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Monday, July 5, 2021

The Scott County Library System will be closed on Monday, July 5.

Illustrations of crayons and crayon box with words "reading colors your world"

Reading Colors Your World

Let reading Color Your World this summer during the 2021 Summer Reading Program! All ages are encouraged to sign up for this challenge. Be creative, try new things, explore art, and find beauty in your world through virtual (both live and pre-recorded) and outdoor events, guided reading lists, and monthly challenges. 

Design your own challenge and fit reading into your summer schedule. Complete a combination of reading, activities, and events to earn prizes! Any reader who finishes 15 days of reading, participating in activities, or attending events in June will receive a free book and [ Click Title for Full Article ]

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According to CDC guidelines, if you have not been vaccinated, please wear your mask. If FULLY vaccinated, masks are not required.

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.

All programs will continue to be virtual or outdoors. 

Limited computers are available for one hour sessions.

Notary and proctoring services and meeting rooms are suspended until further notice.

We encourage patrons to use sanitizer upon entry.

Since we haven't been able to have a booksale since October of 2019, we still cannot accept donations of materials.

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This is the logo for the Scott County Community Memory Project with the words Preserving and Collecting Scott County History

The Scott County Library System received a 2 year federal grant in 2019 to digitize Scott County history. The grant has multiple aspects. One is that individuals can bring family photos, diaries, letters, home movies and more to scheduled scanning days or special appointments. This is a great way to share old photos with the whole family and to save them for future generations. The second phase is a small number of oral history interviews will be conducted with a focus on life and changes in the rural areas and small towns of Scott County. Thirdly, the Scott County Library System has created a digital [ Click Title for Full Article ]