Start off the summer right by returning to the Upper Sandusky Community Library and signing up for the 2021 Tails & Tales Summer Reading Program! It begins June 1 and runs through July 31.
The places are set and the tea is hot, but what treat should you serve the guests at your tea party? Let the Upper Sandusky Community Library and Cheryl Lyon help you out in this month’s What’s Cookin’ recipe video.
Every kid’s favorite cooking program, Kids Can Cook, is mixing it up this month by combining two favorites: pizza and breakfast.
Miss Jill will be hosting a virtual Kids Can Cook program on Thursday, May 20, where she will demonstrate how to make pizza waffles. The video will debut at 6:00 p.m. on the Upper Sandusky Community Library Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Join the Common Readers Book Discussion Group this month to read a classic fantasy novel about adventure and rabbits.
Do you enjoy waking up to the sound of birds outside your window? Invite these feathered friends to linger in your yard for a while as they migrate along the Atlantic Seaway.
Stop by the Upper Sandusky Community Library beginning May 13 to pick up Miss Cheryl's Spring Into Migration Bird Feeder Pack. It has everything you need to make an all-natural birdfeeder - all you need to do is add the peanut butter! Kits available while supplies last.
The Upper Sandusky Community Library is holding a supply drive to support the Cards for Seniors program the entire month of May.
Due to the great community response to the Christmas and Valentine’s Cards for Seniors programs, the library is seeking donations to continue the program. If you have any extra unused greeting cards, scrapbook or construction paper, stickers, ink stamps, or ribbon, please bring them to the library to be used for the Cards for Seniors programs.
Get your family outside to stretch their legs and read a book at the same time with StoryWalk®.
Join in on the buzziest craft around with this month’s Crafternoon project, the Bee Happy Beehive.
The Ohio Governor's Imagination Library is celebrating it's one-year anniversary here in Wyandot County, and USCL Director Kathleen Whitt penned the following letter to recognize that milestone.
I am really excited that kids in Wyandot County have the opportunity to receive a free book in the mail every month. I know when I was a kid a new book was always a treat. And who doesn't love getting something fun in the mail?
Did you know that April is Financial Literacy Month? It's the time set aside to check your financial wellness and to learn and strengthen healthy financial habits.
Though it may sound like a scary subject, it's important to stay on top of things. Utility bills impact our financial wellness and household budgets.