10:00 – 11:00am
Ages 3 – 5
1st Wednesday every month, during the school year
Infants to age 3
A partnership with Butler School District’s Parents as Teachers program
Summer Reading Program:
Kids: K through 6th grade
Teens: 7th through 12th grade
Teen Advisory Group (TAG):
Teens in 7th through 12 grade meet one to two times a month for game nights, volunteer activities, and events. Contact the library for more info.
These occur close to quarterly, and in the past have included events such as Not-so-Spooky Spooktacular, Noon Year’s Eve, and Dr. Seuss Birthday party. Upcoming is Dads and Donuts, on Father’s Day weekend, Adult Coloring Nights, and Family Game Nights. Check in with staff periodically for programs.
Adult Book Club – “The Bookies”:
Second Thursday in the community room of the library – evening times varies
Spring and fall sales occur through the help of our volunteer group, the Butler Public Library Association. This is the primary fundraiser for the library. Books may be donated throughout the year, with donation receipts available upon request.
Adult Coloring Night:
Join us for a relaxing, artful evening every third Monday in the Community Room from 7:00-8:00. Supplies and refreshments are provided, but feel free to bring your own!
Game Night for Adults:
Adults (and older teens) can come together every fourth Monday from 7:00-8:30 to enjoy an evening of games. This event is hosted by community member Matthew Vandenburg, who brings several of his own collection for anyone who wants to learn a new game. Feel free to bring your own favorite games, and bring your friends, as well! Light refreshments are provided.
Adult Winter Reading Program
Adults can join in this program from December 29th – March 30th by submitting book titles completed during this timeframe. Books can be from the library or a personal collection. Weekly drawings occur every Friday. Those who complete six books by the end of March are entered into two grand prize drawings. The library would like to thank Sonic, James Damon, The Grill in Ballard, and The Union Restaurant and Public House in Butler for their support of this program.