Northwest One
Neighborhood Library

Beat Club at Northwest One

Beat club returns to Northwest One to help us celebrate new extended Sunday Hours! Join us on Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2 p.m.Beat Club is a digital music workshop that gives participants the opportunity to create music together in a welcoming environment.

Stories from Great Britain

On Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 11 a.m., we shall be "visiting" Great Britain with stories, songs and treats.The stories shared will include "The Strawberries of the Little Men" and "The Teeny Tiny Woman."For children ages 3 - 8.

Beats by Dre - Headphone winner!

Keyana Yates

The Northwest One library is elated to announce that one of our readers, Keyana Yates, won Beats by Dre headphone for completing Summer Reading! Keyana happened to be our SYEP teen, so we were especially excited that she won.

Banned Books Week

Sept. 22-27

The reasons books are challenged or banned ranges from graphic sexual content to including depictions of "evil gods and black magic." From Harry Potter to 

"Dig Into Reading" Winners

Congratulations, Shaniah!Shaniah Newport is the winner of the children's reading program raffle prize, a Kindle Fire. Shaniah is 9 years old and enjoys reading Goosebumps right now. Her favorite place to read is in the library.

Summer Reading Wrap Up Party

You've done the reading.  Now it's time to do the partying.Come to the Northwest One Library to celebrate the end of summer reading on Thursday, Aug. 22 at 6 p.m.We will have reading certificates, reader recognition, games, prizes and a craft.

Blue Sky Puppet Theater

Come Thursday morning, July 31, at 11 a.m. for a lively puppet show which will help us "Dig Into Reading." This program is offered in conjunction with the Summer Reading program intended for ages 6-12.There is a summer reading program for every age.  If you haven't done so already, sign up for one at the library!

Something Wicked This Way Comes

Ushering in a new book club, online and at Northwest One!

There's something strange about the timing of this book. Someone at my library returned the graphic novel version of Fahrenheit 51, which I read in about an hour.

Tayvon Turner Helps Usher in Summer Reading

Library Poem

Tayvon Turner, one of our most loyal customers, wrote a poem to help the Northwest One Library usher in summer reading.

Storyteller Dr. Sharon Gaston

RESCHEDULED PROGRAM!Join us Thursday, July 11, at 1:30 p.m. in the afternoon for stories told by Dr. Sharon Gaston.She uses a variety of teaching styles to present stories with a focus on character education.For ages 4 and older.