Ronna Schmidt

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Make a Bracelet With Jeena Walkinshaw

On Tuesday June 18 at 5:30 the Greeley County Library will host a Jewelry Making class led by Jeena Walkinshaw. She will teach us how to make a wire wrapped bracelet. Some of her jewelry is currently on display in the Library. Jeena has been making jewelry for over 15 years and using wire wrapping …

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Hours & Current Services

The library will be open Summer Hours from Memorial Day 2024 until Labor Day 2024. We have two computers available for adult patron use. The X-Box and Wii games are available for play in the teen room, and five computers are available for use by kids ages 6 and older. We have toys in the …

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Hours of Operation

We began Summer Hours on Tuesday, May 28, 2024. We are open 8:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday., 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, and 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. on Thursday. We will continue these hours until Labor Day 2024. We will change to Fall/Winter Hours on September 3, 2024 See you at the library!

Listen to Audiobooks Free!

Do you like listening to audiobooks? The State Library of Kansas offers a free audiobook checkout service through the Cloud Library app. If you want to start a new account, we can help you right now! You need a State Library card, which we can set up for you (also free for Kansas residents). We …

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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.  It gives you access to a wide variety of books for both adults and children. There are also  audiobook titles available on the site. If you don’t yet have the app, call or come into the library and we’ll …

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