BEATRICE – Its Library Appreciation Month and Beatrice Mayor Stan Wirth has proclaimed April 7th through the 13th as National Library Week, in the city.
Public Librarian Laureen Riedesul says there are scheduled activities throughout the month at the library, located at 16th and Ella. One of those is a seed program by Joanne Neemann, Thursday night at seven.
:28 “a look at that”
There’s an author program scheduled for April 16th, at seven p.m.
:35 “Lewis and Clark materials”
On Wednesday’s at 10:30 in the morning, there are children’s story time presentations and an April 11th program called Stitch one, read two, at seven p.m.
Riedesul says a book discussion in conjunction with the Homestead National Monument of America is set for April 25th, at 7 p.m., marking the May 10th 150th Anniversary of the Golden Spike and the joining of railroads at Promontory Point, Utah.
:11 “buy that book”
A book sale at the library wraps up the month-long observance, April 27th and 28th, with a genealogy meeting on the 30th.
The mayor also proclaimed April as Autism Awareness month, in Beatrice.