conversations with other Foodies, hosted by Julie Markvicka. For more information see: […]

In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning

Libraries across Nebraska offer so much to the community! Our libraries offer books and so much more–digital resources (including eBooks and audiobooks), access to computers with broadband connection, community events and activities, and recreational resources. Nebraska libraries are lifelong educational partners in our Nebraska communities.

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