Upcoming Holiday Closing
Monday, February 19

Upcoming Events
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Friends Preview Book Sale

Thursday, February 22 from 5:30-7:00 pm
Public Book Sale
Friday & Saturday, February 23 & 24 from 10-4:30 pm 

The Virtual Reality Roadshow by Lazerware is coming soon! 
Registration begins Monday, February 26th.  VR Roadshow arrives on Monday, March 19th. 
Visit our website and Facebook page often for more details.

3rd Annual Trivia Night
Saturday, March 10 at 6:00 (doors open at 5:30)
Register early but pay at the door that night–$80 per table with a max of 8 players per table.
Location:  Murphysboro Youth and Recreation Center 1818 Walnut (next to the library with parking at both locations).
St. Patrick’s Day theme.  Wear green and feel free to decorate your table!

The BOOK CLUB meets on the second Thursday of every month at 3:00 p.m.  (January through October)  
Join us March 8, 2018 for our next selection, Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas.
2018 Book club selections appear below.  Click image to enlarge.

 Ongoing Events

Oversized Games Available

Just ask at the front desk.

Checkers * Cards * Sudoku

Open Crafting Group 

Most Thursdays 10am to 3pm–check here.

Combine your love of crafting while meeting some like-minded friends while you socialize. We meet every Thursday. Bring your favorite handcraft, and make some new friends with common interests! We welcome crafters of all varieties and ability levels. Come join us!

First Saturday of the Month 1-3pm

All ages welcome, but space in the Logan Room is limited to 36 people at a time.

There is a separate challenge for adults and kids, grades 1-12.

There are twenty challenge tasks, but depending on the level you choose(adults) or the grade you’re in, not all are required.

Sample task (kids): Match the book to the challenge and your reading level. Ex. #21 Read a book with a heart on the cover—possible options:



Library Board meets on the first Thursday of every month 6:00 p.m.





Resource Highlight: Did You Know?

Sallie Logan Public Library patrons have free access to OCLC FirstSearch–connecting you to information in a wide range of subjects in 13 databases. Authorization and password must be obtained from the library staff. Here’s the link to get you started.