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  1. Book Time for Grown Ups

    October 6, 10:00 AM @ Community Center

    Storytime isn’t just for kids anymore! This is a book club where you don’t have to read the book yourself! Please join us! Listen to a variety of books chosen by the group. Afterwards freely discuss the book and related topics. A shuttle bus is available.

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  2. Books with Blue

    October 6, 10:00 AM @ Library

    Join us for a special storytime with the La Vista Police Department, followed by donuts and a craft! As visible figures in neighborhoods, the La Vista Police Department wants to help promote literacy by building safe places for young people to read and allowing them to see that officers are real people. Our hope is that the community will get to know our police officers a little better because books are a good conversation starter and many of our officers are avid readers!

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  3. Tween/Teen DIY Fidget Spinners

    October 6, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Library

    Come make and decorate your own custom fidget spinner! Age range: Tweens and Teens (4th-12th grade)

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Main City Calendar

  1. Book Time for Grown Ups

    October 6, 10:00 AM @ Community Center

    Storytime isn’t just for kids anymore! This is a book club where you don’t have to read the book yourself! Please join us! Listen to a variety of books chosen by the group. Afterwards freely discuss the book and related topics. A shuttle bus is available.

    More Details
  2. Books with Blue

    October 6, 10:00 AM @ Library

    Join us for a special storytime with the La Vista Police Department, followed by donuts and a craft! As visible figures in neighborhoods, the La Vista Police Department wants to help promote literacy by building safe places for young people to read and allowing them to see that officers are real people. Our hope is that the community will get to know our police officers a little better because books are a good conversation starter and many of our officers are avid readers!

    More Details
  3. Tween/Teen DIY Fidget Spinners

    October 6, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Library

    Come make and decorate your own custom fidget spinner! Age range: Tweens and Teens (4th-12th grade)

    More Details