Pictures from the May 31 Adult Kickoff party
Summer Programs for Adults!!
Pick up a challenge BINGO card from the library. Register for the activities that you want to do. Complete a BINGO in any direction or be a super star this summer by completing the entire card!!
Books read must be from the Gregory Public Library or SD Titles to Go. The Community Read book is available at the library. There are only 12 copies so we will have to read fast and share. (Take notes!!) Deadline is August 1st. Turn in all BINGO cards by August 1st to be eligible for the prize drawings that night.
Library Scavenger Hunt
June 5-August 1 any time during library open hours. Come in by yourself or bring a friend and complete the scavenger hunt by getting the challenge list from the library staff. Everything can be found in the library!
Tuesday, June 20 @ 7pm
Find out the pros and cons of social media and learn more about Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Led by Ashley Meyer/Teen Board
Cook the Book (Limit 10)
Thursday June 22 @ 6:30pm
Pick up a recipe from the staff at the library. Cook up your recipe and bring it to share on the designated date. We will be using recipes from Ree Drummond's "The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food From My Frontier". This is a pilot program and hopefully will continue through several other cookbooks on our library shelves. Led by Kathy Kayl.
Community Read Discussion
Tuesday, August 1 @ 7 pm
Borrow a copy of "The Work of Wolves" by Kent Meyers (SD author). Read it by August 1st and then come to the discussion led by SD author Jean Patrick while enjoying fellowship & refreshments.
For more information on our book club for adults, click the link above. New members always welcome!
The Gregory Public Library partners with a variety of local groups and organizations in order to promote our community and the patrons that we serve. The staff and auxiliary groups host Open Forums for elections, Community Read events, book fairs, classes for business marketing, special speakers, help with job applications and resumes, a current jobs available bulletin board, tech device assistance, Books on Wheels for shut-in patrons, basic computer skills taught one-on-one and more! Our favorite activity is helping patrons with a variety of reference questions. We can point you to great RELIABLE websites for health information. Through the SD State Library we can access many electronic databases, such as Ancestry, Chilton's Auto Repair, and Mango Languages.
Just let us know what we can do for you because it is our joy to serve you.
Pictures from past programs and events