April Events at the Perry Public Library


bookNational Library Week 2015:

Unlimited Possibilities @ Your Library®

The Perry Public Library will observe National Library Week April 13-18. A national event sponsored by the American Library Association, National Library Week celebrates the contributions of libraries and librarians and promotes library use and support in our communities. The theme Unlimited Possibilities @ Your Library draws attention to the many and varied resources and services available to everyone at free public libraries. During the week, the Perry Public Library will have special displays, the Friends quarterly book sale, a Food for Fines amnesty program to benefit the Perry Food Pantry and cookies provided by the Friends of Perry Library. Join the celebration and discover unlimited possibilities @ Perry Public Library. For more information, call the library at 515-465-3569.

Perry Public Library Quarterly Classics Book Club – April 14

The April 2015 meeting of the Quarterly Classics Book Club is 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 14, at the Carnegie Library Museum, 1123 Willis Ave. in Perry. The selected title is “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,” by Betty Smith. Everyone is welcome to participate in the book discussion or to attend any of the quarterly meetings. Books are available at the Perry Public Library to purchase or to check out. For more information, call the library at 515-465-3569.


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