Crocktober is next Monday, October 22 at 6:30! This is your opportunity to show off your cooking skills to other people in the community, and get new dinner ideas from everyone else! Need food inspiration? Check out a cookbook or magazine and try out a new crock-pot meal! This event is free but registration is required for this event, and everyone must bring their own dish along with the recipe to share. You can register in person at the circulation desk or by phone (777-1211). Patrons must be teenage (grades 6-12) or older to attend.
Want a chance to win free taco bell? $15 worth of Taco Bell?
Participate in our Teen Read Week Challenge. You can attend one of our events the week of October 8-12 for two points a piece or participate on social media daily and earn one point per post. The teen with the most points wins! Teens must have proof that they are in the middle school or high school, no library card is required.
Teen Read Week is celebrated across the country to remind everyone what programs and services are offered at the library. This week we will have a ton of fun activities for teens in grades 6- 12 to participate in.
Monday, October, 8 @ 6:30: DIY Night! Come create a plush pumpkin out of t-shirts with us!
Tuesday, October 9 @ 3:30: Trivia Night. Trivia and Treats. Topics will be over pop culture, YA books, movies, and television.
Wednesday, October 10 @ 3:30: It’s Science! Our regular Teen Scene activity time will be all about static electricity.
Thursday, October 11 @ 3:30: Board Games. Hang out in the teen area and play games, from Sushi Go to Exploding Kittens.
Friday, October 12 @ 6: Outdoor Movie Night. Featured movie: Hocus Pocus. This event is for all ages. There will be food trucks arriving at 6, a Winnie the Pooh short starts at 7, and at 7:30 we will be showing Hocus Pocus.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask for Maggie at the library or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is with regret and joy that we announce the retirement of Sue Gerlach, after 33 wonderful years of helping the patrons and community at the Mulvane Public Library. She has decided it is time to spend even more quality time with her husband (Eddie) and family. Sue’s retirement marks the end of an era for the library, and we are indebted to her service and commitment to the library. Miss Sue will be missed, and we wish her well in her retirement.