Ronna Schmidt

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Pumpkin Patch

October at the Greeley County Library means the Pumpkin Patch! Our librarians and volunteer helpers spend hours putting the Pumpkin Patch together in the lot on the south side of the library. Then we have visitors throughout the month of October who come to see the results of their hard work. School classes from the …

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State Library Audiobooks Changing

Do you enjoy listening to audiobooks? The State Library of Kansas has been offering a free audiobook checkout service through the RB Digital app. Since that app is about to disappear, the Library is moving audio content to the Cloud Library app. As we get more information about moving your account, we will let you …

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New Resource Offered by State Library of Kansas

The State Library of Kansas has added a new science resource, Today’s Science, to the Student Research page of their website. Free resources on this page work by verifying your Kansas internet provider address. Look for a link on our website to go directly to Today’s Science.

Hours & Current Services

The library is currently on Fall/Winter Hours. At this time adult computers are available for patron use, as are 3 of our kids’ computers. Video games will remain off for now, and toys will remain put away. We have a lot of new books and movies you and your family will enjoy. We are also …

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Online Card Catalog

Want to see what books or authors we have in our library? Our library has an online card catalog which you can use with handheld devices such as tablets and phones, as well as laptops and other computers. The URL is: https://swkls.agverso.com/home?cid=swkls&lid=grco Once you are at the site you can add an icon to your …

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Cloud Library App

Cloud Library is a free ebook app available to patrons through the State Library of Kansas.┬á It gives you access to a wide variety of books for both adults and children. There are also a few audiobook titles available on the site. If you don’t yet have the app, call the library and we’ll be …

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