Nesbitt Memorial Library

Director's Message

Library News

Dear Friends,

Join us for our Summer Reading Program "Tails and Tales" June 1 through July 26.
Readers of all ages will explore the animal kingdom this summer as Nesbitt Memorial Library presents “Tails and Tales” during their summer library program. Reading programs are available for children 3 to 13, teens 13-18, and adults. Programs include a storytime with local celebrity readers, family movies, science and engineering experiments (registration required), adult book discussions, and two special programs for all ages by Austin Arachnological Services and Austin Reptile Service.

The goal of the summer library program is to encourage the children of our community to read for pleasure during the summer and to retain their reading skills. The 2021 Summer Reading Program will have a bucket drawing for participants in the reading club, and more. Registration for “Tails and Tales” begins on Tuesday, June 1 and continues through July 16. For more information, call the library at 979 732-3392 or visit our website, www.columbustexaslibrary.net.

Come by the library to pick up a copy of our calendar of activities for all ages including:

Beginning Microsoft Excel Class on June 1 at 4pm
Intermediate Microsoft Excel Class on June 15 at 4pm
Call 979 732-3392 to reserve a seat. Space is limited.

STEM Programs by Olga Beishir in partnership with Colorado County 4-H on Wednesdays at 2:30pm
for children ages 5 to 12.
June 2, 9 and 16--Squishy Circuits and Static Electricity
Programs repeated due to limited space. Call 979 732-3392 to reserve a seat.
Parent must stay during program.

Austin Arachnological Services on Monday, June 7 at 10am. Learn about spiders and related animals such as scorpions, pseudoscorpions, and harvestmen, collectively called arachnids.

NML Book Discussion on Thurs, June 10 at the library, Discussion of "Things You Would Know if You Grew Up Around Here" by Nancy Wayne Dinan will be by Marsha Priesmeyer.

A nonfiction discussion of "What Unites Us by Dan Rather and Elliot Kirschner" will be held at Hound Song Brewing Co. on Thurs, June 17 at 5pm. Discussion leader is Leah King.

Learn about a variety of reptiles from Austin Reptile Service on Mon, June 28 at 10am.

NML YA for Adults Book Club meets on Tues, June 27 at 5pm. Jessica Commanda leads discussion of "The Cousins" by Karen M. McManus.

I hope to see you at the library!

Susan Chandler
Director
Nesbitt Memorial Library