Thank You to Our Recent Donors!
 
Month of
October 2020
 

Ozark Presbyterian Church

 
Visit the New Library Building Project page for a complete list of previous donors!

 Welcome to the Children's Library!

 

Children are our future. The Ozark Dale County Library, Inc. strives to nurture and empower all youth ages birth through 18 years by inspiring a love of reading; sparking curiosity and joy of discovery; and providing access to information, knowledge, and ideas. We support our children through creative play, storytelling, crafts, movie presentations, and book discussions. 

                       

                         

Kids' Corner Newsletter

Summer Reading Program

Spring Break Program

Student Center

Links for Kids

 Pokemon

 

               

Visit our Facebook page for the latest photos from our programs!  

facebook.com/ozarklibrary


 

Lego & Hot Wheels Club

1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 4pm

 Ages 5+

 **Cancelled until further notice**

"Everything is Awesome!" when you're having fun at Lego Club! Now, you can have even more fun with Hot Wheels, too! If you love to build and create with Legos or build amazing tracks for your Hot Wheels, then Lego & Hot Wheels Club is just for you!

 


 


 Art Club

2nd Saturday at 10:30am

Ages 5-12

Art Club resumes October 10th!

 Join us at the Library for lessons on a variety of art & drawing techniques from Mrs. Donna Tharp!

 


Pokemon League at Home

Saturdays 1pm-4pm

Visit the Pokemon page to learn more about the NEW Pokemon League at Home!

Pokémon players of all ages and skill levels are invited to join us virtually to battle and trade with your friends in this exciting trading card game or video game!

Click here for more information!

Popcorn & a Movie:

Trolls Pajama Party!

Saturday, February 13that 12:45pm

Movie begins at 1pm

 West Wing with social distancing - Limited to 20 attendees - Call 774-5480 to register.

Join us for a pajama party! Wear your favorite pajamas and bring a blanket! We'll watch a fun, family-friendly new movie release while enjoying freshly popped popcorn & ice cold drinks!

Trolls: World Tour

Rated: PG

Running Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Poppy and Branch discover that there are six different troll tribes scattered over six different lands. Each tribe is also devoted to six different kinds of music -- funk, country, techno, classical, pop and rock. When rockers Queen Barb and King Thrash set out to destroy the other music, Poppy and Branch embark on a daring mission to unite the trolls and save the diverse melodies from becoming extinct.y.

 

Upcoming Movies:

3/13: Scoob!

4/10: The Secret Garden

Story Time

 Thursdays, 10:30am & 4:00pm

West Wing with social distancing

We’re excited to announce we are now hosting a weekly Story Time, with limited seating, on Thursdays  in the Library’s West Wing!

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

Please register no later than the Tuesday before to guarantee your spot by phone or email!

 First come, first serve, with limited supplies, for all non-registrants.

 

 


Tail Waggin' Tutors

3rd Thursdays at 10:30am & 4:00pm

 **Cancelled until further notice**

Tail Waggin' Tutors allows reluctant readers to enjoy reading in a relaxed, judgement free, and "dog-friendly" atmosphere! Children pick out a book and pair up with a dog to read aloud to without the added stress or pressure of being judged!

 

 

 


  Special Events & Contests



 

 

Youth T-Shirt Design Contest Shirts Are Now Available to Purchase!

 

Children's shirts are $10 for sizes small, medium, and large.

Adults' shirts are $15 for sizes small, medium, large, extra large, and extra extra large. 

 

Cash and Checks Only - Checks can be made out to "Ozark Dale County Library". 

 

All proceeds support the building of the new Library!

 


 

The Ozark Dale County Library welcomes all individuals ages 13 and older to volunteer their time at the Library! We are always in need of good workers to help out!! 

 

The Library is in need of vibrant volunteers to help out during programs held throughout the year, including the annual Summer Reading Program. Jobs needed to be done include keeping the children quiet during the programs, helping with setup, assisting the children with crafts, participating in puppet songs, etc.

 

If you are interested, please print a Volunteer Application or visit the Library today to pick up an application.