Princeton Lois Nelson Public Library – National Library Week

National Library Week
April 7 – 13, 2019

Join us as we celebrate the many ways libraries build strong communities by providing critical resources, programs, expertise and public spaces where people of all backgrounds can come together to create, discover and connect!

Ways to Celebrate National Library Week:

  1. Visit your library.

Head to your public, school or academic library during National Library Week to see what’s new and take part in the celebration.  Libraries across the country are participating.

  1. Show your support for libraries on social media.

Help spread the word about National Library Week and your local library.

  1. Book Sales.

Stop by Lois Nelson Public Library to shop donated books and movies for adults and children.  Every books are 25 cents.  All proceeds from the book sale fund things such as the children’s Summer Reading Program, audiobooks, books, DVDs, supplies, and equipment not covered by city and county library budgets.

  1. Come and have some Fun at Story Time.

Every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m.  Free for children of all ages and their caregivers. Come and join us for craft, music and story time.  On Wednesday, April 24th, story time will have a guest reader Michelle Day. She is the City of Princeton Environmental Education Coordinator and she will be reading regarding

“Earth Day”.

  1. “Pete the Cat” Special Story Time.

Thursday, April 11th at 6:30 p.m. Lois Nelson Public Library will be hosting a special story time in the evening.  Come enjoy free food, crafts, music, story time and giveaways.

All library programs are offered free of charge.

323 McKinney Ave., Princeton, Texas 75407, 972-736-3741,  [email protected]