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What's happening at Centennial
We had a great time this week with our very interactive monkey themed storytime. We acted like monkeys, sang about monkeys, guessed what monkey would do, and made a fun monkey craft. ACTION RHYME: We started with 5...
On Friday and Saturday October 10-11, Centennial held a Sleepover Storytime for young customer's stuffed animals. It was a HUGE success! On Friday afternoon the children made blankets for their stuffies had a...
Designed by architect Hans Stutz, this octagonal-shaped library opened in October 1967. The original 1,900 square foot building has undergone two octagonal additions, in 1970 and 1974, adding a meeting room and basement to the Library.
The Centennial branch has a long-standing commitment to providing quality children's programs and one of the longest running adult book clubs in the system.