June 30, 2016

Neill Library CLOSED for Independence Day!

Neill Public Library will be closed on Monday, July 5, 2016 in observance of the Independence Day Holiday.  We will re-open at 10:00 am on Tuesday, July 5, 2016.


Materials will not be due on this date. For renewals and requests, please visit our on-line catalog at www.neill-lib.org

If you wish to return items, please use the book drop located outside the North entrance of the library.

June 29, 2016

Check Out These New Books in Youth Services!


The Goblin’s Puzzle

by Andrew S. Chilton

The adventures of a boy with no name, two girls named Alice and a goblin who holds all the answers.  


The Curse of the Chocolate Phoenix

by Kate Saunders

Lily and Caydon learn that in the wrong hands, chocolate can be very dangerous indeed!










The Turn of the Tide

by Rosanne Parry


After a devastating tsunami in Japan, cousins Jet and Kai spend the summer together in Astoria, Oregon, training for the Young’s Bay Treasure Island sailboat race.

June 25, 2016

Neill Library CLOSED for Network Infrastructure Improvements

Neill Public Library will be closed on Monday, June 27, 2016 for network infrastructure improvements.  Access to the library’s website, electronic databases, and downloadable books will not be available. No materials will be due when we are closed.

The library will re-open at its regular time, 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 28th, so come down and enjoy your library and one of our special summer reading programs!




June 24, 2016

Library Olympics at Reaney Park!


A fun time was had by all who attended the Library Olympics at Reaney Park yesterday. There were games for all ages including old-fashioned games like sack races, the egg on the spoon and badminton; as well as more modern athletic challenges like miniature golf, passing the football, shooting a basketball and the biggest challenge, the obstacle course.  At the end of the day, everyone was a winner! 



June 23, 2016

Fun and Games as the Summer Reading Program Continues...

Yesterday kicked off the Wednesday Club, for children who have just finished grades K-5. This fun program started with a monster session of FUN with Legos, where kids let loose their imaginations to build fantastic creations. The Wednesday Club will meet each week throughout the Summer Reading Program, from 1:30 - 2:30 pm, with different activities each week. The next Wednesday Club will be "All Things Dr. Seuss" with a performance by the Pullman Civic Theater.

Join us this afternoon in Reaney Park for the Library Olympic Games at 1:30 pm.  The games are open to all ages, and every child will win door prizes.  It looks like Mother Nature is going to smile on us today, so we recommend that you bring a hat, water bottle and sunscreen, and be prepared to have fun!