March Madness: check out the latest news at your library!

Mar. 04, 2024

 March at the Beaumont Library promises a variety of engaging programs and activities for all ages. From early literacy sessions to senior workshops and fun-filled Spring Break activities, there’s something for everyone!

March offers up a chance to try out some of our popular Early Literacy programs at the library. Drop in for Rhyme Time, Tickle Time or Bonjour Mes Amis! Check out our website for more information.

Seniors Corner presents For the Love of Woodworking on Tuesday, March 12, 1:00-2:00 p.m. Walter Krebs of Prairie Creations will share how he turned his passion for woodworking into a creative enterprise. Registration is required.

Looking for fun activities for the kids during Spring Break? Sign them up for our engaging Spring Break Activities! From March 26-28, kids in grades K-6 can participate in daily STEAM challenges involving art, LEGO, and Sphero indi cars. Morning and afternoon sessions available.

After a brief hiatus, French Conversation Club is back at the library! Join us twice a month, in person, for an opportunity to practice your French language skills in a relaxed and fun setting! French Conversation Club takes place on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 7:00-8:00 p.m.

Have you met our library mascot, Dewey, yet? Dewey, an albino axolotl, is a favorite among our younger visitors. Learn about this fascinating creature and his favorite food, worms!

Our annual Book Sale will take place during Beaumont Days in May. If you are looking for a sign that it’s time to clean out your bookshelf, this is it! We are currently accepting donations of new or gently used books for the sale. Please drop any donations off at our circulation desk during business hours.

The Artists Association of Beaumont is hosting an exhibit at the library this month, pop by to check out some of the amazing works of art produced by local talent!

Did you know that our beautiful building is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year? That’s right, the Beaumont Library building was dedicated on April 6, 2004, by then Lieutenant Governor Lois Hole. At that time, Beaumont was a small town of 7,807! It’s hard to believe how much Beaumont has grown in the past twenty years, and the Beaumont Library has been here supporting the community through it all. Stay tuned for more information as we share plans for a celebration to honor this milestone anniversary!

Thank you for your continued support as we serve the Beaumont community. Get ready to dive into a month of discovery at the Beaumont Library!

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