Livingston County Library – Tidying Up

The Livingston County Library, as part of the Adult Summer Reading Program, will have a presentation of the power of living in clear spaces.  Kirsten Mouton says Lisa Jean Dickmann from St. Louis will facilitate spirit-lifting transformations in people’s hearts and homes through tidying up.  Dickmann is Missouri’s first Certified KonMari Consultant. The program is Thursday, July 21st at 6:00 […]

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Secretary of State Delivers Grant Funds to Youth Library

The Missouri Secretary of State, Jay Ashcroft visited the Lillian Desmarias Youth Library Wednesday afternoon to deliver a check to aid in technology improvements.  The check for $28,498 is a Technology Mini Grant and will help the library to serve the community by providing access to services they need.  Ashcroft says these visits are important to him. Livingston County Library […]

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Livingston County Library – Buffalo Soldier

Buffalo Soldiers: from Slave to Soldier will be presented  June 16th at the Livingston County Library.  The program is presented by the Livingston County Library and Missouri Humanities, starting at 6:00 pm at the Main Library.  Kirston Mouton from the Library says the Buffalo Soldiers represent the most amazing human story of the journey from slave to soldier in American […]

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Two New Interactive Learning Stations For Children

The Lillian DesMarias Youth Library has two new learning workstations for students age 2-12.  Youth Services Director Jodi Moore says they are officially known as AWE Learning’s All-In-One Workstations. Moore says they have a handwriting program that looks fun. Moore says “The Early Literacy Station is an invaluable resource for our young learners 2-12. The kids are having fun, and […]

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Fruitcake – A Christmas Tradition

The Christmas Fruit Cake…  is it a doorstop, a treasured feast, a practical joke or a gag gift?  The Christmas Fruit Cake for many is a tradition that has been around for generations.  But where did they start?  Candy Warran from the Livingston County Library explains some of the backgrounds and traditions. Warren says not all traditions were serious. The […]

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Reading The Constitution – POSTPONED

This event is postponed to a future date.  Call 660-646-0547 for more information.   This Friday, September 17th, is Constitution Day.  To celebrate, the Livingston County Library will hold an event in the second Floof Courtroom.  Chillicothe City Administrator Darin Chappell will have a presentation on the context of the U.S. Constitution which was completed on September 17, 232 years […]

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