Adopt A Magazine

We are looking for people who are interested in sponsoring a magazine subscription for a year.

 

If you are willing to pay for a magazine subscription for the library we will…

 

1. Order the magazine and have it sent to the library

2. Call you when the first issue arrives so you can read it first

3. Store some of the back issues here rather than let it take up space in your home.

4. Make claims on any missing issues during the year.

5. We will let others use your magazine and know of your generosity

 

Thank you for supporting Goshen County Library

Please Log Out of Our Public Computers Before You Go

We've had a rash of people leaving their personal accounts open (email, Facebook, bank accounts) and also leaving digital files of personal documents on our computers (pay stubs, birth certificates, family photos). Please protect yourself by deleting your personal downloads and logging out of your accounts before you leave the public computers at the library.

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

 

Favorite Author Quote for the Moment

It is by the goodness of God that in our country we have those three unspeakably precious things: freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence never to practice either of them.

Mark Twain