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Haysville Community Library
It is the mission of the Haysville Community Library, a tax-supported community resource, to provide informational, educational and recreational services, materials and programs to users of all ages.



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Storytime, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 am

Library News & Upcoming Events

                • The library will be closed on Thursday November 22nd and Friday November 23rd for Thanksgiving. The Library will reopen on Saturday for normal operating hours. No items that have been checked out will acrue charges for these days and our outdoor box, on the west side of the building by the doors, can be used for returns.
                • The next will be on Saturday November 24th starting at 10:30 AM till around 2:00 PM. Everyone is welcome to come in to play some board games with the staff as well as other people who like board games.

                  Some of the games we play

                  Meeple Mayhem
                  • Smash Up
                  • Lords of Waterdeep
                  • Pandemic
                  • Ticket to Ride
                  • Forbidden Desert
                  • Munchkin
                  • Sushi Go!
                  • And many more...

          Fall Book Discussion: After the Fact

          Some events in our lives are so pivotal that once they occur everything changes. The Great Depression, World War II, and 9/11 represent large-scale cultural events while marriage, job loss, and major illness serve as more intimate examples.

          This series is about the changes that happen during and after major traumas. The books in this series take on the topics of war, illness, and murder. Each author depicts the transformations shaped by the main characters due to a variety of stressors. How does each character handle change?

          All discussions will be held at 7:00 PM in the community room.
          Refreshments will be served.

          Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

          Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel Monday October 22nd
          Discussion Leader: TBA
          333 pages

          This fascinating work covers the lives of its characters after a flu pandemic decimates 99% of the world’s population. The novel examines a post-apocalyptic world consisting of “ferals,” starvation, and loneliness through themes of nostalgia, memory, and art. Mandel weaves together this cast of characters with an air of mystery and suspense that propels the reader forward wanting to learn more.

          The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien

          The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien Monday November 12th
          Discussion Leader: TBA
          233 pages

          Written nearly 30 years ago about his experiences in the Vietnam War, O’Brien’s book still resonates with readers young and old alike. Some critics even refer to this prize-winning work that defies genres as the best book ever written about war. The work served as a catharsis for the author and his memories of Vietnam.

          The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

          The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas Monday November 26th
          Discussion Leader: TBA
          528 pages

          This young adult novel revolves around the aftermath of the murder of a young black teenager by a police officer during a traffic stop. The story is told through the eyes of Starr, the sole witness to the murder. Prior to the shooting Starr lived in two worlds kept strictly separate—that of her majority white private school and that of her majority Black neighborhood. The book explores how the boundary between these two worlds crumbles.

                • Monthly Horticulture ClubOn Tuesday December 4th from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM attend the next meeting of the Haysville Horticulture Club. The Haysville Horticulture Club will meet on the first Tuesday of the month at the Haysville Community Library. A broad range of topics will be discussed at each meeting from lawn, trees, garden, and etc.







                • Monthly Genealogy MeetingsThe next meeting of the Genealogy Group will be on Saturday December 8th, and will be held on the lower level at 2:00 PM. You can also find the Genealogy Group on facebook.








                • On Thursday December 13th from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the library the LEGO Club will be meeting in the Young Adults area of the library. You don't have to sign up, just show up to play and build things with LEGOs. The LEGO Club is made possible through a grant from SCKLS. Creations will be put on display in the library until the next month's LEGO Club meeting!
                  LEGO Club at the Haysville Community Library

                • Friday Night FPS. Held on every third Friday of the month, Friday December 21st from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM, and it is an open gaming night on the computers for ages up to 18 years old.