Author Wilma Quelle will be signing copies of her book
A Navajo History 1776-1996
Wednesday, January 24th from Noon-3p.m.
About the Author
In 1987, Nebraskans Wilma and Wilbur Quelle moved to the Navajo Reservation to an elementary teaching position. Wilma taught elementary grades and then special education. Curiosity about student’s tribal history brought a new challenge. True biographies of 200 years of tribal history stories appeared. A Navajo History was born.
Bear drop off: Friday, February 16th, 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Bear pick up: Saturday, February 17th, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Have you ever wondered about what happens at the library when it’s closed? We will share our secret world with your stuffed animal friend at our
Stuffed Animal Sleepover!
When you drop off your 2nd favorite Teddy bear or stuffed animal we will create a name tag for your stuffed animal. After tucking everyone in and saying goodnight, families will head home while their stuffed animal friends stay for a slumber party they won’t soon forget!
Children will come back Saturday to pick up their stuffed animals; commemorative booklets recounting the overnight adventures will be available on Wednesday, February 21st from 2-5:30 p.m.
Please speak with library staff or call 402-729-2843 to register your child and their special friend for a fun evening.
At home, in your car, anywhere you go, you can learn a new language! All you need is your library card!
Get more information on our website: fairburylibrary.org, or, stop by the library and staff will help you get started today learning a foreign language!