July 02, 2015

NEILL PUBLIC LIBRARY CLOSED - Friday, July 3rd - Sunday, July 5th

Neill Public Library will be Closed Friday, July 3 thru Sunday, July 5, 2015 for Independence Day.


You can visit the library via our website at 
www.neill-lib.org 
where you can view the catalog, check out electronic resources, use the library databases, request an item and view your account. No materials will be due at this time, but if you wish to return materials you may do so using the book drop at the North entrance of the library. 



We will reopen at 1:00 p.m. on Monday, July 6, 2015.

July 01, 2015

Clowning Fun.......What's to Come?

It was a rollicking-funny-ha-ha-laughter filled time at Neill Library with professional clown Charles Kraus.  Not only did we laugh and giggle, we also got to watch him put on his clown make-up!




There’s more fun ahead next week at the library: 


Tuesday, July 7 at 10:30 OR 1:00 Knights of Veritas … see and learn all about 
                                                                          knights and medieval times.

Wednesday, July 8    1:00-2:00 Legos and More for children who just 
                                                     finished grades 3-5

Thursday, July 9       10:30-11:00  Storytime for young children with guest reader 
                                                         Mayor Glenn Johnson, the Voice of the 
                                                         Cougars
1:00-2:00   Trains, Legos and More for children who just
                     finished grades K-2
4:30-5:30   Chocolate Mania Program for teens 
                     ages 12-17 years






New items

If you want to see what new items have been added to the library's collections during the month of June take this link!  Many of the items are still being processed so it can take a while for them to be ready to be checked out, but go ahead and place a hold and you'll be notified when it's ready for you to pick up. Make sure we have a current email and postal address for you.

New downloadable items are added every month as well. Here's the link to Washington Anytime Library.

June 25, 2015

Pullman Police Officers Read at Neill Public Library

Chief Jenkins reads the Little Blue Truck

Miss Kathleen leads a song.


Officer Lambley reads her favorite, 
Martha Doesn't Say Sorry by Samantha Berger 

Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins and Pullman Officer Heidi Lambley entertained a crowd of children and families today. They read three of their favorite books and also talked about their jobs.  Kids asked lots of good questions and then headed out to enjoy sitting in a police squad car!  A fun, informative morning for all!


Chief Jenkins reads his favorite, Dr Seuss
Are You My Mother?

Children receiving stickers and pencils

Children sitting in the PPD Squad Car
with help from Officer Emerson
Tonight at 6:00 p.m. adults and teens are invited to a library program featuring journalist and comic book historian, T. Andrew Wahl. He will be giving a dynamic presentation on “Superhero America: The Comic Book Character as Historical Lens”.  

Be sure to make plans to join us next Tuesday, June 23 at 10:30 OR 1:00 when the library is hosting a “Clowning Fun” program for all ages!  Come early and get a good seat!

June 24, 2015

Reaney Park Fun!







Reaney Park was chock-full of kitty loving fans today!  Beloved book characters Pete the Cat and Skippyjon Jones were on hand for songs, games and pictures!  It was a meow-y fun time for all!

Be sure to join us at the library this Thursday at 10:30 a.m. when Pullman Police Officers will be reading to us at storytime.  They’re also bringing a squad car … you can sit it in and pretend you’re an officer too!

Then, at 6:00 p.m. adults and teens are invited to a library program featuring journalist and comic book historian, T. Andrew Wahl. He will be giving a dynamic presentation on “Superhero America: The Comic Book Character as Historical Lens”.