Welcome to the Goshen County Library

Welcome to Goshen County Library. We have been serving the citizens of Goshen County for nearly 100 years. You will find a wide range of materials for children and adults. We carry books in print, audio books, e-books, several magazine subscriptions, and local and national newspapers. We have computers for public use and wi-fi is available within the building.

Observe the Moon Night

Come observe the moon with Goshen County Library!

 

There will be 

-A power point presentation by Jessica Anders

-A camp fire with marshmallows for roasting

-And a telescope

 

If you have your own telescope please bring it.

 

October 22, 2018. 6pm at the Goshen County Library

Halloween Family Night

We will be having a Halloween Family Night October 29th at 6pm in the activity center. We will be doing a small craft for children that evening. Feel free to come in costume!

KIDS IN THE LIBRARY

Story times- Tuesday mornings 10:15-10:45

Each Tuesday morning a staff member will present a variety of stories and crafts for preschoolers. This story time is geared towards 3-5 year olds capable of participating independently of their adult caregivers. Caregivers are welcome to join in until the child is comfortable.

 Charcoal and Quill Guild- Thursdays 4-5pm

Everyone 13-18 years of age who hasn't yet graduated high school is welcome to attend. Charcoal and Quill Guild is a collection of teens who are enthusiastic about art, writing, poetry, and other assorted media. Teens who are looking to better themselves through the support of their peers. We usually drink tea, have cookies, do a small art project as a group, and display works in the library. Sharing is not mandatory but encouraged.

See our previous works here

Free Build Fridays- Fridays 2-4pm

Free build Fridays: Encouraging kids to be creative and thoughtful with tinkertoys, Legos, circuit boards and other assorted fun stuff.

This group meets in the Wyoming Room.

Favorite Author Quote for the Moment

 A home without books is a body without soul. 

Marcus Tullius Cicero