Janet Jeffries and her daughter Elizabeth Spencer, clad in red wool vests and indigo skirts from Moravian Wallachia, shared the history of Czech folk costumes and discussed its variations during Thursday's noon program at the North Platte Public Library.
Expanded hours at the North Platte Public Library begin Friday.
The presentation on Thursday will provide an overview of what redistricting is, how it works specifically in Nebraska and how to get involved to support transparent and fair redistricting.
The League of Women Voters of Nebraska will present “Meant to Represent,” an educational presentation on Redistricting in Nebraska on at noon …
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The next program in the North Platte Public Library’s noon series will be at noon on Aug. 26. Dianne Bystrom will present “A Century of Suffra…
The first sale will begin Monday and run through Aug. 27. It will feature hardback fiction.
The press release stated a lack of actors and shortage of time to write scripts as the reasons for the cancellation.
The North Platte Public Library, 120 W. Fourth St., is hosting another Humanities Nebraska speaker at noon Friday, according to a press release.
North Platte Public Library will begin its in-person summer reading program June 2, according to a press release.
Two North Platte Public Library retirements announced last month give the city a chance for a smooth leadership transition, the library’s long…
Earth Day is Thursday, but the children got an early start by singing “Happy Earth Day” to the tune of “Happy Birthday.”
The program will run from 9 a.m. to noon June 7-11. Registration deadline is May 3 and cost per student is $65. T-shirts are available for an additional $15.
Patrons may now stay in the library as long as they’d like during business hours. The library is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Starting Tuesday, North Platte Public Library will host in-person story time again at 120 W. Fourth St., according to a press release.
Normal city bus service will resume Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. For information, call the business office at 308-535-8560. To schedule a ride, call the dispatcher at 308-532-1370.
Throughout this month, the North Platte Public Library is selling wood and scrapbook-paper hearts, designed using the facility’s Creation Station laser cutter, for individuals to display at their homes.
Under the program, individuals can reserve items online at nppl.online/catalog or call the library at 308-535-8036 ext. 3310 to place items on hold. The order should be ready within 24 hours and a staff member will call when it is ready.
The press release stated that during the week of Dec. 28, an asymptomatic COVID-19 staff member was in close contact with the rest of the library staff.
All in-person library programming has been canceled through the end of the year. Online programming for preschool-age children is available on the library’s Facebook page.