Welcome to "We're in Your Corner," the monthly column for The Banner-Press about Hruska Memorial Public Library. I hope this column is helpful to you as you visit our city owned library facility. If you haven't been here for a while, we encourage you to stop in and see what the library has to offer.
Humanities Speaker Jeff Barnes Presents 150@150: Our History in Our Structures Thanks to a grant from Humanities Nebraska, along with City Library funds, a wonderful program will be presented at the library on Monday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m. The program was postponed Jan. 22 because of bad weather.
Barnes will talk about his new book, 150@150: Nebraska’s Landmark Buildings at the State’s Seisquicentennial. Mr. Barnes will highlight buildings in Butler County, along with other historically signifi cant structures throughout the state. His full color book will be available for purchase and autographing aft er the presentation. This program is free and open to the public. Light refresh ments
*Are you at risk for diabetes?
Diabetes continues to be a major health threat for at least 29 million Americans who have the disease, and at least 89 million with pre-diabetes. Connie Schmit, RN, CDE, Diabetes Education and Eric De Wispelare, Wellness Director and Pre-Diabetes Lifestyle Coach at the Butler County Health Care Center will present information to help you determine your level of risk. This program at noon, Wednesday, March 21 and is free and open to the public. However, reservations are required. A light lunch will be served, thanks to this month’s generous sponsor, Butler County Health Care Center. Please save your seat by phoning 402-367-3100.
“We’re in Your Corner”@ the Hruska Public Library/March 1st
* Ninja Party! Ninjas—From 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, children are welcome to dress as ninjas and show off their ninja skills! Snacks and games will be provided, so registration is required. Call the library at 402 -367-3100 to register.
* Story Hour Continues! Storytime Friends gather on March 6, 20, 27, April 10 and 17 at either 10 -11 a.m or 5-6 p.m.
Pre-schoolers and kindergarten students are welcome to register throughout the program at 402-367-3100.
Checking out books is an important part of this program, so library cards are required. The hour long program includes stories, crafts and games.
How do I get a library card?
If you live or own property in the city of David City, please bring proof of your address and personal identification to the Library and we will register you for a card. If you live out of town, and do not own property within the city limits, the cost of a library card is $20 for an individual or $30 for a family, along with your personal identification. It is that easy! You will then have access to all of the library services and programs available.