COME ON DOWN... to the library for a fun evening of The Price is Right games where contestants will play for the chance to win prizes, maybe even a BRAND NEW CAR... (but probably not).
*REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED AS SEATING IS LIMITED TO 30 CONTESTANTS (AGES 10+) & EACH PERSON MUST BE REGISTERED SEPARATELY (including your children)! Improper registrations may be canceled at the Library's discretion.
Please contact the library or cancel your registration if you cannot attend to open the spot up to someone else. If you are wait-listed, you may show up and see if a spot opened up, though there is no guarantee a spot will be open. A PARENT OR GUARDIAN (OVER 18) MUST REMAIN IN THE LIBRARY FOR THE DURATION OF THE PROGRAM. DOORS WILL CLOSE AT 5 MINUTES AFTER THE START TIME AND NO FURTHER PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ALLOWED IN. REGISTERED PERSONS NOT PRESENT AT THE START TIME WILL HAVE THEIR SPOTS GIVEN TO SOMEONE ON THE WAITLIST.
AGE GROUP: | Teens | Families | Adults |
EVENT TYPE: | Special |
TAGS: | The Price is Right | Smart Money Week |
|Mon, May 29||Closed|
|(observance of Memorial Day!)|
|Tue, May 30||9:00AM to 8:00PM|
|Wed, May 31||9:00AM to 8:00PM|
|Thu, Jun 01||9:00AM to 8:00PM|
|Fri, Jun 02||9:00AM to 6:00PM|
|Sat, Jun 03||9:00AM to 5:00PM|
|Sun, Jun 04||Closed|
The original planning of the Dickinson Free Library was begun in 1908 by the first library board. This original board, now known as the Dickinson Library Association, wrote to Andrew Carnegie proposing the building of the library with an original gift estimate of $15,000, further reduced to $12,500. A library tax was submitted to the people of Dickinson on April 6, 1908. The library was opened for circulation on Monday, January 3, 1910.
In April 1938 work began on the west wing addition—a WPA building project. The new wing is 20 by 40 feet with a full basement. The main floor added to the adult space and the basement provided children’s space.
Over the years various updates and additions have been made to the library. Some of them include: adding a Bookmobile to service rural areas, The Friends of the Library Garden Plaza, sound systems, and renovations of various spaces.