is Ufford Hills Ag, with their Petting Zoo. Don’t miss the fun on Monday, June 26th at 1 pm.
Takes place behind the Library.
RBDigital is streamlining its patron interface, as of June 27th. For the first time in the industry, audiobooks, magazines, and eBooks will be available in one easy-to-use app. Other key features include:
– A significantly improved user experience
– App-based patron notifications to help with tech support and engagement
– Faster, easier search
– Exclusive content
RBDigital will be migrating the app and website at approximately 8 pm on June 26th. Unfortunately, patrons will likely experience downtime during the 14-hour migration period. The new app and website will be live by the morning of June 27th.
Our next Summer Reading Program entertainer is Jonathan May, Magician – appearing Monday, June 19th at 1 pm.
May’s magical comedy is great for all ages. A crowd favorite here at the VPL, you don’t want to miss this free show for the whole family.
Takes place in the Kozak Community Room. Arrive early for best seating!
this Friday, June 16th at 7 pm.
The Board of Trustees of the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library, the Foundation of the Vermillion Public Library, and the Friends of the Vermillion Public Library invite the community to a special session of our Books & Brews program on Friday, June 16th, from 7 – 9 pm. This season’s premier event is intended as a reveal of a number of wonderful technological upgrades to our library, generously supported by the Vermillion Public Library Foundation and Friends of the Vermillion Public Library. Participants will enjoy live music, light refreshments and beverages, and an engaging social evening while touring the Library facilities.
Adults 21 & up are welcome to attend.
Teens & Adults are invited to participate in a special reading challenge this summer – Reading Bingo!
Participants can post their name (with the accompanying sticky notes) on any of the squares that apply to their reading activity over the summer – read a book with over 500 pages, for instance? – and aim to make a bingo. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the Summer Reading Program; July 27th.
The Reading Bingo display can be found next to the elevator inside the main entrance.
The VPL’s Kick-Off for this year’s Summer Reading Program was a huge success thanks to all of you who participated, and the following presenters, supporters, and sponsors:
Dennis Steffen and the Vermillion Optimists Club
City of Vermillion Street Department
City of Vermillion City Planner Jose Dominguez and Utilities Planner Shane Griese
Daniel Peterson of the National Park Service
Sustainability presenter Susan Port
World Cultures presenters Julie Hellwege, Marina Sereda, Musheera Anis, Asli & Ali Dag
and our many volunteers:)
The Board of Trustees of the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library, the Foundation of the Vermillion Public Library, and the Friends of the Vermillion Public Library invite the community to a special session of our Books & Brews program on Friday, June 16th, from 7 – 9 pm. This special evening will feature a public unveiling of many recent technology upgrades and additions to the library. Enjoy live music and complimentary beverages and refreshments as we explore YOUR updated public library. Adults, aged 21 and up, are welcome to attend.
The Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library is located at 18 Church Street in Vermillion. For more information call the Library at 605-677-7060.
Readers of every age will be challenged to dream big this summer as the Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library presents “Build a Better World!” during their 2017 Summer Reading Program. Planned activities include coding, circuits, and LEGO robotics, creative building projects, health & wellness sessions, Chess Club, Origami Club, weekly entertainers and much, much more. The Summer Reading Program is open to young people, preschool through young-adult, with programs, prize drawings, Storytime sessions, reading clubs, and many other sessions.
Did you know that children consistently score higher in reading and math when they participate in summer reading programs? Use the summer season to bolster your child’s brain development, while having tons of fun – for FREE! Families are invited to join the Read-to-Me program; adults are encouraged to register, as well, for the adult reading program, all of which have prizes available.
Registration for all summer reading programs will begin on May 22nd, via the ‘Summer Reading Program’ link here on our website, and are free of charge. Libraries are for everyone.
For more information, call the library at 677.7060