The Oswego Public Library & OPL Book Club Is hosting a One Community One Book Read With Us Event. Read the novel during the month of July and then join the O.P.L. Book Club on Monday, July 26 at 6:30 pm for a general discussion of the novel. The Library will host a showing of
Nationally known Jim Two Crows will be performing his fun-filled Native American animal stories at the Oswego Public Library on Thursday, June 24 @ 1 p.m. Listen as he tells the story of how the bear lost his long tail, how bull frog wins a contest, or how a coyote carries water home to his
Week 2 of summer reading. Here are the upcoming events for the week. Watch our Facebook page or our website @ Â oswegolibrary.org for information on som e awesome performers coming to the Library!
Ben Coppock, owner of ., demonstrates how to remove a fairing (a structure added to reduce drag) from a motorcycle in his company’s showroom. The second picture illustrates the view from the motorcycle rider’s vantage point. Â The custom fairings protect the rider from all types of weather. Â Notice the stereo system and speakers. Â Wide Open
Oswego resident, Pete Reynolds,Â snapped a photo of numerous airborne eagles taking up residence near the Horse Lake area east of Oswego.Â The photo and an accompanying story appear in the Spring 2010 edition ofÂ Southeast Kansas Magazine.Â This magazine is available for checkout at the Library.
Young Library patrons checking out the other fun things available at the Library. Pictured are Alex and Abigail Schmidt, son and daughter of Andrew and Crystal Schmidt. Also pictured are Levi and Linsey Dickerson, son and daughter of Ryan and Andrea Dickerson.
Teens interested in helping make book buying decisions and planning teen activites at the the library are invited to the Teen Advisory Group. The first meeting will be March 23, 2010 at 4pm. All middle and high school students are invited to join this event. If you are unbale to attend, but are interested, please
A Girl Named Zippy: Growing Up Small in Mooreland, Indiana – Haven Kimmel From Library Journal In this first book, Kimmel has written a love letter to her hometown of Mooreland, IN, a town with an unchanging population of 300 in America’s heartland. Nicknamed “Zippy” for her energetic interpretation of a circus monkey, she could
Â Â 1. Donâ€™t think you have room for a Garden? 2. Think your soil is not Seed worthy? 3. Outdoor gardening unrealistic Because of physical limitations? 4. Just love to garden? Â Square Foot Gardening Is For You!!! Â The Oswego Public Library With Angela & Carl Solomon Are Presenting on Saturday, May 30 At 2
2009 Kansas Reads begins January 29Â thru March 15,Â 2009.Â This aÂ statewide reading project sponsored by the Kansas Center for the Book. The book selected, The Virgin of Small Plains by Nancy Pickard, was chosen for its broad-based appeal that could encourage and sustain discussion.Â Â TheÂ Virign of Small PlainsÂ is also the Oswego Public Library Book Club selection
Â Â Synopsis Jeannette Walls grew up with parents whose ideals and stubborn nonconformity were both their curse and their salvation. Rex and Rose Mary Walls had four children. In the beginning, they lived like nomads, moving among Southwest desert towns, camping in the mountains. Rex was a charismatic, brilliant man who, when sober, captured his
Listed below are the top 10 books that are available at the Oswego Public Library for checkout.Â These books not only made our list, butÂ someÂ titles are also on the New York Bestsellers List and Bestsellers by Amazon.Â Read one and let us know what you think! 1. The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks 2. Brisinger
The Library underwent a massive make-over and remodeling project this year financed in part by a grant from the Southeast Kansas Library System. Almost every area of the building has been changed or reworked in some way. In the computer area, a new four-computer desk has been installed. The Young Adult area was completely moved