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The Winter Book BINGO contest will end Friday, February 10that 3pm. Patrons can pick up a BINGO sheet at the Circulation desk, and checkout books to fill their sheet. Once patrons fill their BINGO sheet, they willbe entered in a raffle to win a winter basket.
The Blind Date with a Book Contest will begin Monday,January 30th, and end on Tuesday, February 28th. Patrons18 and older can check out a wrapped book from our “Blind Date with a Book”display, fill out a raffle ticket, and enter to win a $75 gift certificate tothe West Side Event Center. The winner will be contacted and announced viaFacebook on Tuesday, February 28th.
On Wednesday, February 8th, Fiber Arts Club willmeet in the new community room at 2pm. Fiber Arts Club meets every second andfourth Wednesday of the month. You can bring you own fiber arts projects(knitting, crochet, embroidery, etc.) and join us for a casual meet-up withyour fellow crafters. Please note that this is not an instructional workshop,but a gathering spot to give crafters a place to socialize and turn stringsinto things. Crafters will supply their own materials and projects for clubmeetings.
Box Butte County RSVP will be hosting a mobile foodpantry in conjunction with Northwest Community Action Partnership and Food bankfor the Heartland on Wednesday, February 8, 2023 4:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Thisis a free program which distributes food to families in Alliance, serving onedistribution per car.
To ensure safe access to the Senior Center located at212 Yellowstone Avenue, the Alliance Police Department are asking patrons tobegin at the northeast corner of East 2nd Street and YellowstoneAvenue. Traffic will line up down East 2nd to Potash Avenue on thenorth side of the street. Please make sure to leave intersections open. Anyoverflow traffic will continue on Potash Avenue to East 3rd Streetparking along the south curb on East 3rd Street. Please stay in yourvehicle at time of delivery.
Ifyou are homebound, and unable to drive thru to pick up your food, please callAngie Flesner at (308) 762-1293 to make your delivery arrangements by 2pm onTuesday, February 7th. Delivery services are only available tohomebound individuals.
For more information about the food drive,please contact Angie Flesnerat (308) 762-1293.
The Crochet Temperature Blanket Workshop will begin on Wednesday, February 1st at 6pm in the APL Community Room. We will meet weekly to create a crochet temperature blanket for the year. The Alliance Public Library will supply the first two months of yarn, and the hook. Can’t make the first meeting? No worries! Patrons can join at any time during the year. Ages 12 and older are welcome to attend. The cost of the first class is$20. Meetings after the first class are free.
UPDATE: “The Crochet Temperature Blanket Workshop is full, but all are still welcome to join Fiber Arts Club. Bring your own fiber arts project(knitting, crochet, embroidery, etc.) and join us for a casual meet-up to have some fun with your fellow crafters. Please note that this is not an instructional workshop, but a gathering spot to give crafters a place to socialize and turn strings into things! Crafters will supply their own materials and projects for club meetings.”
Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day with Girl ScoutsSpirit of Nebraska to promote kindness throughout the world, at theAlliance Public Library in the Community Room, Saturday, February 11thfrom 10:30 to 11:45 am. This event is for girls in kindergarten through thirdgrade, a caregiver must attend with their child. We will read the book“Have You Filled a Bucket Today? A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids” by CarolMcCloud, decorate our own buckets, make warm fuzzies to share with ourcommunities, sing songs, earn a patch and more!
For more information, contact the Girl Scouts Spiritof Nebraska Panhandle Membership Coordinator at 308-765-2571 or Cynthia Horn,Children’s and Youth Services Librarian at Alliance Public Library, 762-1387.
Perfect Blend with Box Butte Development Corporation is a networking opportunity designed to not only build business relationships, but to educate our community on what your business can do for them. These monthly coffees are open to the public, and are in a different business every month. Come learn more about what you local businesses can do for you. Please RSVP to 308.762.1800 so that we can have enough coffee.
The Alliance Nutrition Site will behosting a Valentine’s Dinner on Tuesday, February 14th at 5:30 pm. Familymembers and friends are welcome to join their loved ones for dinner. If you areinterested in attending the Nutrition Site Valentine’s Dinner, please RSVP withAngie by Wednesday, February 8th by 3pm.
As to not affect those who cannotjoin us for the Valentine’s Dinner, the Nutrition Site will still be servingHome Delivered Lunches from 11am – 1pm on Tuesday, February 14th.However, they will not be serving a congregate lunch in order to properlyprepare for the dinner.
Call Angie Flesner at (308)762-1293 to RSVP and for the menu, price, and further information.
The 12th annual fundraiser for East Point Horspice. You're invited to a family fun night to benefit this local horse rescue, therapeutic riding, and equine assisted program. Events include: silent auction and kid's games from 5:30 to 8 pm, live music, burgers and fries while they last, Texas hold 'em poker for adults ($25 entry). Admission $10 per person for the evening.
B.Y.O.B. Club will meet on Thursday, February 23rdat 6pm in the APL Community Room. Unlike most book clubs where everyone readsthe same thing, at Bring Your Own Book Club, you choose what you’d like toread. Every month, we will meet in person or online and discuss the books thatyou are obsessed with, liked, or didn’t much care for. There’s a littlesomething for everyone at B.Y.O.B. club.
Female vocal trio performs songs from the 40's through today's current hits.
Alliance Learning Center Community Meeting Room
Alliance City Council Meeting