Kuna Library is proud to offer a variety of events and programs for patrons of all ages
Tuesdays @ the Library
February 25 Movie@ the Library
Bring the family to the library to watch the fun Disney movie, Frozen 2. Doors open at 5:15, the move starts at 5:30. Admission is free and so is the popcorn! Frozen 2 is rated PG, running time 103 minutes.
Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Bonanza
Join us to celebrate the birthday of the one and only Dr. Suess on Tuesday, March 3, from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm. We’ll have Hop(scotch) on Pop, a Green Egg Hunt, Pin the Hat on the Cat and more fun family activities! All ages are welcome! No registration required.
Tell Me A Story – Joshua’s Memorial Book Drive
Kuna Library is pleased to participate in the annual memorial book drive in honor of Joshua Landon Empey. An event will be held Thursday, March 19, 2020 from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm at Kuna Library. During the event we’ll have Story Time and cookies!
All donated books are given to children in our community.
You may contribute to the book drive by:
- Attending the event
- Donating new and gently used books for children of all ages
- Order books from Scholastic using code :WL964
- Follow Tell Me a Story-Joshua’s Memorial Book Drive on Facebook
Throwback Thursday Movie Nights
Ready for a little blast from the past? Then join us the third Thursday of each month for our Throwback Thursday Movie Night! For most movies doors open at 5:15, the movie begins at 5:30. Please check calendar for any changes in the schedule. Admission is free and so is the popcorn!
March 26: The Mummy, a 1999 action-adventure film. Please note this movie is rated PG-13 for violence. Running time 124 minutes.
April 16: The Princess Diaries starring Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews this sweet tale is about a teen that discovers she is a princess in a European kingdom. Rated G, running time 115 minutes.
Read a Book – Win a Book
Adults, every time you finish reading a book, you can enter your name into a drawing to win a book? Drawings held every Monday and the winner will be notified. Entry forms are located at the circulation desk. Drawings open to adults 18 and over.
Knitting for Beginners with Leah
This program is offered on request, please call the library for details. You can learn to knit at Kuna Library! Leah will teach students the basic skills needed for knitting. Participants must bring their own supplies: 1 set of size 7 bamboo needles and 1 skein of worsted acrylic yarn, or you may purchase a $10 kit from Leah.