Dial A Story- June 20-27

Winston County Library
Dial-A-Story
662-773-3566
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June 20- June 27
Children can call Dial-A-Story 24 hours a day and listen to a new story each week. Dial-A-Story is made possible by funding from Mid-Miss Regional Library System.

First Apostolic Church of Louisville VBS 2017- June 19-23


Red, White & Blue Parade And Fireworks Display--July 3

LET’S THANK GOD FOR OUR FREEDOM, CELEBRATE OUR FREEDOM, HONOR AND THANK OUR VETERANS FOR OUR FREEDOM,  AND HAVE A GREAT TIME!!!!

The Annual 4th of July Children’s Red, White and Blue Parade will be held on Monday, July 3rd at 6:30 p.m. Children under the age of 12 are invited to decorate their “rides” in red white and blue and are encouraged to invite a veteran to join them in the parade. Children are asked to begin lining up on South Court Street beside Greg Rogers office from 6:00 p.m. until parade time.

After the parade the Louisville Lions Club will have hot dogs and drinks for the kids in front of Winston Furniture.

The Fireworks Display will follow at 9:00 p.m. at Lake Tiak-O’Khata, where they will have a buffet and menu food for your enjoyment. Mark Goldbeck will be providing entertainment until fireworks begin. He will be under the pavilion in front of the restaurant.

Pond Management Workshop- June 23

A Pond Management Workshop will be held at the farm of Ashley and Quay Eaves, 455 Vance Street, Louisville, MS (Across from the Extension Office) on Friday, June 23, 2017 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Speaker will be Bill Maily, Extension Associate III (Fisheries) Central Mississippi Research and Extension Center. Topics to be discussed will include stocking, harvest practices, weed control and a hands-on population evaluation. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs!

LFD Host Annual Fire Academy-June 30th,July 1,7 & 8

The Louisville Fire Department will have their annual Fire Academy for Kids Camp on June 30th, July 1, July 7th, and July 8th. There is only enough room for 35 kids from ages 7-12. Registration forms can be picked up at City Hall. When you have completed the form, please turn it in to Chief Haynes or Detrick Sanders.
The deadline for registrations forms will be June 15. The registration fee will be $14 it will cover the cost of the t-shirt they will be given.Class will run from 8 am til 12 each day until 1 p.m. on Saturday. For more information, please contact Detrick Sanders at the LFD at 662-773-9402.

Check it Out At The Library-June 2017

  Check It Out At The Winston County Library!
JUNE 2017

The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:

Amanda Quick – The Girl Who Knew Too Much
Sherrilyn Kenyon – Dead Men Walking
Dennis Lehane – Since we Fell
Joanna Trollope – City of Friends
Richard Paul Evans – The Broken Road
Hari Kunzru – White Tears
Deb Caletti – What’s Become of Her?
Maisey Yates – Slow Burn Cowboy
Fredrick Backman – Bear Town
Stephanie Powell Watts – No One Is Coming
Carolyn Hart – Walking On My Grave
Lincoln Child – Full Wolf Moon
Elizabeth Strout – My Name Is  Lucy Barton
Stephen King – Gwendy’s Button Box
Michael Crichton – Dragon Teeth
Walter Mosely – Black Betty
Scott Turow – Testimony
Diane Ackerman – The Zookeeper’s Wife
Jo Nesbo – The Thirst
Dee Henderson – Threads of Suspicion


The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:


Women Who Work – Ivanka Trump
Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life…And Maybe the World –
Admiral William H. McRaven
Eat Complete – Drew Ramsey, MD
The Secrets Of My Life – Caitlyn Jenner
Be Anxious For Nothing – Joyce Meyer
Democracy – Condoleezza Rice
The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers In “Healthy” Foods That Cause Disease and
Weight Gain – Steven R. Gundry MD
Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign – Jonathan Allen & Amie Parns
The American Spirit – David McCullough
Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy – Sheryl Sandberg
The Radium Girls: The Dark Story Of America’s Shining Women – Kate Moore
Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes Of An Improbable Life – Sally Bedell Smith
The Operator: Firing the Shots That Killed Osama Bin Laden and My Years As A Seal
Team Warrior – Robert O’Neill
Guinness World Records 2017 Gamer’s Edition

This Fight Is Our Fight – Elizabeth Warren

June QuickBites


Volunteers Needed at The Noxubee Refuge Visitor For Sunday Afternoons

The Friends' Board would like to start opening the Refuge's Visitor Center on Sunday afternoons but to do so, they need volunteers to be at the front desk to greet and meet folks that might come in. And of course, they will train you in advance. The main requirement is that you have a love for the refuge and are willing to devote a few hours to help with this endeavor.

Until they know how many folks might volunteer, they don't know specifically how often or how long at the time any volunteer might be utilized. They just need "a show of hands" to get started!

If interested, please call the Visitor Center at (662) 323-5548. Thank You.

Teen's Summer Reading Program at the Library

June 5th-Graphic Artist Andy Childress
June 12th- Mayor Will Hill-Rebuilding Louisville
June 19th-Ceramist, Susan Clark
June 26th-Awards Day

Winston Co. Sheriff's 2nd Annual Junior Deputy Academy- July 10-13

The Winston County Sheriff's Department will hold their 2nd Annual Junior Deputy Academy on July 10-13 at South Louisville Baptist Church from 8 am to 12 p.m. The cost is $30 per child and is for kids ages 6-12. You can register at the Sheriff's Department today! Space is limited to 25 kids.












Register For Drawing To Win A 26 Quart Ozark Trail Cooler Packed With Goodies

This year at the Red Hills Arts Festival, Sheriff Jason Pugh will be giving away a 26 quart Ozark Trail High-Performance cooler packed with goodies. Come see us at the Winston County Sheriff's Dept booth to enter your name in the drawing. Drawing will be held at 2 pm. We will also have balloons for the kids!


Noah's Ark Animal Workshop--June 26


The Tiny Tots Summer Reading Program is having a Noah's Ark Animal Workshop for ages 3-5 years!

Where: The Winston County Library
When: Monday, June 26, 2017
Time: 9:30 - 10:30 AM
Supply Fee: $10

Must register and pay at the Winston County Library by May 31, 2017. Animal Selection will be made at registration.















Extension Office In Need Of Sewing Machines

Sewing machines needed! If anyone has a portable sewing machine that is in good working condition that you would like to donate to the Extension office, they will be happy to take it. They have 4-Her's that are interested in learning to sew and volunteers willing to help them learn, but they do not have any  sewing machines. Please give them a call if you have one to donate. 773-3091 They can pick it up.




Library Storytime and Dial-A-Story Will Be a Blast!

The Winston County Library invites you to bring your child or children and join us the second Tuesday of each month for Storytime With Andrea. Storytime is from 9:30 – 10:30. Children will enjoy stories, music, games, arts and crafts, puppet shows, treats and many more fun and educational activities. Also, parents, remember to call Dial-A-Story so your child can listen to a different fun story read by Miss Andrea or a surprise reader. The Dial-A-Story line is open seven days a week, 24 hours a day and is free. If your child would like to be a Dial-A-Story reader, contact the library at 662-773-3212. Dial-A-Story is brought to you by the Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System.

Winston County Library eBook PSA

Spring is around the corner, and along with spring and summer come travel plans and road trips.
Don’t forget to save room in your luggage by loading free eBooks from your local library onto your electronic devices.

Winston County Library Patrons with a library card can download free eBooks and audio books by using the Axis 360 app, which can be found in the Apple App Store or Google Play.

Simply install the app and find your library, which will be listed as Mid-Mississippi Regional Library System. You will be taken to a website with several lists featuring current Bestsellers in a number of categories.

Patrons may download 2 eBooks and begin reading. For more information, or for assistance in setting up the lending program, please call the Winston County Library 662-773-3212.