As a result of the recent historic rain storms in our community, the Wellington Public Library has suffered extensive damage to our lower level community room and the children’s library. Thankfully, we’ve been able to save our books and materials – but there is much work to be done to bring our wonderful building back […]
This month’s display highlights some of the historic documents that are being scanned into ‘Digital Wellington.’ Following is an article which appears in the September/October issue of The Library Ledger. In 1899, the twenty dedicated young ladies of the Prentis Club started a public library for the citizens of Wellington on a few shelves in […]
Fall is almost here, school has started and the library’s programs are underway. In this issue of the Library Ledger you can read about the library’s programs and so much more. Click here to download the newsletter here.
Enjoy the lovely handstitched items in the display case for the month of August, created by Pam Phillips and Jo Plumb. You are also invited to join them on Thursday, Sept. 5th at 5:30 pm for Sit N Stitch Club. If you do any-kind of needle work (crochet, knitting, cross stitch, plastic canvas…etc.), Sit N […]
The Wellington Public Library, offers basic notary services as a courtesy. There is no charge and the hours of service vary daily. Persons seeking notary services should contact the library at 620.326.2011 prior to visiting to ensure a notary will be available. Library Notaries witness document signing or signing a sworn statement on a document. They […]
Monday, July 15 — Movie Matinee (Adult) (2p); Family Movie Mondays (6p) Tuesday, July 16 — The Bookies Book Group (5p) Wednesday, July 17 — Stories on the Lawn (age 0-5) (10a) Thursday, July 18 — Family Story Night (6-6:30p) Saturday, July 20 — GameKnights (1:30-3:30p) Click here for more details about our Summer Reading […]
Thank you to everyone who participated in the SciFi Writing Contest! Our winners are: 1st Place Adult – Pam Robinett 1st Place Youth – Claire Norris Each winner and participant receives a prize, which can be picked up Monday, July 8.