Are you staying home for Spring Break? The Donald W. Reynolds Library invites you to join us for fun activities for the kids and the whole family ALL week long, March 21 -25.
The Friends of the Library, a major fund-raising body for the Baxter County Library, is hosting their Silent Auction starting Wednesday, March 30, and running through April 27th in the Library foyer. Silent auction items include jewelry, art, crystal, NASA signed items, and more.
The Baxter County Early Literacy Project recently reported outstanding year-end numbers for the Little Free Library program. In 2021, a total of 1,601 children’s books were distributed free of charge through the Project’s bright yellow little libraries strategically placed throughout Baxter County.
Do you ever wonder what goes on inside the library after hours? This secret world will be revealed with your stuffed animal friends at the Library Stuffed Animal Sleepover.
The best-used book sale in the state is back, and best of all, the proceeds for the book sale will benefit Library programs and events.
Did you know that you can get a close-up view of the moon, learn to play an instrument, or catch a fish with items you check out at the Library?
Friends Public Meeting with Historian Vincent Anderson Bull Shoals Dam Photo Restoration Project: Our Buried Past Revealed
For the first time, Anita Hayden's private collection of African art, tools, clothing, and more will be on display in the Twin Lakes Area at the Donald W. Reynolds Library Serving Baxter County.
With a new year upon us, the Baxter County Library is excited for what’s ahead in 2022.
Why join a book club?!
Public libraries are enjoyed by people in every season of their lives, but it seems that people turn to the Library especially during times of major transition.
A $1,250 grant recently received from the Twin Lakes Future Fund, will help the Baxter County Early Literacy Project (BCELP) establish a pop-up outreach event kit.
The Baxter County Library is proud to have historian Dr. Brooks Blevins back to discuss his third and final installment in his series A History of the Ozarks, Volume 3: The Ozarkers.
Enjoy games all week long at the Library
Join the Library for two unique Literary series workshops