We’re pleased to share with you a brand new children’s library experience! It’s called “Hoopla for Kids”. It’s the place where parents and kids, alike, will be able to discover all the great hoopla kids’ content, with one swipe.
Every title in each format-Video(movies & TV shows), Music, and Books (audiobooks, eBooks, and comics)—has been selected and brought together in one place to give kids a single environment where their young minds can explore and discover their world, and maybe themselves, through digital media.
The first step toward discovery: KIDS MODE
Kids Mode is a discovery tool to find family-appropriate content.
Visit your “Settings” & flip the toggle to put hoopla into Kids Mode on your device.
This only affects the device and not your account.
Our hope is that hoopla Kids Mode will become a hoopla happy place for everybody!
Kids will be happy because they can easily find, follow, and enjoy their favorite characters, stories, and songs!
Parents will be happy because they can feel confident letting kids explore and discover on their own!
The Wellsville City Library building fund has been steadily “building”. The library, combined with help from the Friends of the Library, has almost $230,000.00. The building goal has been an estimated $509,000.00.
The library has never used tax funds to purchase a building. It has always been done solely through donations. We would like to build the proposed addition with 100% donations, however if that is not possible, we would like to start looking at grants to help us reach our goal.
The population of Wellsville in 2010 was 1857. There is about $279,000.00 left to raise. If you divide $279,000.00 by the population that is an $150.24 per person.
Sometimes we are so close and yet so far…..
This seems like a goal that can be reached in the not so distant future if we all work together!
Taylor and her escort Braden Crist.
Congratulations to Miss Taylor Cunningham on being crowned this year’s Miss Sweet Sixteen. Taylor is the daughter of Todd and Shalene Cunningham. Her school activities include Cheerleading, Art Club officer, FBLA, Math Team, Scholars Bowl, National Honors Society, Student Council, Mentor Program, KAY Club, National Art Honor Society.
Left to Right: Jaira Zeck, Taylor Cunningham, Anna Kline
First runner-up in this year’s contest is Miss Anna Kline, and second runner-up is Miss Jaira Zeck.
Left to Right: Jaira Zeck, Hannah Moss, Anna Kline, Taylor Cunningham, Lindsay Sturdevant, Shelbie Corwine (Miss Sweet 16 2014)
The Friends of the Library would like to thank all of the beautiful young ladies who participated in this year’s contest.
Shelbie Corwine was crowned Miss Sweet Sixteen 2014 at this year’s Wellsville Days. Shelbie is the daughter of Scott and Sonya Corwine. First runner-up for Miss Sweet 16 was Miss Sadie LaMay, and second runner-up was Miss Alyssa Ross. We would like to thank these ladies and their escorts for participating in this year’s contest. They raised almost $900. for the Wellsville Friends of the Library.Â Check out our Facebook page to see more photos from this year’s contest!
The Wellsville City Library is going to try to stay connected to it’s library users through Facebook.Â We sometimes need a quick way to get the word out about things that are happening in the library or the community and we hope this helps keep everyone informed.Â Click on the Facebook icon below and LIKE our page in order to keep updated on the happenings this summer at your library!