Christmas Holiday Hours

The library will be closing at 5 pm Wednesday, December 23. We will remain closed Thursday-Sunday, reopening Monday December 28 at 1 pm. We wish you joy and peace this holiday season.

Toys For Tots

It's not too late!  But almost!  We will still be taking donations for Toys For Tots until tomorrow, Thursday, December 17.  There is a box by the children's librarian's desk as you come into the library.  Any unwrapped new toy is acceptable.  Gifts for children ages eight to ten and teens are usually needed most but toys for any age is appreciated.   Hurry to the store today or tomorrow and pick up something to make a boy or girl's Christmas a little brighter!  Bring it by Maud Marks before we close tomorrow at 6 pm.   Thanks you so much for your wonderful giving spirit this season and always.  Our patrons are the best!!

The Last Teen Time Of This Year

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It's the last Teen Time of the year this Thursday! And we're celebrating with video games. If you're a teen or tween then come hang out at Maud Marks Library this Thursday 12/17. We'll be set up to play some of our favorite Video Games on the big screen. The fun starts at 2:45 and won't stop until 5:00 PM.

Teen Time won't resume until January 7, 2016 so since this Thursday is the last Teen Time until the new year come play some video games and celebrate with us.

Ho Ho Ho! Come Visit Santa's Ranch!

This Friday, December 18th from 1 pm to 4:30 pm Maud Marks Library presents our famous annual Santa's Ranch. This year's live entertainment will include the Taylor High School Jazz Band and the Morton Ranch String Quartet. Ongoing activities include: Chez Rudolph Treats, Santa, Gingerbread House crafts, Santa’s Workshop Crafts, Reindeer Games and face painting. Don’t miss Santa’s Gift shop for great gift packs –already wrapped! So start your Christmas celebration early and swing by Santa's Ranch at Maud Marks Library!

Baking Cookies is a Stem Activitity

The Pre-school Explorers baked gingerbread men today. The mixing, rolling, baking, smelling and eating provided the kids with lots of learning experience. Use this holiday season to explore the changing season and expand young minds with more then just toys.