Perry Cook offers four Early Learning Programs for children. Programs include First Steps, Tinker Tots, Little Learners, and A2Z. Programming for the 2020-2021 year is scheduled to begin the week of October 5, pushed back from the original start date of September 14.
Help Wanted -- Perry Cook Memorial Library is now hiring a Custodian.
Perry Cook Memorial Public Library is looking for a part-time Library Assistant.
Parents and guardians of children up to age 5 years of age - Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, we are interested in your thoughts and opinions about in-person attendance and remote learning for programs geared towards our youngest patrons.
Effective Thursday, July 23 at 6:00 p.m., a face covering is required to enter the Perry Cook Memorial Public Library. Thank you for wearing your mask to protect our staff and other library patrons.
An online program to complement our Summer Reading Program is "Craft Along With Rusty."
Perry Cook will be a pick-up site for Northmor's 2020 Summer Meal Service Plan. Meal distribution at Perry Cook is on Mondays from 11 am - Noon, through August 24.
Perry Cook is pleased to offer direct links to TumbleBooks, free through August 31, 2020. TumbleBooks' databases are easy to use, and allow for unlimited access to eBooks from home. No check-outs, holds, or downloads required.
Perry Cook is partnering with Children's Hunger Alliance to provide children ages 1-18 with grab-and-go super snacks.
Summer Reading has begun! Stop by the library anytime to pick up your weekly packet.
As of Monday, February 15, 2021, Perry Cook will be open for in-person browsing and curbside service. Face coverings are required to enter the library and must be worn throughout your visit.
This month's project is called 5" squares. Sewing days are April 15 and April 22. Register for morning or afternoon session. Registration opens Tuesday, April 6th.
If you have children in Tinker Tots, Little Learners, or A2Z this Fall, be sure to watch their weekly program video. The videos can be found on Perry Cook Memorial Public Library's YouTube page, with links also being posted weekly on our Facebook page.