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ookbooks ($10) for sale! As of this writing there are only 106 left. Lots of wonderful cooks in this city and over 300 recipes to try out. Might want to get yours before Chrisman Days! And speaking of Chrisman Days, don’t forget that the Used Book Sale will be going on Friday, September 9 from…

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Cookbooks are in! We received them last week and they are selling like hotcakes! Thus far we have sold over 80! And, we’re not going to lie, these cookbooks are amazing! There are over 108 pages of recipes and helpful hints! Each section’s recipes are in alphabetical order and there is an index of contributors…

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Where is the summer going to? Not sure how you all feel, but time seems to be flying quicker and quicker. The summer reading program is half over, the Sesquicentennial is in about 6 weeks and a summer program with Douglas Hart is less than 2 weeks away. The Library has received requests from patrons/friends…

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Chrisman Library Board holds July meeting

The Chrisman Public Library Board held their monthly meeting on July 14, 2022. Statistics for June 2022 included 390 items loaned to patrons, 306 items loaned to other libraries, 105 items borrowed from other libraries, 103 new items cataloged, 21 electronic books and 4 internet user sessions. The board started the meeting by welcoming new…

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Since the beginning of the summer reading program “Read Beyond the Beaten Path”, which started June 13, 2022, more than 100 books have been read by our Chrisman Library children! And we keep getting new readers! We now have 20 readers and those children are in the Library checking out more books all the time,…

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Chrisman Library News

The kid’s summer reading program is going great. We have had a lot of young readers in here checking out books and writing their book reviews. I’m not sure they believe me, but it is interesting to see what they think about the stories. It is not too late for more kids to join the…

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Chrisman Library News

The “Read Beyond the Beaten Path” summer reading program has begun! So far almost 30 books have been written about and 7 ice creams have been given. It’s only been a week and there is still lots of time to read! Hopefully the books are being read because of the love of reading and not…

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We’ve had a nice start to our kids’ summer reading program. Brena from Forest Glen was here and brought lots of furs, bugs, and skulls to show the kids. She loves her work and the little girls gathered around her and bombarded her with questions about the wonderful bugs that she brought with her. I…

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Chrisman Public Library hosts Forest Glen Program

On Thursday, June 16th, the Chrisman Public Library hosted the first of two programs for the summer. This program was put on by Forest Glen Preserve Conservationist Brenna. The program began by Brenna reading the story ‘In the Pond’. After the story, those children in attendance were shown pelts from animals that are around the…

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Chrisman Library Begins Summer Reading Program

The Chrisman Public Library has started their Summer Reading Program entitled “Read Beyond the Beaten Path”. Children will check out books and need to complete a short form to be eligible for a free ice cream/drink and to enter the raffle for a $25 gift card to Barnes and Noble. If the child, in the…

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