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Special Events & Programs

What: Fuzzy Friends Sleepover

Where: Caseyville Public Library District

When: Friday, July 7th 6-7pm & Saturday, July 8th 9:30-10am

It's time for Fuzzy Friends Sleepover!

  • Friday Night (7/7) at 6pm, kids come in pajamas and bring their Fuzzy Friend to the library for an evening of stories, fun activities, and snacks with their special friends before all the Fuzzy Friends spend the night at the library!

  • The next morning on Saturday (7/8) at 9:30, kids with their adults will be able to come back to get their fuzzy friend and to see all of the mischievous activities their Fuzzy Friend was up to after the Library lights turned off! A light breakfast will be provided to children and their parents before the library opens to the public at 10 am.

What: CPLD PenPals

Where: Caseyville Public Library District

When: Sign up June 1st-31st

Get connected with a pen pal through Caseyville Library and start writing letters, poems, drawings, and other fun materials you want to share.

  • Write at least once a month, but we encourage you to write as much as you like since letters go out weekly on Mondays.

  • Pen Pal kits are provided include stamps, paper, envelopes and other resources.

  • Guardian information required for 17 year olds and under participants.

  • Sign Up June 1st-31st: eForm

What: 2023 Summer Reading Challenge: Find Your Voice!

Where: Caseyville Public Library District

When: June 1st-July15th

Find your Voice! Join the 2023 Summer Reading Challenge!

  • All ages & abilities welcome

  • The Summer Reading Challenge is a fun way to motivate ourselves to read more! Track your time spent reading, write book reviews, participate in library events or recommended activities, spend time outdoors, and learn and explore new ideas and experiences.

  • Track your reading, earn badges & bingos and get the chance to enter into the grand prizes. 

  • Check out our Summer Reading Challenge page to sign up! Discover activities to do, and discover book recommendations and reading tips.

What: Peanut Butter Pantry Drive

Where: Caseyville Public Library District

When: All May

State Rep. Katie Stuart's office is collecting jars of peanut butter for the SIUE Cougar Cupboard, which is one of the items that they need most. Peanut butter can be a filling, protein-packed snack that has a long shelf life and can be an easy food for college students.

  • You can donate other nonperishable food items as well.

  • All May drop off peanut butter and nonperishable food items at Caseyville Library. 

  • Other drop-off locations include Edwardsville Library, the District Office, Fairview Heights Library, & Collinsville Library.

Reoccurring Monthly Events 

What: BOOK-it Walking Book Club

Where: Caseyville Park

When: May-October, First Friday of the Month from 8:30-9:30am

  • Walk with us and talk about the books you're reading, get ideas for your next great read, and enjoy movement in the outdoors while talking with fellow readers.

  • Whether you are a seasoned reader or just getting into it, BOOK-it Club is for you! All abilities welcome.

  • Leashed, well-behaved dogs welcome, but they must be up to date on required vaccinations.

  • Walk-Roll-Run-READ! BOOK-it!

What: Answers on Aging with CFIA

Where: Caseyville Public Library District

When: 2nd Thursdays of the Month

  • CFIA will be on site to answer your questions about: Medicare Counseling, Discounted License Plate Tags, Free Public Transportation, and “Aging Well” topics.

  • *For a thorough review of Medicare options, please stop by to
    schedule an appointment with Pat Bivens or call him @ 618-344 -788

What: Sensory Saturdays with Esther Comfort Dog

Where: Caseyville Public Library District

When: 2nd Saturdays of the Month

Welcome to Sensory Saturdays: a pleasant sensory experience at Caseyville Library aimed for neurodiverse individuals and families of all ages.

  • Each 2nd Saturday the library will featured dimmed lighting, lower volume, sensory activities, themed story times, arts & crafts.

  • Sensory aid backpacks equipped with tools and aids like sunglasses, headphones, stimming tools, and visual communication supports are also available for in-library use and checkout. 

  • Esther the Comfort Dog will also be available to be read to. Reading to pets boosts reading confidence and curbs reading anxiety.

What: Coffee & Conversation

Where: Caseyville Public Library District

When: 3rd Saturdays of the Month

Join Bri, our Social Work Student, for Coffee & Conversation!

  • This program is an open discussion series that provides a space for dialogue.

  • The goal for this group is to have stimulating conversation or activities that bring together those in the community for a sense of belonging.

  • Anyone is able to participate with an expectation of respect and understanding of others opinions.

  • Coffee & Refreshments will be provided *

This program is aimed at adults and young adults.

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