Library Closing For Meeting

The Winston County Library will close this coming Friday, December 3rd, from 8am – 1pm, for a virtual Regional Staff Meeting. We will reopen at 1pm until 5pm.

Family Tennis Festival- Dec 11


December Fun Kits For Kids

Christmas is almost here! And the Winston County Library is ready! Kids of all ages can come by the library, starting December 1st, and pick up a fun “goody Christmas” bag” filled with a book, a craft, candy, stickers and a toy!

Also, on Saturday, December 18th from 10AM-12PM, Santa Claus will be at the library for story time and children can have their picture taken with Santa!

Don’t miss out on the Christmas fun at the Winston County Library!

East Louisville Baptist Church Presents "A Cricket County Christmas Carol" - Dec. 18 & 19


Friends of the Park - Christmas Party Dec 4

The Friends of the Park Christmas Party and Tree Decorating is scheduled for December 4th at 5:30 pm at the Lodge at Legion State Park. Please join us!!!

Check It Out At The Winston County Library!

   NOVEMBER 2021

The following FICTION books are now available for checkout at the library:
  • John Grisham – The Judge’s List
  • Danielle Steel – The Butler
  • James Patterson – 2 Sisters Detective Agency
  • Laura Childs – Twisted Tea Christmas
  • Debbie Macomber – Dear Santa
  • Karen Kingsbury – Forgiving Paris
  • Rita Mae Brown – Claws For Alarm
  • Alice Hoffman – The Book Of Magic
  • Sophie Kinsella – The Party Crasher
  • Lisa Unger – Last Girl Ghosted
  • Hillary Clinton & Louise Penny – State of Terror
  • Vince Flynn – Enemy At The Gates
  • James Patterson – The Jailhouse Lawyer
  • Wilbur Smith – The New Kingdom
  • Jude Deveraux – An Impossible Promise
  • Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman – The Burning
  • Colson Whitehead – Harlem Shuffle
  • Nicholas Sparks – The Wish
  • Heather Graham – The Unknown
  • Sally Goldenbaum – Patterns In The Sand
  • Susan Witting Albert – Hemlock
  • Fern Michaels – Santa Cruise
  • Mary Kay Andrews -o The Santa Suit
  • Carl Weber – The Education of Nevada Duncan
  • Mary Monroe – Once In A Lifetime
  • Beverly Lewis – The Beginning
  • Iris Johansen – High Stakes
  • Liane Moriarty – Apples Never Fall
  • J. D. Robb -o Forgotten In Death
  • Anne Perry – A Darker Reality
  • Sally Goldenbaum – How To Knit A Murder
  • Laura Griffin – Last Seen Alone

The following NON-FICTION BOOKS are now available for checkout at the library:
  • Taste of Home Kitchen Hacks and Recipes That Go With Them
  • Just Diagnosed Breast Cancer: What To Expect, What To Know, What To Do Next – Arlene M. Karole
  • Old West Showdown:; Two Authors Wrangle Over The Truth About The
  • Mythic Old West – Bill Markley and Kellers Cutsforth
  • Authentically, Uniquely You – Joyce Meyer
  • Willie Nelson’s Letters to America – Willis Nelson
  • Trials of the Earth: The True Story of a Pioneer Woman (of the Mississippi Delta) – Mary Mann Hamilton
  • Eartha Kitt: A Daughter’s Love Story In Black and White – Kitt Shapiro
  • Hybrid Teacher: Using Technology to Teach in Person and On-line Emma Pass
  • Sinatra and Me: In the Wee Small House – Tony Oppedisano
  • The Bidens: Inside The First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise To Power – Ben Schreckinger
  • How I Saved The World – Jesse Watters
  • Dave Grohl: The Storyteller
  • Joshua Weissman: An Unapologetic Cookbook
  • Trisha’s Kitchen – Trisha Yearwood
  • The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family – Ron Howard & Clint Howard
  • Where Do We Go From Here? How Tomorrow’s Prophecies Foreshadow
  • Today’s Problems -o David Jeremiah

Angels Yet To Be Adopted

There are still 54 angels yet to be adopted from the Junior Auxiliary Angel Tree. Stop by the Winston County Library and adopted an angel TODAY!!!

East Louisville Baptist Church Men's Basketball

Men’s Basketball for teens and adults
Sunday, November 28
Sunday, December 26

No cost, all men are welcome

DAR October Meeting

The Nanih Waiya Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution held their October meeting at Lake Tiak-O'Khata. 

They are happy to present their newest member, Kathy Sones. She is pictured here with Theresa Bridges, DAR Regent, and Deanie Graves DAR Chaplain. 

The program was presented by Ana Royston, State Chairman of American Indians. She presented the group with information about different Indian tribes of the United States.

As a community service, DAR members will be filling backpacks at the First Methodist Church at 11:30 AM on November 30.