Kerry Grombacher in Concert at the Library

Kerry Grombacher will be in concert at the South Sioux City Public Library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m.

We are proud to announce that Kerry Grombacher will perform at the library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m. Kerry Grombacher plays guitar and mandolin and writes contemporary folk and western songs, as well as country songs and ballads. Kerry Grombacher performs regularly at festivals, house concerts, coffee houses and other folk music festivals. He travels throughout the west appearing at numerous cowboy poetry and music gatherings.

There is a $10 suggested donation at the door to go to support the musician.

Youth Activities:  We have LEGO Build on Monday August 29th at 3:00 p.m.  The Family Movie will be shown Monday August 29th at 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday September 3rd, at 1:00 p.m.  Night of FUN meets on Tuesday August 30th at 6:00 p.m.  Pat-a-Cake Pals is held on September 1st, at 10:00 a.m.  Hands-on Science is held on Thursday September 1st, at 4:30 p.m.  Finally, Toddler Time is held on Friday, September 2nd, at 10:00 a.m.

Brian Keith Wallen will perform a concert at the library on Monday, September 12th at 6:30 p.m.

Brian Keith Wallen is on the road all the time. From one coast to another, Brian is spreading his brand of blues-based Americana across the country. His lightning licks on guitar will never let you forget his name. In just a few years, Brian has released multiple albums and performed over 1,000 shows in 25 states. iSpy Cincy writes, “His raw, passionate sound encompasses the blues soul with perfection.”

Brian won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge, ranking in the top two out of hundreds of artists from all over the world. He is also the winner of the Starr-Gennett “Blues Artist of the Year” award. Brian has brought his foot-stomping, one-man-band show to timeless treasures, such as Dollywood and the Ryman Auditorium. He’s also taken it all the way to countless blues festivals and the one and only Beale Street.

Li’l Red and the Medicated Moose Band will be in concert at the library on Monday, September 26th at 6:30 p.m.  They have been making their rounds around the Siouxland entertainment circuit.  We are proud to welcome them to the library.

Teneia will be in concert on Monday night October 3rd at 6:30 p.m.

Teneia is an original folk/soul wife-and-husband duo consisting of Teneia Sanders-Eichelberger and Ben Eichelberger.  Their music combines elements of folk, soul, Southern gospel, blues, and easy-listening pop.

In 2015 Teneia sold most of their possessions, bought a travel trailer, and transitioned to a life on the road with one goal: spread a message of love and equality through great music. They currently travel the United States playing their original songs for loving audiences across the nation. Teneia intends to connect listeners more deeply with themselves and each other.

Online Genealogy Tools:  Cheryl Kounas and Connie Swearingen from the Woodbury Count Genealogy Society will lead a class entitled Online Genealogy Tools on Tuesday night September 20th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Labor Day:  The Library will close on Saturday, September 3rd at 5:00 p.m. and will reopen on Tuesday, September 6th at 9:00 a.m.  Have a happy and save Labor Day weekend.

Job and Career Accelerator:  For job seekers in the Siouxland area help has arrived! Job & Career Accelerator, a comprehensive online job search system, is now available to help overwhelmed job seekers find employment. This innovative online resource provides job seekers everything they need to find their next job, all in one easy-to-use application. The online program is available to patrons of the South Sioux City Public Library at no charge with their library card and can be accessed at the South Sioux City Public Library or from any internet-enabled computer by going to ( http://www.southsiouxcity.org/library )  LearningExpress Job & Career Accelerator™ provides personalized, step-by-step assistance for job seekers at all experience and education levels—from exploring and matching suitable occupations from over 1,000 detailed occupation profiles to finding available jobs in their area from a database of over 5 million up-to-date job postings. With Job & Career Accelerator, users can easily create professional resumes and cover letters, master interviewing and networking techniques, improve work related skills, and prepare for occupation related exams. In addition, it helps job seekers plan, tailor, and track multiple job searches at the same time while providing expert advice and tips every step. The end result is the most efficient and effective job search possible.  To find out more about how you can access Job & Career Accelerator, call the South Sioux City Public Library 402-494-7545 or stop by and ask any of your neighborhood librarians for more information.

New and Available:  The following are some of our newest titles available at the library.

Dark Road Home:  a Gin Sullivan Mystery by Anna Carlisle- “The summer after she graduated from high school, Gin Sullivan’s little sister Lily went missing. Her family fell apart, not to mention her relationship with her high school sweetheart, Jake. Now, almost twenty years later, Gin is living in Chicago and working as a medical examiner when she gets the call: a body’s been found in the woods outside her small hometown. It could be her sister. After all these years, it’s time for Gin to go home and face the demons she tried to leave behind. Confronting your past is never easy, but for Gin it also means confronting Jake, who was the prime suspect in Lily’s disappearance. To find an answer to the question of what happened to her sister that fateful summer, Gin makes the difficult decision to use her talents as a medical examiner to help the police investigation. But as Gin gets deeper into the case, she uncovers a shocking truth that could change everything– if it doesn’t destroy what’s left of her and her family first”–Amazon.com.

Babel 17; Empire Star by Samuel Delaney, n “Babel-17,” Rydra Wong, a poet and code expert, must break an enemy government’s code, but discovers that the code is really a super sophisticated language, while in “Empire Star,” a simple-minded teenager is entrusted to carry a vital message to a distant world.

Have a great week and read good books.

Resume Writing Class at the South Sioux City Public Library

Resume Writing Training:  Representatives from Nebraska Workforce Development will provide resume training on August 19th from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  This program is for all those who are seeking a job.  It is a free program open to the public.

Cover to Cover Book Club will discuss the first half of the book Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver.  They meet on Monday August 22nd at 3:00 p.m.

If you have read and enjoyed Flight Behavior you will also enjoy these books.

Home by Toni Morrison is the story of a Korean War veteran on a quest to save his younger sister.

At the Water’s Edge by Sara Gruen:  When their humiliated father, an ex-army Colonel, severs their access to the family fortune, Maddie and Ellis Hyde travel to war-torn Scotland, where colorblind Ellis plans to find the Loch Ness monster his father failed to locate, hoping to win his father’s approval once more. Meanwhile, Maddie embraces her true identity. Society awakens the true woman within as Hitler’s war rages.

Elsewhere by Richard Russo is set in Gloversville, New York, where the author grew up. By the 1950s prosperity in that manufacturing town was being replaced by poverty and illness, everyone barely scraping by. A world elsewhere was the dream his mother instilled in Rick and strived for herself, and their subsequent adventures and tribulations – beautifully recounted here – were to prove lifelong, as would Gloversville’s fearsome grasp on them both.

The Bride’s House by Sandra Dallas is set in 1880, and for unassuming seventeen-year-old Nealie Bent, the Brides House is a fairy tale come to life. It seems as if it is being built precisely for her and Will Spaulding, the man she is convinced she will marry. But life doesn’t go according to plan, and Nealie finds herself in the Brides House pregnant—and married to another. For Pearl, growing up in the Brides House is akin to being raised in a mausoleum. Her father has fashioned the house into a shrine to the woman he loved, resisting all forms of change. When the enterprising young Frank Curry comes along and asks for Pearls hand in marriage, her father sabotages the union. But he underestimates the lengths to which the women in the Brides House will go for love. Susan is the latest in the line of strong and willful women in the Brides House. She’s proud of the women who came before her, but the Brides House hides secrets that will force her to question what she wants and who she loves.

Maine by J. Courtney Sullivan is the stories of three generations of women which converge on the family beach house in this wickedly funny, emotionally resonant story of love and dysfunction.

Tangled Yarns will meet on Tuesday August 23rd at 6:30 p.m.

Book Sale:  This month we have a buck a bag sale on Saturday August 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Youth Activities:  We have LEGO Build on Monday August 22nd at 3:00 p.m.  The Family Movie will be shown Monday August 22nd at 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday August 27th at 1:00 p.m.  Night of FUN meets on Tuesday August 23rd at 6:00 p.m.  Pat-a-Cake Pals is held on Thursday August 25th at 10:00 a.m.  Hands-on Science is held on Thursday at 4:30 p.m.  Finally, Toddler Time is held on Friday at 10:00 a.m.

Kerry Grombacher will be in concert at the South Sioux City Public Library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m.

We are proud to announce that Kerry Grombacher will perform at the library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m. Kerry Grombacher plays guitar and mandolin and writes contemporary folk and western songs, as well as country songs and ballads. Kerry Grombacher performs regularly at festivals, house concerts, coffee houses and other folk music festivals. He travels throughout the west appearing at numerous cowboy poetry and music gatherings.  KWIT Community Calendar

Brian Keith Wallen will perform a concert at the library on Monday, September 12th at 6:30 p.m. Brian Keith Wallen is on the road all the time. From one coast to another, Brian is spreading his brand of blues-based Americana across the country. His lightning licks on guitar will never let you forget his name. In just a few years, Brian has released multiple albums and performed over 1,000 shows in 25 states. iSpy Cincy writes, “His raw, passionate sound encompasses the blues soul with perfection.” Brian won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge,  ranking in the top two out of hundreds of artists from all over the world. He is also the winner of the Starr-Gennett “Blues Artist of the Year” award. Brian has brought his foot-stomping, one-man-band show to timeless treasures, such as Dollywood and the Ryman Auditorium. He’s also taken it all the way to countless blues festivals and the one and only Beale Street.

Li’l Red and the Medicated Moose Band is our final concert for the month.  They will perform on Monday September 26th at 6:30 p.m.  This duo out of Elk Point, South Dakota has been making the rounds of the Siouxland scene for some time.  We are proud to bring them to the library for their first concert with us.

At each concert we will receive a $10 suggested donation at the door.  The money goes to the performers for their travel expenses.

Have a great day and read good books.

Youth Activities at the South Sioux City Public Library

Youth Activities at the South Sioux City Public Library

Summer Reading Program may be over, but the activities haven’t stopped at the library.

LEGO Build returns on August 15th at 3:00 p.m.  Join the fun as you learn to build with LEGO.

Night of FUN is a time of family fun at the library on Tuesday August 16th at 6:30 p.m.

Pat-A-Cake Pals is a story time for children under two years old; singing, dancing, stories, sensory play on Thursday August 18th at 10:00 a.m.

Hands-On Science is held on Thursday August 18th at 4:30 p.m.  This is a time to explore and create with science experiments.

Toddler Time is a story time for children ages two to five years old.  During this time we have stories, craft and snack on Fridays at 10:00 a.m.

Family Movies are held on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. and Saturday at 1:00 p.m.  This week’s animated feature is a story of extraordinary bravery.

Resume Writing Training:  Representatives from Nebraska Workforce Development will provide resume training on August 19th from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  This program is for all those who are seeking a job.  It is a free program open to the public.

September Concerts:  September is filled with music at the library.  These are the concerts we have planned for the month.

Kerry Grombacher will be in concert at the South Sioux City Public Library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m.

We are proud to announce that Kerry Grombacher will perform at the library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m. Kerry Grombacher plays guitar and mandolin and writes contemporary folk and western songs, as well as country songs and ballads. Kerry Grombacher performs regularly at festivals, house concerts, coffee houses and other folk music festivals. He travels throughout the west appearing at numerous cowboy poetry and music gatherings.  KWIT Community Calendar

Brian Keith Wallen will perform a concert at the library on Monday, September 12th at 6:30 p.m. Brian Keith Wallen is on the road all the time. From one coast to another, Brian is spreading his brand of blues-based Americana across the country. His lightning licks on guitar will never let you forget his name. In just a few years, Brian has released multiple albums and performed over 1,000 shows in 25 states. iSpy Cincy writes, “His raw, passionate sound encompasses the blues soul with perfection.” Brian won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge,  ranking in the top two out of hundreds of artists from all over the world. He is also the winner of the Starr-Gennett “Blues Artist of the Year” award. Brian has brought his foot-stomping, one-man-band show to timeless treasures, such as Dollywood and the Ryman Auditorium. He’s also taken it all the way to countless blues festivals and the one and only Beale Street.

Li’l Red and the Medicated Moose Band is our final concert for the month.  They will perform on Monday September 26th at 6:30 p.m.  This duo out of Elk Point, South Dakota has been making the rounds of the Siouxland scene for some time.  We are proud to bring them to the library for their first concert with us.

Bestsellers Available at the Library:  The library seeks to provide readers with all the best books available in the country.  The following are some of the bestsellers available.  Checkout one of these books or put your name on the list for one of these bestsellers.

The Girls by Emma Cline is set in  “Northern California, during the violent end of the 1960s. At the start of summer, a lonely and thoughtful teenager, Evie Boyd, sees a group of girls in the park, and is immediately caught by their freedom, their careless dress, and their dangerous aura of abandon. Soon, Evie is in thrall to Suzanne, a mesmerizing older girl, and is drawn into the circle of a soon-to-be infamous cult and the man who is its charismatic leader. Hidden in the hills, their sprawling ranch is eerie and run down, but to Evie, it is exotic, thrilling, charged–a place where she feels desperate to be accepted”–Dust jacket flap.

First Comes Love by Emily Giffin in this novel, “Meredith thought she’d done it all right – married the perfect man, had the perfect daughter – but as she grows increasingly restless, she can’t help but wonder if she got the love part wrong. Josie has been happily single for years, but she wants a child of her own so much she’s one bad Match.com date away from heading straight for the baby carriage all on her own. The sisters, whose relationship was strained by the tragic death of their older brother over a decade ago, find that they need each other more than they realized”—from the catalog record.

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah in this novel, “Viann and Isabelle have always been close despite their differences. Younger, bolder sister Isabelle lives in Paris while Viann lives a quiet and content life in the French countryside with her husband Antoine and their daughter. When World War II strikes and Antoine is sent off to fight, Viann and Isabelle’s father sends Isabelle to help her older sister cope. As the war progresses, it’s not only the sisters’ relationship that is tested, but also their strength and their individual senses of right and wrong. With life as they know it changing in unbelievably horrific ways, Viann and Isabelle will find themselves facing frightening situations and responding in ways they never thought possible as bravery and resistance take different forms in each of their actions. Vivid and exquisite in its illumination of a time and place that was filled with great monstrosities, but also great humanity and strength, Kristin Hannah’s novel will provoke thought and discussion that will have readers talking long after they turn the last page”—from the catalog record.

Have a great week and read good books.

September Concerts at the Library

September Concert Schedule

The South Sioux City Public Library, 2121 Dakota Avenue, South Sioux City, Nebraska, is bringing several concerts to the community in September and early October.

 Kerry Grombacher will perform at the library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m.

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Brian Keith Wallen will perform a concert at the library on  Monday, September 12th at 6:30 p.m.

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Brian won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge,  ranking in the top two out of hundreds of artists from all over the world. He is also the winner of the Starr-Gennett “Blues Artist of the Year” award. Brian has brought his foot-stomping, one-man-band show to timeless treasures, such as Dollywood and the Ryman Auditorium. He’s also taken it all the way to countless blues festivals and the one and only Beale Street.

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Teneia will be in concert on Monday night October 3rd at 6:30 p.m.

Teneia is an original folk/soul wife-and-husband duo consisting of Teneia Sanders-Eichelberger and Ben Eichelberger.  Their music combines elements of folk, soul, Southern gospel, blues, and easy-listening pop.

In 2015 Teneia sold most of their possessions, bought a travel trailer, and transitioned to a life on the road with one goal: spread a message of love and equ

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Each concert is at 6:30 p.m.  A $10 suggested donation will be taken at the door.  If you have any questions about these events, or would like to contact the artists, contact Dan Nieman, 402-494-7545, or by email dnieman@southsiouxcity.org.

Pokemon at the South Sioux City Public Library

Pokemon Go! Lure Party will take place at the Scenic Park shelter.  Come play Pokemon Go and catch them all on Sunday, August 7th at 6:00 p.m.

Pokemon Trading Card Game:  Celebrate 20 years of Pokemon and learn or play the original trading card game. Beginner card sets available for play on this day at the library. Bring your own cards to play against opponents.  We will meet at the library at 11:00 a.m.

Cover to Cover Book Club will discuss ”The Liar” by Nora Roberts on Monday August 8th at 3:00 p.m.  In this book, after discovering the safe-box filled with her lying husband’s various fake IDs, Shelby Foxworth moves to her old hometown with her young daughter, meets a contractor who helps her feel at home, and grapples with an attempted murder that proves her late husband was keeping even more secrets than Shelby realized.

“Liar” Read-a-Likes:  If you have finished reading The Liar, you will enjoy these titles.

Country by Danielle Steel:  After the death of her husband, Stephanie Adams, a devoted stay-at-home mother, meets country music megastar Chase Taylor, who opens his whole world to her.

Hush by Karen Robards:  “In New York Times bestselling author Karen Robards’s latest heart-pounding romantic suspense novel, a woman must track down her husband’s murderer–or risk being the next victim of a vicious killer. When Riley Cowan finds her estranged husband Jeff dead in his palatial home, she’s sure it’s no coincidence. The police rule it a suicide, but Riley thinks someone’s out for blood–specifically someone Jeff’s father ripped off in one of the biggest financial fraud cases of all time. She suspects that someone is trying to send a message to Jeff’s father: Tell me where the money is, or everyone you care about will die. Riley’s in-laws might be billionaires, but she’s afraid that not even their dirty money can protect her from an irate investor who will stop at nothing to get his hands on his misappropriated cash. Enter Finn Bradley, Philly-based FBI agent and Riley’s love interest from way back when. Finn agrees to help Riley, and the two reignite sparks they both thought were extinguished long ago. But can they discover the killer’s identity in time, before he resurfaces–and strikes again? Dubbed an “exceptional storyteller” by the Chicago Tribune and “one of the most popular voices in women’s fiction” by Newsweek, Karen Robards’s latest action-packed novel will keep you glued to the pages until the final, shocking conclusion”– Provided by publisher.

Chill Factor by Sandra Brown:  Lilly Martin is racing from an oncoming blizzard when she skids into a hiker. Taking the injured man to a remote cabin, she discovers he is the handsome but shady Ben Tierney, with whom she flirted during the previous summer. Five women have recently disappeared from the area, and Ben is the primary suspect; but as the storm intensifies and the roads become impassable, Lilly finds herself with nowhere to go and only Ben to keep her company.

Resume Writing Training:  Representatives from Nebraska Workforce Development will provide resume training on August 19th from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.  This program is for all those who are seeking a job.  It is a free program open to the public.

September Concerts:  September is filled with music at the library.  These are the concerts we have planned for the month.

Kerry Grombacher will be in concert at the South Sioux City Public Library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m.

We are proud to announce that Kerry Grombacher will perform at the library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m. Kerry Grombacher plays guitar and mandolin and writes contemporary folk and western songs, as well as country songs and ballads. Kerry Grombacher performs regularly at festivals, house concerts, coffee houses and other folk music festivals. He travels throughout the west appearing at numerous cowboy poetry and music gatherings.  KWIT Community Calendar

Brian Keith Wallen will perform a concert at the library on Monday, September 12th at 6:30 p.m. Brian Keith Wallen is on the road all the time. From one coast to another, Brian is spreading his brand of blues-based Americana across the country. His lightning licks on guitar will never let you forget his name. In just a few years, Brian has released multiple albums and performed over 1,000 shows in 25 states. iSpy Cincy writes, “His raw, passionate sound encompasses the blues soul with perfection.” Brian won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge,  ranking in the top two out of hundreds of artists from all over the world. He is also the winner of the Starr-Gennett “Blues Artist of the Year” award. Brian has brought his foot-stomping, one-man-band show to timeless treasures, such as Dollywood and the Ryman Auditorium. He’s also taken it all the way to countless blues festivals and the one and only Beale Street.

Li’l Red and the Medicated Moose Band is our final concert for the month.  They will perform on Monday September 26th at 6:30 p.m.  This duo out of Elk Point, South Dakota has been making the rounds of the Siouxland scene for some time.  We are proud to bring them to the library for their first concert with us.

Each of the concerts has a $10 suggested donation for each of the programs.

Have a great week and read good books.

Announcing September Concerts at the South Sioux City Public Library

Announcing September Concerts at the South Sioux City Public Library

Kerry Grombacher Concert:  We are proud to announce that Kelly Grombacher will perform at the library on Thursday, September 1st at 6:30 p.m.

Kerry Grombacher plays guitar and mandolin and writes contemporary folk and western songs, as well as country songs and ballads.

Kerry Grombacher performs regularly at festivals, house concerts, coffee houses and other folk music festivals. He travels throughout the west appearing at numerous cowboy poetry and music gatherings.

Brian Keith Wallen will perform a concert at the library on Monday, September 12th at 6:30 p.m.

Brian Keith Wallen is on the road all the time. From one coast to another, Brian is spreading his brand of blues-based Americana across the country. His lightning licks on guitar will never let you forget his name. In just a few years, Brian has released multiple albums and performed over 1,000 shows in 25 states, iSpy Cincy writes, “His raw, passionate sound encompasses the blues soul with perfection.”

Brian won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge, ranking in the top two out of hundreds of artists from all over the world. He is also the winner of the Starr-Gennett “Blues Artist of the Year” award. Brian has brought his foot-stomping, one-man-band show to timeless treasures, such as Dollywood and the Ryman Auditorium. He’s also taken it all the way to countless blues festivals and the one and only Beale Street.

Both concerts as for a $10 suggested donation that will go directly to the performer.  CDs and other products will be available for purchase at this event.  If you would like more information on this event call Dan at the library, 402-494-7545.

Special Collections to Share:  Do you have a special collection that you would like to display at the library?  The library has display cases that would allow you to securely display your collection.  Call Dave or Tammi at the library, 402-494-7545 to get more information on our display cases.

Back to School Tools:  The library offers many helpful tools for those who are going back to school.  These are a few tools you can use this school year.

Primary School Explora allows students to browse or search across Primary Search, Biography Reference Center, and Funk & Wagnall’s New World Encyclopedia. Browse by broad topic areas or search by any topic for full text popular magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and other resources

Primary Search helps students to find popular magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and images.

NoveList K-8 Plus helps students find just the right fiction or nonfiction book; resources for teachers and parents

Funk & Wagnall’s New Encyclopedia is a student-friendly online encyclopedia covering more than 25,000 topics.

Points of View Reference Center allows students to find critical essays on current events with an overview and two sides of each issue.

More Back to School Tools for Lifelong Learners:  Learning is a continuous part of contemporary life.  Here are some tools that are useful for lifelong learners.

Explora allows learners to browse or search across multiple databases, including five of the databases listed below. Browse by broad topic area or search by a general interest, health, legal, biographical, or other topic for full text popular magazine and journal articles, and other resources.

MasterFile allows learners to search popular magazines, journals, and other sources for info on a variety of topics.

NoveList Plus allows readers to find recommendations, reviews, and series info for fiction/nonfiction books.

MyHeritage allows learners to trace your family history through global genealogy resources.

Consumer Health Complete allows learners to access full text information and videos on health and wellness.

The Legal Information Reference Center allows patrons to find full text consumer legal information plus legal forms from all states

The Small Business Reference Center allows learners to learn how to start, finance, or manage a small business.

The Biography Reference Bank offers full text biographical profiles and articles on notable people, living and dead.

The Biography Reference Center has a comprehensive collection of 450,000+ biographical profiles.

The Psychology and Behavioral Science Collection allows patrons to search full text journal articles covering psychology, behavior, and more

The Science and Technology Collection allows patrons to search full text scholarly journals covering science and technology.

These are available via NebraskAccess www.nebraskaccess.ne.gov.

Have a great week and read good books.