In addition to filling out postcards to send to members of the Mississippi legislature as part of the Library Love Letters advocacy campaign, library patrons in Iuka are also currently signing a banner that will be sent to the state capitol detailing why they LOVE their library.
What do bears and monkeys have in common? They know it’s important to read with their loved ones! Visit your local library today and who knows? Maybe you’ll find a great story to fall in love with!
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal columnist Margaret Gratz, author of Butterflies: At Home in the Earth Lady’s Garden, will speak about her latest book at the Iuka Friends of the Library Lunch Break program on January 20 at 12:00 p.m. Ms. Gratz took the photographs herself and has compiled a beautiful volume that includes information on over 30 types of butterflies and how to create your own butterfly garden.
The Friends of the Iuka Library are also selling raffle tickets for this beautiful original painting by local artist Lila Ham. Chances are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. The painting will be given away as part of National Library Week celebrations during April 2015. For more information, please call the Iuka Library at 662-423-6300.
The Friends of the Iuka Library will present their annual Children’s Christmas Party on Dec. 6. View the flyer here:Christmas party Flyer
The Iuka Public Library
invites all children to
Story Time with Ms. Joan
on Thursdays at 3:30
Beginning December 4, 2014
The Iuka Public Library recently celebrated Banned Books Week with an eye catching and informative display located just inside the main entrance to the library. Each title contained a slip of paper telling why it had been challenged. The display will remain in place for several weeks.
Iuka’s patrons just keep looking younger and younger!