Welcome to the Gambier Community Library
As a public service institution, the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County exists solely to promote the cultural, intellectual, educational, and recreational welfare of the Knox County community. Its primary method of fulfilling that role is to collect, preserve and make easily available to its patrons books, periodicals, pamphlets, recordings, videos, compact discs, tapes and other materials, both print and non-print, to serve their informational, educational, and recreational needs.
We invite everyone in to come in and experience what we have to offer at either our main branch here in Mount Vernon or at any of our other branches in Danville, Fredericktown, and Gambier. There are often events scheduled for young and old alike.
We would also like to extend an invitation to all of our patrons to become even more deeply involved with their public library. This can be done through either of two great programs, Friends of the Library and as a Volunteer.
Gambier Story Time: Fridays from 10:30 to 11:30 am at the Gambier Library
Topics for January & February 2011
- January 21: Mittens
- January 28: Shapes
- February 4: Gardening
- February 11: Valentine's Day
- February 18: Ground Hog's Day
- February 25: Trains
Registration is not required and all children are welcome. This program is free and sponsored by the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County.
For more information contact Betty Carpenter 599-2665