Exciting new children’s events at Landrum Library

Starting in the New Year we will have a “crafternoon” the first Tuesday of every month at 3:30 p.m. The first Tuesday Crafternoon will be on Jan. 5 at 3:30 p.m. and we will use a Spirograph to make cool patterns and designs.

On Tuesday, Jan. 19 at 5:30 p.m. we will show the movie “Minions.” Snacks will be provided. The running time of the movie is 91 minutes and it is rated PG.

Also starting in January we will have a monthly Lego Build for kids and tweens. Every fourth Tuesday of the month we will have a new challenge and the best kid’s and tween’s creation will be displayed until the next challenge. Everyone who attends will get to vote. The first Lego Build will be held on Jan. 26 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. The challenge this month will be to build the animal of your choice.

Our fourth Thursday homeschool program will be held on Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. We will complete a library scavenger hunt. The program is intended to help familiarize kids with the library and help them learn how to find what they need.

 

-Submitted by Leasa Hall

 

Columbus

Suspect identified after fatal shooting in Columbus

News

Collision on Lynn Rd. leads to traffic standstill

Columbus

One dead, another injured in Columbus shooting

News

Suspect in custody after shooting at Ashley Meadows apartments

Community

PEDALING FOR A PURPOSE: 14th Annual Climb to Conquer Cancer

Community

Landrum welcomes new police officer, establishes new historical board

Community

Registration for Senior Games, SilverArts is open

Community

Hoax active shooter call reported at  Polk County High School

Campobello

Man wanted after drugs, guns found in Campobello shed

News

Riders on horseback discover body along River Road 

Community

Tryon greenlights soliciting contractors for major infrastructure overhaul

Community

Polk BOC receives PCHS medallions, declares April Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Community

Landrum man pleads guilty after pit bulls fatally attack neighbor’s pony

Community

Two critically injured after motorcycle collides with SUV in Mill Spring

Community

Landrum City Council discusses funding for parks, police

Community

Landrum City Council presents candidates for Rail and History Museum Board

News

Single vehicle accident on I-26 claims life of Tennessee man 

Arts

Earl Scruggs Music Festival announces 2024 lineup

Community

Home saved after structure fire on Lanier Drive

Community

Mooresville man arrested on drug, stolen gun charges in Sunny View

News

Former CEO of Washburn Law dies in car crash 

Community

Landrum High School alumni wins town council seat in Irmo

News

Polk County primary election results

Community

Polk Board of Commissioners declares April Isothermal Community College Month