New Kidz Paint Class on February 17th and we’re thinking SPRING!! There will be two morning sessionslimited to 20 students each. 9:00-10:15 and 10:30-11:45. Ages 5-12. There is no charge thanks to a very generous anonymous donor. Please pre-register by stopping in the library or by calling 217-368-2613. If you leave a message include your name, children’s names and ages, which session you prefer, and a call back phone number. If you don’t hear from us that means your kiddos are registered!
Hi there, My name is Dror Liebenthal and I’m the CEO of Bold.org. It’s the largest independent scholarship provider in the US with millions of active students. I’m reaching out to let you know that we recently launched the Book Lovers Scholarship, and we’d love to receive applications from Greenfield Public Library..
This scholarship aims to support students who love reading books and believe in the power of reading to transform their lives and become good people in the world.
All students with a passion for reading may apply for this scholarship.
We humbly ask for your support in sharing this information by adding the link to our scholarship page on greenfieldpl.org, as this will make it easier for your members to review our scholarship opportunities.
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An update for all who might be interested in our Safesitter course through Carlinville Area Hospital & Clinics. It will be held on a Saturday at the library in Jan. or Feb. of 2024.Lunch will be provided. The cost per student is $25 but the library will pay a portion of that with grant funding we’ve received for outreach programming.
The Sharing Libraries donated by Laurye Davis in memory of her mother Sylvia Crawford have been restocked with children through adult books and DVDs. We still have one located on the corner across the street from the Catholic Hall.The other one is now just across the street from the NE corner of South Park. For hometowners – that’s by Marge Koehm’s former house. Our thanks to the current resident, Carla Patterson, for letting us use that spot (1st and 2nd pictures). We appreciate those who help us stock the libraries!