Science

Science in Our Backyard

See how people use science every day to make our world a better place. Join us for a science series at the Ronning Branch on Tuesday evenings. This series is recommended for teens and adults.

July 22 at 7 p.m. – Pam VanZee from Earth Resources Observation Science Center (EROS) will lift the veil on what satellite data is used for and by whom.


Lock-In

Youth Lock-In

Do you ever wonder what the library is like after everyone leaves? Come to the Lock-In and find out on Friday, August 1. Come for activities, games, food and prizes. For grades 6-12.


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Go Figure

Go Figure!

Explore early math concepts in a colorful and familiar world of children's books – Go Figure! This traveling exhibit opens Tuesday, July 1, and is on display at the Brandon Community Library for the month of July. Call 605-582-2390 for details.


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quilts

Traveling Quilt Exhibit

Celebrate Children’s Books Traveling Quilts by Muriel Feldshuh of Brooklyn, NY. Feldshuh quilted squares collected from noted children's authors and illustrators. The seven quilts are displayed at the Main Library from July 1 to September 30.


T-shirts

Geek T-shirts

The Geek the Library campaign is in full swing. We love hearing about the things you “geek”! How would you like to help us spread the “geek” love? We are selling “What do you geek?” T-shirts at the Main Branch. Cost is $12. Supplies are limited. Call 367-8700 for more information.


Go digital

Lighten your load!

Save space in your beach bag or suitcase this summer. Download ebooks, digital magazines, movies and music from Siouxland Libraries to your tablet or smartphone.

Call any Siouxland Libraries branch for more information.


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News Releases

Shadow Puppet Show at Siouxland Libraries

Seven Blind Mice and other stories for three year olds and up will be presented with shadow puppets by Siouxland Libraries Youth Services staff, July 11–24, 2014…

Posted 07/09/2014 in Siouxland Libraries - A City/County Partnership

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