Help us “decorate” our tree with mittens, hats, glove, and scarves to help others stay warm this winter! Read the book, The Mitten Tree, which inspired our tree at the library. Thank you for helping the citizens of Scott City!
Scott Community Foundation is having a Giving Day for the non-profit organizations who have funds set up in Scott County. Scott County Library is one of those funds. Giving Day is set for November 28th, 2017. See the picture below
Join us for a night of family fun! Thursday, October 26th from 6:00-8:00 P.M. Games for both little and older kids! Life-size Candyland board Giant Yahtzee Giant Bowling Giant Memory Giant Jenga Card Games: Uno, Old Maid, Slap Jack, Crazy
Did you know there will be a solar eclipse on August 21st, 2017?! Come learn a little about what to expect with the solar eclipse! Get approved solar eclipse glasses just for coming to listen! Thank you, Star-Net! Solar Eclipse
Summer Reading Camp has come to a close and we had tons of fun with the youth in our community! Our summer program wouldn’t be possible without the support from the following sponsors: Scott County Farm Bureau Heartland Foods of
Strega Nona is coming to the Scott County Library for Summer Reading Camp on Tuesday, June 13th, and Wednesday, June 14th, at 10:30 am for ages Birth – 6! There will be no other programming for these ages on those
Come visit us @ Scott County Library during National Library Week! April 10th-15th. We will waive any overdue fines on items that are returned to the library that week!
How many times during a movie preview do you hear “based on the acclaimed novel?” Have you ever watched a movie and later found out it was a book first? Or do you like comparing the similarities and differences between
Stop in TODAY and pick up your soup bowl reading challenge! Read a book that starts with each letter of the alphabet! For ALL AGES! You have till December 31, 2017 to finish. Everyone WHO finishes: Receives a Prize Is
Come join us at The Scott County Library for Adult Coloring Mondays at 7:00 p.m. Thursdays at 2:00 p.m