Books for Seniors (formerly "Outreach")
The Sioux Center Public Library offers an outreach program of bringing library materials to patrons at Crowne Point & Franken Manor or to others who are unable to visit the library.
Sioux Center residents unable to visit the library may request home delivery of large print materials and recorded books (cassette or CD). Please call the library at (712) 722-2138 if you have questions about this service.
Volunteers Needed for the Books for Seniors program!
- If you enjoy visiting with elderly homebound patrons, consider our Books for Seniors Program. At the beginning of each month, librarians will select a bag full of books according an individual’s preference. Volunteers deliver the bag to the patron and spend a little time visiting and looking over the books in the bag.
- The patron can select all or some of the books, and the others are returned to the library along with last month’s books. Volunteers must have a car and a valid license. A short training session will be offered at the volunteer’s convenience. Contact Judy at 722-2138.
Adults read a plethora of Young Adult literature. Young adult books aren't just for young adults! Talk to Kari for more information!
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Join us for book discussions every 3rd Saturday of the month at 10a.m. Most book selections are available for check out at the Sioux Center Public Library. Call us at (712) 722-2138 and talk to Kari for more information.
The Greater Sioux County Genealogical Society meets in Sioux Center Public Library at 7pm on the fourth Monday of selected months. Coffee & refreshments are provided. Check our Events calendar for specific dates. Genealogy volunteers are also available on Wednesday afternoons to answer questions or help with research.