Centennial Library

Programs and Policies


~ Story Hour: An hour full of stories, crafts, and music geared for 0-4 year olds. Story Hour is every Wednesday, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (except during Summer hours).

~ Summer Reading: A six-week program to encourage reading during the summer. These programs will be held at Pioneer Park every Wednesday from 11 am – 1 pm, May 29th – July 1st, 2019. To register for summer reading, stop by the library starting May 1st.

~ Family Read Week: An annual statewide celebration of family with events to encourage families to read together and interact in programs. Family Read Week occurs in November; check in at the front desk for dates.

~ Let’s Talk About it: Participating libraries host a series of five programs, each featuring a book related to the series theme and which participants read prior to the program session. At each program session, a guest speaker presents information on the book and author as it relates to the theme. Following the presentation, participants engage in discussion. This program usually runs January – March of each year. Contact the library to determine if we were chosen to participate in the series.


~ Library Cards: Centennial Library provides library cards free of charge to individuals living inside the city limits of Grangeville, Idaho. Adults over 18 must present proof of residence with a current physical street (not mailing) address. Children under 18 must bring a parent or legal guardian with proof of residence. Out of Town (non-resident) cards are issued to the household and covers all persons living in the same residence. Cost is $30 per year. Financial aid is available through the Barbara Hanson Scholarship Fund. By city ordinance, you are considered resident if you own property inside the city limits and can provide proof of ownership.

~Internet Policy: View a copy of the Internet Policy.


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