National Library Week

April events include art shows, discussions and free stuff

 


The Carbon County Library System announced several special events this month, including National Library Week, which runs from April 11 to April 16.

Other events for the month include the Encampment School Art Show display, a book discussion group and a celebration of Drop Everything and Read Month.

According to a release by the Carbon County Library, during Drop Everything and Read Month, visitors to the library will receive a free book bag, book marks and stickers. The library also said it encourages parents to obtain library cards for children ages five and older.

The Encampment and Riverside book discussion group will meet 7-9 p.m., Thursday April 21, at Encampment Library. The group will discuss “The Day the Whistle Blew: The Life and Death of the Stansbury Coal Camp,” by Marilyn Nesbit Wood. For more info, or to reserve a copy of the book, call Dawna Martin at 307-327-5775.

The Encampment Library will also be displaying art created by students of Encampment K-12 school from April 18-28.

Patrons are also encouraged to stop into their local library during National Library Week.


 

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