Summer Reading Program 2020
Imagine Your Story
Virtual Story Times: June 22 – July 21
Beanstack Webpage Link: http://bentonpubliclibrary.beanstack.org
LINK: Beanstack App (Google Play/Android)
LINK: Beanstack App (Apple/iOS)
Call/text/or email Susan Ward personally to sign up for the reading log and story hour.
608-732-2901 or email@example.com
Grant Approved for Preserving Our Past Project
We are proud to announce that the library has received a grant from the Benton Community Fund of the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, Inc. to support the Preserving Our Past Project: Wisconsin Newspaper Archive.
Within the next year, patrons will have online access to the full catalog of Benton’s historical newspapers. The Benton Community Fund has awarded 2 grants within the past 4 years making the to total received $6,729. More information will be released in the coming year when the content will be available.
This grant is made available from the Community Foundation’s Benton Community Fund. Since its inception, The Benton Community Fund has awarded over $105,000 in grants to improve and enhance the community. The Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin is a resource for area nonprofit organizations whose programs and services are working for the betterment of our communities. Grants from the Benton Community Fund Have Supported the arts, education, environment, health and human services and historic preservation.
For more information on how you can support your community through the Community Foundation, contact Linda Gebhardt at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin, 800-995-2379, or visit the website www.cfws.org. The Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin serves eight Wisconsin counties: Crawford, Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Rock, Vernon, and Walworth. For good. For ever.
Thank You to The Benton Community Fund!
The history of Benton is at your fingertips.
Currently you can access the digital versions of the newspapers at the library. There are digital versions of The Benton Mining Times (1894 1900) and The Benton Advocate (1901-1959) for patrons to browse on our library computers. Schedule time to look through our bound newspapers housed at the library.
The Benton Village Board is embarking on the task of building a
This Community Center building will facilitate; (1) new space for the library and museums; (2) centralized government offices; and (3) spaces for public or private meetings, gatherings, and family celebrations.
Along with FEH Design and the Core Planning Committee, the library will provide any new information on future developments.
We will keep you posted on what is pushing Benton forward.
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