Storytime Party!

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For the past several weeks, we have focused on the elements of a good party: good food, good manners, decorations, dancing, and how to dress. Now it’s time to put those skills to work and throw a party! Friday, April 5th, 10 AM – 11 AM Bring a dish (if you can), and dress in whatever makes you feel the most like YOU! If you’d like to RSVP, leave feedback, … Read More

Storytime Party!

For the past several weeks, we have focused on the elements of a good party: good food, good manners, decorations, dancing, and how to dress. Now it’s time to put those skills to work and throw a party! Everyone is invited! Please bring your family and friends! Friday, April 5th, 10 AM – 11 AM Bring a dish (if you can), and dress in whatever makes you feel the most … Read More

HCPL on YouTube

Did you know your local library has a YouTube channel? All our videos are family-friendly and focus on Story Time, the Learning Depot, and arts and crafts projects. Please check it out here! https://www.youtube.com/@henrycountypubliclibrary-k781/videos

Story Time Will Return!

Please stay tuned: we’re currently looking to continue story time Fridays (10AM-11AM, ages 2 to 6) and we’ll post all about it as soon as we finish the schedule! Until then, checkout Miss Elizabeth and her best library buddies on YouTube!

Summer Reading Challenge Comes to a Close

HCPL has been thrilled to host another summer of reading challenges for all ages with fun swag for each step along the way. All summer, you’ve been trying out science experiments, making art, volunteering, donating time and energy and goods, and stopping by for a range of activities here at the library. (Oh, and you’ve been reading thousands of hours, too!) As July comes to a close, don’t forget to … Read More

Drop Your Drawers

It’s time to Drop Your Drawers at the library.  We will be taking donations of new in the package underwear for boys and girls sizes 4-16.  The underwear will be donated to our local family resource centers to support their mission of serving the families and students of Henry County. Our goal this year to provide each elementary school in the county with 250 pairs for a total donation of … Read More