Clearwater Public Library
109 E. Ross
Clearwater, KS 67026

Tuesday: 10 - 7
Wednesday: 10 - 5
Thursday: 10 -7
Friday: 10 -5
Saturday: 10 -2
Sunday: Closed
Monday: Closed


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Upcoming Events

10:30 am Seniors read Story Time
Seniors read Story Time
Jul 24 @ 10:30 am – 11:00 am
Senior Citizens from the Clearwater Assisted Living will come to the Library to read to youth (PreK – 1st graders) and Books and Beyond will help with crafts afterward.
11:00 am Crafts
Jul 24 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am
PreK – 1st grade Make take home crafts

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The Clearwater Public Library has received lots of new books and some new DVD’s for children, young adults and adults.  Both fiction and non-fiction.  I would encourage you to come see what new items we have or look on our catalogue here on the Web site.

Children are encouraged to attend our weekly Story Time or weekly Lego Land at the Library.  Reminder that on March 2nd at 7:40AM there will be a meeting at the Middle School Theatre to begin a Teen club at the Clearwater Public Library.  Something for everyone here.

The Clearwater Public Library welcomes everyone in to see all the materials, new and old, that the Library has to offer.  Check out books, graphic novels, DVD’s or use a computer.  Check our Facebook page as well.

Clearwater Public Library – Check Us Out!

Libraries are not only for books

Libraries offer free internet access, essential for those who cannot afford internet at home.  Libraries are a lifeline for the unemployed – provide internet access, books, newspapers for job hunting and entertainment to stave off boredom.  Low income people need libraries for the free access to books, entertainment, information and the internet.  Literacy is boosted by libraries, illiteracy by closing or ignoring them.

Interesting Tidbit

Since President’s day is coming up I thought you might be interested in a little known fact about Presidential Libraries.  There are 643 hours of recorded telephone conversations that the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum has in their collection.  The conversation topics range from the assassination of JFK to dealing with the USSR.