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Sulphur Springs Library Not Finished With Summer Yet!
Aug14

Sulphur Springs Library Not Finished With Summer Yet!

The Summer Reading Program may have ended, but the Sulphur Springs Public Library is not finished with summer just yet! If you remember going to the library when you were a child to listen to stories, pass those wonderful memories to a new generation! Take your children to the library. Elizabeth Ellis will be there Tomorrow morning at 10am! Elizabeth Ellis grew up in the Appalachian Mountains hearing stories from her Grandfather, a...

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Library Presents Award Winning Storyteller
Aug03

Library Presents Award Winning Storyteller

Hope Cain, Librarian at Sulphur Springs Public Library, says the Summer Reading Program may have ended, but the Sulphur Springs Public Library is not finished with summer yet! She said, “If you remember going to the library when you were a child to listen to stories, pass those memories to a new generation… bring a kid to the library!”  Elizabeth Ellis will be at the library Saturday morning August 15 at 10am! Elizabeth...

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Herotown Evening Concludes Public Library Summer Reading Program
Jul31

Herotown Evening Concludes Public Library Summer Reading Program

The Sulphur Springs Public Library Summer Reading Program ended in a big way Thursday evening with a community reading event called Herotown.  KSST’s Enola Gay read a children’s book about Orson Welles War of the Worlds broadcast. One of the incredible Karaoke moments was provided by three year old Aubrey Wetzel who sang Let It Go from Frozen. Paramedic and Shift Captain Jeff Sanderson was at the event with an...

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SULPHUR SPRINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY TO THE RESCUE!!
Jun19

SULPHUR SPRINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY TO THE RESCUE!!

Research is clear that children who don’t read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress and that loss has a cumulative long-term effect.  Sustained summer learning opportunities lead to higher graduation rates, better preparation for college, and positive effects on children’s self-esteem, confidence, and motivation. SULPHUR SPRINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY TO THE RESCUE!!   The Summer Reading Program theme...

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Summer Reading Program Has Begun!
Jun01

Summer Reading Program Has Begun!

The Summer Reading Program has begun! It opens with a Petting Zoo this Thursday June 4 from 5-7pm on the parking lot, free to the public. Through June and July, children through teens can keep a reading journal and be eligible for prizes! Based on the theme “Every Superhero has a Story”, this summer’s Storytime will be held in two weekly sessions, and will offer crafts portions where youngsters can construct their...

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Public Library Announces Children’s Summer Reading Program
May29

Public Library Announces Children’s Summer Reading Program

Hope Cain, librarian, announces the Summer Reading Program for the Sulphur Springs Public Library. Every Monday in June and July is “It’s your Mission Monday” Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to check out a book from the library! Each child that checks out a book with his own card gets to choose a prize in our treasure chest! Each Tuesday and Thursday offer Storytime! To better serve our community we are offering our...

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Spring at the Sulphur Springs Public Library… by Hope Cain
May01

Spring at the Sulphur Springs Public Library… by Hope Cain

Spring is an exciting time for us at Sulphur Springs Public Library.  Winners of many book awards come out and we look forward to which books will win these prestigious awards.  I wanted to share some of the kids and young adult selections with you. Texas Bluebonnet Book Award for 2015 is The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. Coretta Scott King (author) Book Award for Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson Caldecott Award The...

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Summer Reading Program at the Public Library
Apr17

Summer Reading Program at the Public Library

Summer Reading Program at the Sulphur Springs Public Library is an answer to the summer slide, a time when children do not keep up their reading skills, according to Librarian Hope Cain. Cain said is to read for fun in the summer is a great way to help children to be prepared for the start of school in August. Everyone likes something, she said. Some like to read about animals, some about cars, some like mysteries, some non-fiction,...

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New Opportunities at the Sulphur Springs Public Library
Mar11

New Opportunities at the Sulphur Springs Public Library

Hope Cain, the Librarian at the Sulphur Springs Public Library, wants you to know about a variety of services offered to the public by the library. A Spanish Language section has been established at the local library. Cain said that she wants the Spanish language community to let her know what they desire to have included in the collection. Are you preparing to take the Texas Driver’s Permit test?  Why not practice before the big day?...

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“Updated with Video” Teens and the Library
Jan06

“Updated with Video” Teens and the Library

Local teens will have the opportunity to interact with an author that writes books for young people at the Sulphur Springs Public Library later this week.  New York Times best-selling teen and youth author Colleen Houck will discuss her popular Tiger’s Curse series and more by Skype during Meet Me At The Stacks at the Sulphur Springs Public Library this Thursday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Everyone is invited. There will be pizza and...

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