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In celebration of National Volunteer Week, April 12 through April 18, Williams County Public Library would like to express gratitude to all those who so generously give their time and efforts as volunteers to their local libraries. The strength of a community can be measured by how much citizens give back. WCPL is blessed to have many citizens who donate their time and support for the betterment of the library.
In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, Pioneer Library will be holding a Blackout Poetry Contest. Teens and adults will be given a page cut out from a withdrawn paperback book. Then, using the words on the page, they will create a poem by blacking out, coloring, and using artistic talents to feature words that create a poem on the page. Patrons will be able to vote for their favorite poem, and a prize will be awarded to the winner. Pick up your book page, at the library circulation desk and join in the fun! Pioneer Branch Library is located at 106 Baubice Street. For more information on the Blackout Poetry Contest, please contact library manager Rose King at 419-737-2833.
|Check out some of the new audio books added to the library's catalog this week. You can also sign up for our Audio Book newsletter and receive updates of new titles directly to your email. Audio books are a great way to read while driving, working around the house, allowing you to read anytime, anywhere.|