The library will be closed this weekend, March 9-10. This was not an easy decision to make, but we will not have access to the Missouri Evergreen software, which affects just about everything we do!
Once the upgrade is complete, we will have a more powerful system to help you, and a system that will be more resistant to outages.
We apologize for any inconvenience. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Our monthly Family Night for our preschoolers will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 4, in the Draughon Room (lower level of the library).
Come follow the shamrocks to story time!
We will be reading the books Over the Rainbow and Green Shamrocks,
making leprechaun hats and pots of gold, and enjoying refreshments.
Come join us for a night of fun at the library!
The March Family night for kindergarten through third grade will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 11 in the Draughon Room (lower level of the library).
We will be reading the books Sausages and The Full Belly Bowl, making a bowl with clay, and enjoying refreshments.
Our Preschool Family Night for February will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, February 4, in the Draughon Room (lower level) of the library.
Come join us for Valentine fun at the library. We will be reading Mouse’s First Valentine and Plant a Kiss. We also be making Valentine crafts, reading flannel board stories, singing songs and enjoying refreshments!
Beginning January 15, 2019, the library has begun taking photographs for passport applications. The library is charging $10 per photograph taken.
Applicants for new passports can visit the library and have the photograph taken and printed while the application is being processed.
Even though the library is not allowed to process passport renewals, we will be happy to take your photographs for you.
The library will be closed on Monday, January 21, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
THE APPLICATION WINDOW FOR THIS POSITION HAS CLOSED.
Now hiring! We are looking to fill a shelver position. Night and weekend hours; 14-18 hours per week. Job requires lifiting, knowledge of computers, and ability to provided customer service. Knowledge of Dewey Decimal System and library organization required. Apply in person at the library if you are interested. Applications accepted through Friday, January 18, with an anticipated start date of late January/early February.
Family Night for kindergarten through third grade will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, January 14.
We will be reading Cock-a-Doodle-Do and Whopper Cake and making crafts you can eat!
This program has filled up fast, so contact us soon for one of the remaining spaces.
Reservations are required and can be made by filling out the form below, or by calling the library at 471-4140.
Come and cozy up at the library for a night of fun! Our January family night for preschoolers (ages 2-5) will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, January 7.
We will be reading Sneezy the Snowman and We’re Going on a Bear Hunt! We will be making a snowy bottle and a snowman craft, singing songs,flannel board stories and refreshments.
Space is limited, and reservations are required. Sign up using the form below or call us at 471-4140.
Sikeston Public Library, as a member of Missouri Libraries 2 Go (a consortium of Missouri public libraries), has digitized the concept of physical reading rooms by creating a specialized eReadingRoom of Always Available ebooks and audiobooks within their digital collection. With a library card, users of Missouri Libraries 2 Go member libraries can browse digital books sectioned off from the rest of the catalog with all searches filtered and dedicated to available items. Readers can find this on https://molib2go.overdrive.com/and on Libby,the award-winning one-tap reading app from OverDrive.
Missouri Libraries 2 Go’s digital collection offers thousands of ebooks and audiobooks in a variety of genres for all ages. The eReading Room concept was born from the existence of physical spaces in libraries that are designed specifically for browsing. Since then, eReading Rooms have expanded to highlight materials with certain themes or formats and for select age levels. Within Libby, eReading Rooms are called “guides” while the library’s website refers to them as “collections”.
Readers may browse Missouri Libraries 2 Go’s digita collection, instantly borrow titles and start reading or listening for free with a valid library card. This service is compatible with all major computers and devices, including iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ devices, Windows® tablets, and Kindle® [US libraries]. All titles will automatically expire at the end of the lending period and there are no late fees. Readers can also download titles onto Libby for offline use.
To explore the group’s eReading rooms of ebooks and audiobooks,visit https://molib2go.overdrive.com/ or download Libby today from Apple, Android andWindows app stores.
MissouriLibraries 2 Go is a consortium of public libraries in Missouri with similar interests and users that work together with OverDrive to create a shared collection that meets the needs of their users. Founded in 2009, this consortium consists of public libraries in Missouri that serve a population of less than 100,000 users. The group is managed and facilitated by Amigos Library Services, a non-profit, 501©3 member-based organization, serving libraries and library related associations and organizations.