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Library Newsletter

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Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Event: Summer Reading Date/Time: June 10-Aug. 9 Location: Glenwood City Public Library Description: Please check under Summer Reading in the menu for more information    

Book Exchange Party

Book Exchange Party

Event: Book Exchange Party Date/Time: May 23 | 6:00 Location: Glenwood City Public Library Description: Please bring a wrapped book to exchange. Once you sign up we will hand you or send to you a bookplate that you insert into your book.  We will be playing games, and...

Adult/Teen Craft

Adult/Teen Craft

Event: Bubble Gum Machine Date/Time: June 6 | 6:00 PM Description: We will be making a Bubble Gum Machine with a glass bowl, clay pot, and saucer. Register with the link below. https://forms.office.com/r/8jPS9jXr2Z?origin=lprLink

Friends of the Library Book Club

Friends of the Library Book Club

Title:  Horse Author: Geraldine Brooks Location: Glenwood City Public Library Date: May 20, 2024 Time: 7:00 Description:  A discarded painting in a junk pile, a skeleton in an attic, and the greatest racehorse in American history: from these strands, a Pulitzer Prize...

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Established in 1900 when a board of library commissioners was appointed to oversee 300 books, the Glenwood City Public Library continues its role today as an essential and dynamic community organization.  Providing old-fashioned service with a personal touch, the library offers state-of-the-art technologies to meet information needs along with a friendly, cozy gathering space for learning and recreation.

Mission Statement

The Glenwood City Public Library promotes a strong, vibrant community by connecting people to each other and to information, and by providing personal development opportunities and satisfying recreational experiences.

Vision Statement

The library a) offers a safe, accessible, and inviting “home away from home” for community members; b) promotes the joy of reading, the love of learning, and the sharing of ideas; c) provides professional and responsive service to all; d) works in partnership with other community organizations; and e) protects every individual’s right to explore information and ideas in a confidential manner.