Over 20 vendors with crafts, art, homemade items, food, candy, and more. Show is open to the public from 9:00am to 7:00pm on TH & FR then until 3:00pm on SA.
Come see what your local vendors have!
Infographics: Library Numbers Tell Our Story
Donald W Reynolds Community Center and Library, proudly serving the entire Bryan county community.
72 adult programs. 798 adults participated in our adult programs, including computer, fitness, and cooking classes.
145 story time programs. 1,520 children participated in after-school story time programs during the school year.
population: 47,995. 113,831 patrons visited the library and used its resources.
The Donald W Reynolds Community Center and Library is bringing the library home to kids. COVID hours: Monday through Friday 9 to 6 and Saturday 10 to 2. Free kids meals from 4 to 6.
1,501 take home story time bags provided June through October.
1,639 free meals to-go June through October.
Build a Healthy Snack Family Challenge
Each family will receive a Healthy & Homemade Cookbook when you complete these three steps by the deadline of Friday, July 24th.
- Together as a family view the YOUTUBE video
Virtual SE District 4-H FCS Skills Days -Fruit & Veggie Art
- As a family create the Caterpillars, Butterflies and Snails healthy snacks as shown on the YOUTUBE video. We have also included the recipe.
- Send a photo of your family creating these healthy snacks by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, contact Tommie M. James, Family & Consumer Science & 4-H Extension Educator, Bryan County OSU Extension Service at (580) 924-5312 or send message to the e-mail listed above.
Funded by: 4-H Healthy Habits Grant
Oklahoma State University, as an equal opportunity employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. Oklahoma State University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all individuals and does not discriminate based on race, religion, age, sex, color, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, or veteran status with regard to employment, educational programs and activities, and/or admissions. For more information, visit the OSU’s Equal Opportunities Services.
Summer Reading Program
Last week is July 20-24.
We have “take away” bags for the kids this summer to help keep them busy and you sane!
Due to the overwhelming demand for these bags we are limiting the number to 100 bags each week and highly suggest you come on Mondays to pick up your bag as they popular!
We will post on FB when the bags are gone for the week.
Come by the library’s west entrance in June and July to pick up a bag of crafts and goodies each week for your child. They will be allowed ONE “basic” bag with crafting supplies like scissors, markers, crayons, glue and such. Then each week there will be a different themed bag. There will be displays inside the library with books and movies that go along with this summer’s theme, “Imagine Your Story” a fantasy theme.
The bags will have a reading log for you to fill out but there will be no competition this summer as we are focusing on keeping everyone busy reading and engaged. We are working on more coupons and goodies to fill the weekly bags.