More than Books...
The Ferris Public Library not only has books that may be checked-out but we also offer audio books, e-books, magazines, and a swell movie collection. For information on e-books call the library or go to cityofferris.org. You may also search the library’s collection from the city’s website. Coming soon….the library’s own website!
Thank you to Jeff and Gaylynn Cottongame for their donation to the library in the memory of Alva Winter Brookshier and Clara Ross.
The Ferris Library will be closed on Saturday, Nov. 12, in observance of Veterans Day.
Our appreciation goes out to all the men and women for their service to our country.
Story Time is held each Wednesday at 10 a.m.
New books: “Shock Wave” by John Sandford, “Robert B. Parker’s Killing the Blues” (LP) by Michael Brandman, “Burning Lamp” by Amanda Quick, and “Death Cure” by James Dashner.
This week in history: November 10, 1775 The United States Marine Corps was founded. November 10, 1969 Sesame Street premiered on television. November 10, 1975 The Edmund Fitzgerald and the entire crew were lost during a storm on Lake Superior.
The Ferris Public Library is located at 514 S. Mabel St. at 10th St. behind Hazel Ingram Elementary. Hours: Monday-Wednesday 9 to 5; Thursday 10 to 5:30; Saturday 10 to 2. For more information, call 972-544-3696, email email@example.com or visit http://ferristx.booksys.net.