REPM Meeting - Nov. 4

Retired Education Personnel will meet Thursday, November 4, 2021, at 1PM, at Louisville City Hall. For Further information call 662-803-9437.

LitterLess Louisville- Oct 30

The Good Steward Project will have its first event on
Saturday, October 30,2021 from 9am to 11, kickoff at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH parking lot. Calling all churches, clubs, businesses, schools, and individuals to come be a part of community and participate in community service.

David Sangster Book Event at the Library - Nov.6

The Winston County Library will be hosting an author event on Saturday, November 6th from 1-4pm for Louisville native David Sangster. He will talk about his newest books, Before You Say I Do, and Who’s Fooling Who?

Copies of each book will be for sale during the event.

Oktoberfest- Oct 24


Check It Out At The Winston County Library!

  OCTOBER 2021

The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:
  • Louise Penny – The Madness of Crowds
  • Susan Cushman – Friends of the Library
  • James Lee Burke – Another Kind of Eden
  • Ben Coes – The Island
  • Darynda Jones – A Good Day for Chardonnay
  • Jennifer Chiaverini – The Women’s March
  • Lisa Jewell – The Night She Disappeared
  • Liv Constantine – The Stranger In The Mirror
  • Megan Abbott – The Turnout
  • Nathan Harris – The Sweetness of Water
  • Peter Heller – The Guide
  • Charles Martin – Send Down The Rain
  • RaeAnne Thayne – The Path to Sunshine Cove
  • Lauren Groff – Matrix
  • Janet Dailey – Whiplash
  • Fern Michaels – 19 Yellow Moon Road
  • Taylor Jenkins Reid – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
  • Tim Dorsey – Naked Came the Florida Man
  • Jeff Abbott – An Ambush of Widows
  • Jo Jo Moyes – Night Music
  • Rosamunds Pilcher – A Place Like Home
  • Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Treachery
  • Kat Martin – The Ultimate Betrayal
  • Lexie Elliott – How To Kill Your Best Friend
  • Paula Hawkins – A Slow Fire Burning
  • Chevy Stevens – Dark Roads
  • Lisa Wingate – Drenched In Light

The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:
  • The New Orleans Kitchen – Justin Devilier
  • Delish: Eat Like Every Day’s The Weekend – JoAnna Soetz
  • How To Grow Mushrooms From Scratch – Magdalena Wurth
  • Backyard Playgrounds – David and Jeanie Stiles
  • The Ultimate Guide to Plumbing
  • Delish Loves Disney: 50 Secret Recipes
  • The Big Book of Small Home Plans
  • Begin Again – Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.
  • All In – Billie Jean King
  • A Cottage for Every Season: Inspiring Homes with Classic Charm – Cindy Smith Cooper
  • CDL Study Guide 2020 and 2021
  • The Third Pole: Mystery, Obsession and Death on Mount Everest – Mark Synnot
  • Blossoms of Oleander – Steve Robertson
  • Adopting in America: How to Adopt Within One Year – Randall Hicks
  • Code Name Lise: The True Story of the woman Who Became WWII’s Most Highly Decorated Spy – Larry Loftis
  • Intuitive Fasting – Dr. Will Cole
  • I Ain’t Studdin’ Ya: My American Blues Story – Bobby Rush
  • The Old Farmer’s Almanac 2022
  • The Plague Year: America In the Time of COVID – Lawrence Wright
  • Taking Charge of Your Pregnancy: Reduce Your Risk for Complications
  • Killing The Mob – Bill O’Reilly
  • Marvel Encyclopedia

Teentober Month at the Winston County Library

The Winston County Library is celebrating Teentober month! Each week in October, teens can come to the library and participate in different games and activities each week. The first week was “I Spy” week, with teens identifying different hidden objects in the display case. Keyleigh Gladney, a seventh grader at Eiland Middle School and a member of Dr. Melissa Davis’s book club, was the first participant. Keyleigh is shown here with her book prize.

10th Annual Panhandle Community Day - Oct. 16

 On Saturday, October 16, from 8:00-2:00, the Panhandle Community of Choctaw County will host the 10th annual Panhandle Community Day. Held in the historic Panhandle Consolidated School building, the craft fair will feature local talent in many forms, and, of course, food. A hamburger plate will be available for $6.00.

You may get directions by typing in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Weir, MS on your map app.

Tenth Annual Harvest Festival at Dean Park- Oct 9

 The tenth annual Harvest Festival held in honor of the 75th anniversary celebration of Dean Park will be held on October 9, 2021 from 2P.M. to 7 P.M. at Dean Park. For more information call 662.614.0191 or 662.705.8334. 

St. Jude Trick or Trot- Oct 16

 St. Jude Trick or Trot 5K Run/ Walk will be held at Ivy Park on October 16th. For more information on how to register, please contact Dinah Smith at 662.803.9804 or pick a registration form up at Discount Video or by email.

Ducks Unlimited Gun Bash - Oct. 21

Ducks Unlimited will hold a Gun Bash at Lake Tiak O'Khata on Thursday, October 21, 2021 with Social Hour beginning at 6:00 PM and a Seafood Buffet beginning at 7:00 PM 
Ticket Prices
$60.00 - Individual
$85.00  - Couple
$400.00 Bronze Sponsor (2 dinner tickets)
$500.00 Bronze Corporate Sponsor (2 dinner tickets)
$700.00 Silver Sponsor (6 dinner tickets)
$25.00 Greenwing

For more information call: Harry - (662) 803-0403; Alan - (662) 803-2507; Mitch - (662) 773-8008
or Terry Arnett - (662) 736-3921.


Displays at the Winston County Library

Stop by the Winston County Library, kids, and see the fun Fire Prevention Month display and pick up a free Fire Prevention Material bag.

The Winston County Library is celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October. Free giveaways are available.