Welcome to Cadott Community Library!
October 13, 2014
The Cadott Community Library would like to thank everyone who came out to support the Friends of the Library book sale this past month. We raised close to 300 dollars, which will help to support our children’s programming this coming year. We would also like to thank everyone who donated the books that were used in the book sale as well as the volunteers that helped to make the books sale possible.
We are also happy to announce that the children’s story hour will be starting back up Wednesday October 29th with our Halloween themed story hour. Story hour times will be every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. for toddlers and preschoolers and 3:40 p.m. for elementary students. Please feel free to wear your Halloween costumes to story hour on the 29th. And don’t forget to stop in and show off your costume while trick-or-treating on the 31st, the library will be offering Halloween treats and every 10th trick-or-treater will get a free book.
The Book Club will be meeting November 20th at 6 p.m. at Kathy’s Diner. We will be reading Unbroken: a World War II story of survival, resilience, and redemption. Stop in to the library today to pick up your copy.
The Cadott Community Library will also be offering a Foods for Fines program the entire month of November. It will start November 3rd and run through the 28th. Please bring in any non-perishable item during library hours and we will waive 50 cents of any overdue fines on your account for every item brought in. The donation must be sealed and must not be expired in order to count towards fine waiving. All donations that we receive will be given to the Cadott Food Pantry in order to help those of our community in need.
In the spirit of giving, the Cadott Library will also be hosting a Spirit of Christmas giving tree. You can stop in during the month of November and choose a gift to purchase for a child in need in Chippewa County. Take the gift request with you when you do your Christmas shopping and bring it back to the Library before December 1st and it will be passed on to a child who may otherwise not receive any gifts under the tree.