If this is your first visit, welcome. If not, we’re glad you’re back to see what’s new at our library. The County Library System consists of three libraries. The Main Library in Weaverville is located along the scenic “Trinity Highway” 299.
The Trinity County Library is a member of the North State Cooperative Library System, the 12 northernmost counties in California. The Council of Librarians, Directors of the member public libraries, provide the leadership for NSCLS. The North State Cooperative is a member of NorthNet, a group of cooperatives comprised of the North State, NorthBay, and Mountain Valley Cooperatives. NorthNet is administered by the Executive Director of Peninsula Library System headquartered in San Mateo. Membership in the cooperative provides guidance and direction in library services and funding for various resources that cannot be funded by libraries individually. Other valuable services also include purchases of databases and assistance with grants.
Reading Is So Delicious!
The Weaverville Library’s Summer Reading Program kicks off on Wednesday, June 12 at 11:00 am. This year’s program promises to be extra yummy as we find crafty ways with food. It’s not too late to register so join the fun and check out our new books and DVDs!
Don’t forget to participate in our “Stuffed Animal Sleepover and Midnight Feast”. Kids will leave their favorite stuffed animal, doll or toy at the second program and pick them up with a complimentary photo showing what their pal did while the library was closed. You’ll be amazed at the magical things that happen when the library is closed!
Jane Goodie and Friends will be back at the Weaverville Library for a final program on Wednesday, May 29 at 4:00 pm. Join Jane for a lively discussion on how to make healthy food choices. We are what we eat as they say, and Jane is an expert in this area. We hope you will join us for this free special program.
And speaking of food, this is an opportune time to mention the Weaverville Library’s upcoming Summer Reading Program aptly entitled “Reading Is Soooooooo Delicious” beginning in June. Watch for our announcements on this page and in the local newspaper or call the Library at 530-623-1373.
What’s blue, fuzzy and beloved by all children? Why it’s the Cookie Monster of course!
Reading is warm and fuzzy
Our Tuesday, April 2nd program can be called an unequivocal success as 85 children, parents and caregivers crammed the tiny Hayfork Library to listen to a storytime and participate in the “Alphabet Tree” craft. KIXE’s Program Coordinator Melanie Corry was on hand to read and present 50 new children’s titles to our library.
What a crowd!
And what can be said about Cookie Monster except that he was much in demand as children queued up to have their photo taken with him. Many thanks to Melanie and KIXE for making this program happen and to our very own local talent (and former library staff member) CJ Sisco for coordinating the program locally. Be sure to check out KIXE’s Facebook page for more photos!
Substitute Lisa Bell and friend
County Librarian Oresta Esquibel gets a hug from Cookie Monster
Storytime at the Hayfork Library
Join Jane and her pal Colleen for these six free Wednesday programs at the Weaverville Library! All programs will start at 4:00 pm and last approximately 40 minutes. Although geared for 2nd to 5th graders, the programs are open to children of all ages. They are educational, humorous and presented an in interactive format. At the conclusion of the program, there will be ample time for families to browse our great children’s books and media collection.
April 24 Consequences – why reading is important
May 1 Responsibility and fairness
May 8 Respect and caring
May 15 Trustworthiness and good citizenship
May 22 Prevention and healthy lifestyles
May 29 Making healthy food choices
Check out Jane’s website at
Mark your calendars for an exclusive children’s event coming to a library near you! KIXE will be visiting our three libraries in April to encourage literacy and to provide new children’s books for each library. Join the fun as we listen to a storytime, visit with Cookie Monster, and then participate in the Alphabet Tree project at all three libraries. Program dates and times are listed below:
April 2 HAYFORK 10:30 – 12:00
April 10 TRINITY CENTER 1:30 – 3:00
April 17 WEAVERVILLE 11:00 – 12:30
Check out these new links recently added to our website: The California State Bar link was added under “Legal”; a review of popular online tax software programs was added under “Tax”; and finally, CSU Chico debuted a new website offering information on programs, services and activities that connect the University with its North State neighbors.By clicking on the Activities and Programs link, you can find several options to view the entries for individual counties. You can find this link under “Local”.
The WordPress.com stats helper has prepared an annual report for the Trinity County Library website and blog that went public in September 2012.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 2,600 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 4 years to get that many views.
Click here to see the complete report.