Clinton History Talks!

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Summer reading 2014!

Please come join us for any of our great programs this summer!


June 11-Piano Music for children with Mr. Jeff Klingfuss
Wednesday, June 11 10:00 a.m.

Story Time based on Dr. Suess’ Bartholomew and the Oobleck, and then make your own Oobleck. We will also do a variety of other fun science experiments.
Friday, June 13 10:00 a.m.

Snakes and Reptiles by Percy King
Wednesday, June 18 1:00 p.m.

We will do a variety of fun science experiments! Be ready to make a mess!
Friday, June 20 10:00 a.m.

June 25- Fire Safety and Fire Truck from the Clinton Fire Department
Wednesday, June 25 10:00 a.m.

The Jackson Zoo brings the Zoo mobile
Friday, June 27 10:00 a.m.

Sammy the Soil and Mrs. Lynn Porter from the Soil Conservation Office
July 2 10:00 a.m.

The Mississippi Museum of Science comes to do a “creature feature.” There will be a variety of animals. Wednesday, July 9 10:00 a.m.

July 11-Summer reading pizza party for kids. We will do lots of fun, messy science experiments!
Friday, July 11 11:00 a.m.


We will be a bunch of mad scientists and experiment with lots of different household items. Wear old clothes!
Thursday, June 12 4:00 p.m.

Flashback to the ‘80’s! We’ll watch the original teen comedy “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
Thursday, June 19 4:00 p.m.

Come prove you are the best at our Wii U tournament! We will be playing Mario Kart 8.
Thursday, June 26 4:00 p.m.

We will be a bunch of mad scientists and experiment with lots of different household items. Wear old clothes!
July 3 12:00 p.m.

Summer reading party for teens. We will tie-dye tshirts using Sharpie markers (please bring your own shirt), and make ice cream.
July 10 4:00 p.m.

Just for Adults

Gaming for Grown-ups-Come see what the new Wii U is all about.
Thursday, June 12 6 p.m.

Craft time-We’ll make a variety of crafts using Altoid tins (please bring your own tin if you have it). Thursday, June 19 6 p.m.

Local author J.L. Mulvihill comes for an exciting program about steampunk, costumes, and the World of YA.
Saturday, June 28 2 p.m.

Gaming for Grown-ups-Come see what the new Wii U is all about.
Thursday, July 3 6 p.m.

St. Dominic’s New Directions will come and do a variety of health screenings for adults for free.
Tuesday, July 8 1-3 p.m.

Be sure to enter our adult summer reading drawing! Sign up for our summer reading program to get entered into the drawing for a gift basket. Each book you read over the summer earns you an extra chance to win!

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Clifford the Big Red Dog comes to the Quisenberry Library!

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Clifford the Big Red Dog came to the Quisenberry Library today for a special storytime.  Clifford took pictures with everyone, danced to some music, and listened to some stories!

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Steampunk Saturday!

January 12, 2013 at 2 pm at the Quisenberry Library

Local Author J.L. Mulvihill will come join us for a discussion about this fascinating genre, and her own work.   We will also create Steampunk- inspired top hats.

Interested in finding out more about Steampunk?  Check out these videos:

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Happy Halloween from the Quisenberry Library! All kids, please come join us on Tuesday, October 30th from 5:00-6:30 for our Fall Festival! There will be lots of candy and prizes! Please wear your costume…we will be wearing ours!

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Clinton Fire Department Visits the Library!

Everyone wanted to know where the fire was at the library this morning.  Everything was great, because the Clinton Fire Department came to the library to do a program on fire safety.

The kids learned about what to do in a fire, how to call 911, and what to do with matches if they find them.

The highlight for most of them was getting to climb on the newest fire truck in the Clinton FPD.

And everyone LOVED getting to shoot the fire hose!

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Officer Archie Hodge comes to the Quisenberry

Officer Archie Hodge came to the Quisenberry Library this morning to teach kids about gun safety and about abstaining from drugs and alcohol.

He told all the kids if they ever find a gun to “stop, don’t touch, and tell an adult.”  When it comes to drugs and alcohol, they talked about ways to avoid them, and how it is good to stand up for the right reasons. 

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Even the animals like the library!

As soon as the weather started warming up, we started getting lots of visitors at the library.  I thought everyone might enjoy the pictures.  If you are at the library and get a good picture of an animal, please send it in! I am working on a project for the kids department.

Family of geese

Family of geese


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Teen program starting at the library

The Quisenberry Library is starting a teen program this summer and everyone 12-19 is invited to attend.  We are just starting this program and have tried to come up with a variety of activities that hopefully everyone will enjoy.  If you have any suggestions, please leave a comment with your ideas!  If people are interested, we will continue these activities in the fall.
Upcoming activities:

All begin at 4 pm.

June 19-Anime Film Festival-A film by the anime giant Miyazaki.

June 26-Local artist Bob Dunaway comes to do a drawing workshop

July 3-Quisenberry Writing Club.  This will be a first meeting, and we will talk about creative writing and how to write your own stories.

July 10-Quisenberry Writing Club. We will go through a series of fun activities to practice writing your own stories.

July 17-Summer Reading Wrap Party!  Refreshments will be served.


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Snake Man comes to visit!

The Snake Man draws a crowd!




Daffodil, one of the stars of the show.


The leopard tortoise was a big hit.


A very laid back alligator


Daffodil surveys the crowd


The snake got everyone stirred up!

Thank you again Mr. King!

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