Area children are already big fans of the new reading area at the Carrington City Library, as members of the Gjovik and Theis families sample out several of the amenities provided at the table. Among those are a larger seating area, storytelling rug, and Playaway launchpads, just to name a few. The Library was the recipient of a $35,000 grant from the ND Community Libraries to Share program, and needed to spend the money within a 30-day time frame to reap its benefits.
The Carrington City Library is not only a place where people go to get books, it's also a space where they can "learn" to read.
There are a variety of new things to experience at your local library, thanks to the planning, fundraising and hard work done by Librarian Michele Seil and the library board.
Last fall was a busy one, as they were working on five grants at the same time. Among those wa...