The Library building reopens with limited services on Monday, March 1, 2021. Full details below.
Cook Memorial Library has launched a new Dial-A-Story service. With the library building closed and most library programs being conducted online, the need to serve those in our community with limited technology access became apparent.
Dial-A-Story is intended for all ages. From toddlers to older adults, anyone can dial in to hear stories read aloud. There will always be at least one story in Spanish and you may, at times, hear a joke or two, a song, rhymes, poems, short stories, and more.
The only thing you need to use this service is a telephone. Dial-A-Story can be accessed 24 hours a day, free of charge, by calling 541.624.6339.
JOIN LIV FOR TODDLER TIME!
Join us for Storytime with Alicia! Watch and listen as she reads a great story and follow along after with a fun crafting activity. While the library building remains closed due to COVID-19, there are still ways families can practice early literacy skills at home through virtual storytimes.
Angelina Ballerina, by Katherine Holabird