With the addition of a rustic pine and tile coffee table, the Young Adult and Teen area of the library has been completed. Youth can socialize, play board games, read, study, use the gaming station, and browse new books and materials for their age group. The Teen area furniture was paid through the …
Jo Ellen Arnold (left) and Jessica Flory (right) from the Lyndon Extension Office presented Operation Military Kids to over 30 Children and Adults in the Overbrook Community Room. Children and youth became heros supporting our nation’s heros by writing letters and assembling care packages for service men and women.
For several months now the Overbrook Library has hosted Bunko (a social dice game) in the Community Room.Â Â Â Several dozen persons have enjoyed each other’s company and playing the game.Â Â The action takes place the third Tuesday of each month from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. If you are interested in playing, call …
The Overbrook Friends of the Library organization is collecting Best Choice product labels for its efforts to support fundraising for the Library. A large container is at the front desk at the Library for those persons wanting to make a contribution of their labels. If you have questions, contact Carol Baughman, Friends Chairperson, at 785-665-7180
The Overbrook Library has acquired a new piece of computer technology:Â a computer station dedicated to accessing the regional shared catalog.Â Patrons can search the catalog, access their account, place hold requests, change their password, or any of a dozen different functions.Â Â Â The station is currently located in the New Books Shelving area and …
Â The PlayStation 3 gaming console in the Young Adult section of the Overbrook Library is proving to be very popular since its installation at the end of June.Â In July the average number of teens visiting the library on a daily basis increased by 40% .Â Â The PS3 console andÂ accessories were paid for by …