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Check It Out March 2024 Newsletter

Director's Corner

Spring has sprung - at least in my backyard which is full of weeds and daffodils! If you enjoyed the Master Gardner's program in February, let us know and we will try to have them back again. If you don't know what to do with the kids over spring break, the library will have several programs. Stop by and see what is new. Library staff hope you have a very Happy Easter. We will be closed March 29 and 30 in observance of the holiday.


Did You Know?

Do you want to learn a new craft or hobby? Have you already started learning one but want to move to the next level? KPL has a Craft & Hobby Database that gives you access to online video tutorials and classes on a variety of crafting topics such as art, sewing, knitting, woodworking, photography, cake design, and more.


Remember When?

(A look back at important events in literary history—author birthdays, book/character debuts, and dates in books)

3/1/2008 William W. Johnstone's Ambush Valley is published.

3/18/1932 American novelist John Updike is born.


Staff Pick - Joy

I recommend the junior non-fiction series "The United States Encyclopedia," which contains The Presidents Encyclopedia, The Government Encyclopedia, The National Parks Encyclopedia, and The States Encyclopedia. Each volume contains 2-4 page entries that include facts, pictures and a brief description. These books are an ideal reference for 3rd-8th graders that need to do research or just want to satisfy their curiosity on these American topics. The layout is easy to read and eye-catching, while the similar format of the entries makes it easy for kids to quickly glean the information they need.


Library Events

- Children's Hour meets every Wednesday at 10 AM. Join Mrs. Katie for stories, songs, crafts, and more for ages birth to 5.

- Ask a Librarian: Sewing Edition—Do you want to learn to sew or how to use your sewing machine? Are you stuck on a sewing project and need help? Joy will be available to answer your sewing questions 11 AM - 1 PM on 3/14 and 3/21. Ask a Librarian occurs every 2nd and 3rd Thursday.

- Friday Free Play - Preschoolers and their adults are invited to come to the library for a come-and-go free play hour at 11 AM every Friday. No Friday Free Play March 29

- Homeschool Meetup - Tuesday, March 12 at 1:00 PM Join us for an interactive science lesson on static electricity.

- Book Club meets Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 PM. Join Katrina for a discussion of The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See. Book Club meets the 2nd Thursday of each month.

Spring Break Events 3/19-3/23

Tuesday 3/19: Craft Time - Yarn Painting at 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. We will have 2 craft sessions for all ages. (Note: This is not a drop-in craft but 2 identical lessons.)

Wednesday 3/20: Children's Hour storytime will be at 10:00 AM. Wednesday is also Won't You Be My Neighbor Day. We will have some simple crafts and activities available through the day to help you celebrate. (Note: This is a drop-in event).

Thursday 3/21: Movie Magic - Learn Stop Motion Animation with Jesse at 1:00 PM.

Friday 3/22: Friday Free Play 11:00 AM - Noon

Saturday 3/23: KFL Spring Festival at 50 West 12:00- 3:00 PM. A family-friendly event to raise funds for the Friends of the Library. Activities for kids include bounce house, mini-storytimes, and crafts.

Upcoming in April

- A new weekly gathering for Senior Adults to include activities, social time, and more

-Reading with Rover



-Baby Day: A program full of fun and engaging activities for parents/caregivers to enjoy with their babies and toddlers.

Krum Friends of the Library Update

KFL's Spring Festival will be Saturday, March 23 from noon to 3:00 PM at 50 West. Entry fee is $5 for adults and includes access to vendors, bounce house, live music, mini-storytimes with Mrs. Katie, crafts, and a free raffle ticket for the prize drawings. Additional raffle tickets will be available for purchase. All proceeds go to the Friends of the Library so we can continue to provide additional resources to the library. KFL sponsors the Halloween Carnival, the Harry Potter Yule ball, and some of the Summer Reading prizes. In the past we have also purchased books, DVDs, furniture, and more for the library.


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November 29th - Children's Hour at the library. Bring the little ones for story time with Ms. Katie. Stories, songs, activities, and crafts are all part of the fun. Children’s Hour starts at 10:00 AM

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