It’s going to be a bit of a short week for staff and volunteers at the Copperas Cove Public Library as the library will be closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday for the Thanksgiving holiday.
There are few things in life more enjoyable than curling up in front of a cozy fireplace with a good book (or, lacking a fireplace, a cozy space heater).
In classic Texas fashion, the weather can’t seem to make up its mind on whether or not it is winter.
Winter is coming. The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are getting colder, so now may be a good time to start staying inside more with a good book.
The coming week at the Copperas Cove Public Library is jam-packed with events and activities, with something being offered nearly every day of the week.
Sometimes it seems like the world is filled with serious, dense and depressing information. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed.
The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting colder, and that means things are starting to get spooky as city departments prepare for Halloween.
The Copperas Cove Public Library has several events coming up this week for both children and adults, and there is something going on at the library almost every week.
Most people just cannot get enough of the 2016 presidential election. Whether they are red or blue, the alleged leaks and hacks are always a topic of interest for some people.
Several programs at the Copperas Cove Public Library are starting anew now that school is back in session, and the programs that continued through the summer are still going strong and drawing visitors to the library every week.
Across the city, children weep, because the school year officially starts Monday.
Gaming Day at the Copperas Cove Public Library is normally from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the third Saturday of the month, but this month it is being postponed one week for one little (or big) reason — Central Texas College’s GeekFest.
The monthly book club is back on at the Copperas Cove Public Library on Wednesday, and the members of the club are beginning with a trip out west (at least on the page) with “El Paso” by Winston Groom.
August is typically the month that Copperas Cove Public Library staff and volunteers take a break from the big events of summer, but that doesn’t mean nothing is happening at the library this month; far from it.
The Summer Reading Program at the Copperas Cove Public Library is officially over, and that means that the first day of school is right around the corner.
With summer finally starting to die down (calendar-wise, if not temperature-wise), the Summer Reading Program at the Copperas Cove Public Library is coming to a close next week.
Staying cool can be a challenge during the summer in Texas, but sometimes working up a sweat can be just as fun as cooling off.
Interest in the Summer Reading Program at the Copperas Cove Public Library is growing now that children are two full weeks into the program.
Whether it be because of planning or sheer coincidence, next week at the Copperas Cove Public Library will be an animal extravanganza.
The world we live in is in rough shape, what with pollution, global warming, starvation and a myriad of other problems.
Summer is officially here, and the schedule for the Summer Reading Program at the Copperas Cove Public Library has been finalized.
Texas is rapidly approaching summer, and that means more and more organizations and businesses will be planning events and activities for families to partake in.
Every year the Copperas Cove Public Library holds a Summer Reading Program, which offers fun events and activities for children and families every week.
A couple of local authors will be hanging out Saturday at the Copperas Cove Public Library, meeting visitors and signing copies of their books.
Summer is finally here — or close enough, thanks to the Texas heat — and that means many people are going to start heading outside to play sports or exercise or go camping.
As it is nearing the end of the month, the Copperas Cove Public Library’s calendar is fairly light on events next week as staff and volunteers prepare for May.
After a long and busy week, it can be nice to take a well-deserved rest, and that is exactly what the staff and volunteers of the Copperas Cove Public Library will be doing this weekend.
National Library Week is scheduled to run from Saturday through Thursday this year, and the Copperas Cove Public Library has events planned for every day of the week, beginning with Rally Day on Saturday.
National Library Week begins April 10, and Copperas Cove Public Library Director Kevin Marsh said fun events for families are planned for each day of the week — excluding Good Friday, when the library will be closed.
The final week of the month is usually a light week in terms of events at the Copperas Cove Public Library, and this month is no different.
Somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout, but there is no joy in Copperas Cove — spring break is over.
Next week at the Copperas Cove Public Library is expected to be light on scheduled events but heavy on people, as spring break tends to send people to the library as they look to find something fun to do.
The winter months are finally over, and the Copperas Cove Public Library is booked with events every week of March, which makes it a good place for residents to go to celebrate the warming temperatures of spring.
Spring is almost here, and that means it is time for the big action movie blockbusters to start hitting the theaters.
The montlhy Gaming Day event at Copperas Cove Public Library will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and library Director Kevin Marsh said there should be several different types of games available for people to play if they come out.
Tax season is going strong right now, which means the Copperas Cove Public Library is seeing a steady influx of residents hoping to get free tax help from the AARP.
Unfortunately, the most hated time of the year is upon us once again: tax season.
One group that has been meeting monthly at the Copperas Cove Public Library for the past several months is planning to take its members outside the building tonight to expand their audience.
Sadly, the holidays are officially over, and that means winter break is at an end.
An arctic cold front is expected to hit the area later this afternoon, so while the weather outside may be frightful, the Copperas Cove Public Library offers the warmth of friendship and good books with many of the upcoming events in January.
We are still smack dab in the middle of holidays right now, which means a couple of things: one, people might officially be getting tired of their extended family; and two, burying your face in a good book is one of the best ways to tell your extended family “Don’t talk to me right now.”
Christmas Day is only two days away, and New Year’s Day is only one week after that, so most people are planning to stay in their warm homes with their warm families and celebrate the season.
There isn’t much in the way of events scheduled at the Copperas Cove Public Library next week, as staff and volunteers are preparing to spend the Christmas holiday with family and friends.
The weeklong Friends of the Library book sale still has two days left, but Copperas Cove Public Library Director Kevin Marsh said business has been booming during the week.
The Friends of the Library will start their weeklong book sale Monday, and they have several tables of books ready at the Copperas Cove Public Library. The sale will run Monday through Saturday and is open during the library’s normal business hours.
After a filling Thanksgiving dinner, the last thing most people want to think about for a week is food.
Next week is going to be a light one at the Copperas Cove Public Library because the doors are closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday so staff and volunteers can spend the Thanksgiving holiday weekend with their families.
The Copperas Cove Public Library is hoping to see a large group of teens for the Teen Reading Club on Thursday, because library Director Kevin Marsh has some new ideas to run past them for the upcoming renovations to the library.
The Copperas Cove Public Library has finalized its November calendar, and there are several events planned for the month. Many recurring groups and clubs have their events scheduled for their usual times, and one club is holding its second-ever meeting this Thursday.
It’s pretty much impossible to run out of books to talk about at the Copperas Cove Public Library, and it is no different this week as library staff and volunteers continue to sort and place new books on the shelf from the big end-of-year purchase in August.
The Copperas Cove Public Library recently acquired something that should make gaming days at the library even more lively — a new Xbox One.