OUR PROGRAMMING HAS BEEN PLACED ON HOLD UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE THREAT OF COVID-19. WE APOLOGIZE AND LOOK FORWARD TO BEING ABLE TO OFFER THESE SERVICES ONCE AGAIN.
Here at the Bonne Terre Memorial Library, we believe in providing a fun, family friendly atmosphere for people of all ages. There is something for everyone.
For more information on any of our programs, ask for Ms. Beverly, Peggy, or Rachel. You can also visit our Facebook page at:
The Preschool program is every Monday morning from 10:30 to 11:30 am. Activities include reading a book and doing a craft, sometimes even basic cooking lessons. A snack is provided as well. The program is available to any and all preschool children. For more information ask for Rachel.
Lego Club: Come one, Come all! Who doesn’t like to build with Legos? Every Monday from 4:00 – 5:00 pm. Some days we have a large group and other days a small group of two or three. Once a year we have a Lego contest. All entries must be created here in the library.
The Teen Program meets weekly on Wednesday from 4:00 – 5:30. Everyone in 7th grade or above is welcome. Each week we start off with snacks, drinks and a little time for socializing. We discuss what new book or other material we may have read, as well as any new craft or art project we might like to work on. The group will finish up by working on their current project. We also head to our little kitchen area occasionally to cook up something good to eat. To learn more ask for Peggy.
Adult Vintage art
Adult Vintage craft and art class
Our vintage art and mixed media class is a wonderful way to meet new friends.
Learning about what Mixed Media is.
Repurposing old whiskey bottles into art.
Making a mixed media journal.
Reusing old jewelry.
Classes are Thurs. from 3-4 each week
For more information ask for Ms. Beverly.
after School program
The After School Program runs every Thursday. It starts at 4:30 and runs until 5:30. It is open to all children ages 5 through 12. In this program, children get to read a story, do a craft and get a snack. For more information ask for Rachel.