*(Closed daily 1:00-2:00)
Saturday: (1st & 3rd) 10:00-12:00noon
Our Scholastic Book Fair is right around the corner and we hope you make plans to attend one or more of the days – Thursday, July 21 from 4-7pm; Friday, July 22 from 9am-3pm; and Saturday, July 23 from 9-11am and 12-3pm. There will be a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level.
Our Book Fair is also available for online purchases at: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/casseltonpubliclibrary
Plan on joining the fun this Thursday, June 23 at 7pm in the City Hall Auditorium. We will be making individual Crayon Canvas Art as part of our “Out of the Ordinary” week. Please bring a hair dryer with you if you have one available. Hope to see you there!
Come join us at the library for Movie Monday at 4:30pm!
June 20-Snow Dogs
June 27-The Big Green
July 11-Mighty Ducks
July 18-The Karate Kid
July 25-Sandlot 2
Friday, June 3rd from 9-1 and Saturday, June 4th from 7-Noon at the Casselton City Hall Auditorium.
Purchase a bag for $ 4.00 and then browse through our selection of withdrawn, used, and donated books to fill up your bag. Or, you may select books from the rack of nearly new donated books that will be priced and sold individually.
See you at the sale!
The library has been invaded with smiling shamrocks. Stop into the library before St. Patrick’s Day and see how many you can find. Everyone will have the opportunity to place their guess in a basket and on Thursday, March 17th a winner will be drawn from those with the correct answer. The prize waits at the end of the rainbow.
March is here, and it’s time to celebrate! St. Patrick’s Day, the first day of spring and March Madness may all grab our attention but at the library we are talking about a different holiday. Get out your calculators—it’s time to celebrate Pi Day! What’s that, you may ask? Think back to geometry class… Pi is a mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Pi is approximately equal to 3.14159 and usually is shortened to 3.14, but it could go on forever. It has been represented by the Greek letter “π” since the mid-1700s, although it is usually spelled out as “pi.” We invite you to join us at the Casselton Public library on 3.14 at 1.59pm as we watch the movie The Life of Pi and enjoy a slice of pie as we marvel at the wonders of math.