Summer reading programs at Perry County District Library have come to a close, and it was a SUPER summer! With 1,420 participants of all ages, the libraries in Perry County were very busy with Super Readers! The “Every Hero Has a Story” theme was a hit! Approximately 3,083 visitors enjoyed 97 different programs held in June & July throughout the county at the six Perry County District Library locations.
Wed. July 8th was the last crafting event for the Adult Summer Reading Program! We had a great time painting and eating sweet treats! We hope to repeat this craft often! Our next craft, making outdoor drink holders, will be September 2nd. Please check our full calendar for more details about crafting programs and all other Perry County District Library programs.
Perry County Memories: Oral History Project
Adaptive toys are now available at your library.
Have you wanted to learn more about computers but you weren't sure where to start? Let the library show you how. We will be offering basic classes which cover: computer basics, internet basics, gadget basics, and much more. Individualized computer classes are also available; call the main library to learn more. Check the calendar for dates and times at your branch. Registration is required for these programs. You can register by calling the main library at 740-342-4194