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Clearwater Public Library
109 E. Ross
Clearwater, KS 67026

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

620-584-6474

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Upcoming Events

Nov
23
Thu
2017
all-day Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving
Nov 23 – Nov 24 all-day
Closed in observance of Thanksgiving
Nov
27
Mon
2017
3:15 pm Holiday Shop
Holiday Shop
Nov 27 @ 3:15 pm – 7:15 pm
Books & Beyond will sell used books at the Clearwater PTO “All Wrapped Up Holiday Shoppe” and will wrap the books as gift at Customer Request.
Nov
28
Tue
2017
3:45 pm Lego Land
Lego Land
Nov 28 @ 3:45 pm – 4:15 pm
May 9th will be final Lego Land of the year.

Little Indians

Did you know that studies show that when youngsters interact with older adults it enables the youth to develop social networks, communication skills, problem-solving abilities, positive attitudes toward aging, a sense purpose and community service? Sign your youngster up for the Big Chiefs Little Indian program today. Contact Tina at the Library for application forms.

Last Big Read 2017 event

Immigration in Kansas Today

November 16th at 6:00PM at the Clearwater Pubic Library:
Since settlement in the 19th century, the story of Kansas has largely been a story of immigration.  This presentation explores how immigration today compares to immigration in the 1860’s, connecting the trends in the benefits and challenges that communities face when new people move in.  Looking at history, how can today’s Kansas towns and neighborhoods develop socially and ecologically resilient communities?  The social processes of integrating new cultures into our increasingly shared space will be examined, as well as the impact these changing demographics have on their natural environments.  Presented by Matthew Sanderson, associate professor of sociology at Kansas State University and this presentation is made possible by the Kansas Humanities Council.

 

 

Ralph

“If we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads.”  Ralph Waldo Emerson