A special new summer storywalk is here: make your way around the outer edge of the Library’s front lawn to find the hidden objects in six unique “I Spy” images! Good luck!
Spring has sprung, and a new storywalk is up at Clark Memorial Library. Take a stroll around the outer edge of the Library’s front lawn and read through When Spring Comes, written by Kevin Henkes and illustrated by Laura Dronzek.
We also have some exciting news: starting Friday, April 14, the Library will be increasing its hours of operation! We will now open at 12:00 PM on Fridays, and close at 5:00 PM as usual. We hope you enjoy these extended hours!
Halloween Storywalk 2022
Our storywalk has been updated to reflect the changing of the seasons… each stand now contains an assortment of fall foliage and a section from Aaron Blabey’s Halloween picture book Pig the Monster. Stop by and read about Pig’s silly adventures, take in the fall colors that have started to appear from the sitting area, then come inside to get some more autumn reading materials!
Come take part in the Summer Storywalk! Each of the six stands in the library’s front yard has a different summer-themed riddle on it for you to solve; once you’ve thought it over, you can look behind the stand or scan the QR code on the upper right to check your answer. Enjoy the summer foliage and renovated sitting area while you’re here!
Join us at 10:00 AM every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for a drop-in story time! For children ages 2-5.
Drop in and join Miss Dorothy at the craft table every Saturday afternoon – a new summer craft to do every week!
Our new library Story Walk installation is ready for viewing from October 27th through the 31st. We are offering a special humorous Halloween story, “The Hallowiener” by Dav Pilkey.
Stop by our outdoor stations on the south side of the library to enjoy a walk and reading. Begin your storywalk near the Reading Garden and then afterwards head over to the curbside table for a special Halloween treat (available during regular curbside hours).
(Special thanks to Harrison Brinton for creating the storywalk as his Eagle Scout project).