YOUNGADULT FICTION     Pictured above:| “Welcome To the Slipstream” by Natalka Burian “Bad Romance” by Heather Demetrious “More Of Me” by Kathryn Evans “Little Wrecks” by Meredith Miller “Want” by Cindy Pon “Two Roads From Here” by Teddy Steinkellner “When It;’s Real” by Erin Watt “Trusting You & Other Lies” by Nicole Williams YOUNGADULT NONFICTION Pictured above: “Providence Act II” by Alan Moore “Day the World Went Nuclear” by Bill O’Reilly

YA Creation Station Mondays at 6:00, June 12 -July 17

  During summer reading join us every Monday for some casual creating! June 19:  Jewelry & Key Chains June 26:  Smart Phone Inventions July 3:     Desk Top Gardens July 10:   Make It Mayhem July 17:   Paint Bombing

TAB (Teen Advisory Board Meeting) Thursday, June 8, 6:00 pm

Help decide what teen programs are offered at the library! Grades 7-12 Come to our monthly meeting to talk about what YOU would like to do at the library. Get involved in putting on programs, organizing service projects, talking about books, meeting excellent study buddies, and of course, eating lots of snacks!! P.S.  If you need service hours this is a great opportunity!

Tech Collect


The Youth Services department is getting a jump start on Summer Reading!


The library will be collecting old technology of all shapes and sizes to be used for different programs during Summer Reading.  From small TVs and phones to computers and game systems, we will take what you’ve got!

These items DO NOT need to work and WILL NOT be returned, so keep that in mind.

Job Opening: Circulation Clerk

The Dunlap Public Library District is seeking an energetic, creative, service-driven professional to serve as our Circulation Clerk. The Circulation Clerk ensures library patrons receive excellent customer service by providing library circulation services, confidently using library resources to answer reference questions, assisting patrons with ebook check-outs and other computer needs, and developing and conducting library programs including basic computer instruction. Schedule: We currently have two open positions. These two Circulation Clerks will each work two nights a week averaging twelve hours. Times may vary, but will mainly consist of working 2-8pm. They will also join the rotation of working 9-4pm every third Saturday. Salary: $8.50-$10.00, DOQ To apply: submit a cover letter and resume, including three professional references, to: Ashley Huffines, Executive Director via email at or visit the library with your paper copy. Position open until October 10, 2016, or until position is filled. Full Job Description and more »

STEAM After School Wednesdays at 3:30

April 5, 12, & 19 The Youth Services Department is proud to present their newest program, STEAM After School!  Come see us every Wednesday to participate in an activity focused on the individual elements: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Designed for upper elementary and middle school students.   May 3 – Arts:  Scratch Art May 10 – Mathematics:  Compass Math May 17 – Full STEAM:  Starlight Lab

Early Release Rally! Wednesdays at 2:30

Need something to do on early dismissal days?  Stop for a variety of games and crafts! May activities:  Get Ready for Summer!     May 3 – Beach in a Jar May 10 – Rainy Day Fun May 17 – Make Your Own Stationery