February, 2024


Welcome to February!  Can you believe it?  One month of 2024, is already in the history books! 

 February is Black History Month, the 2024, theme is "African Americans and the Arts".

Please Note!
The Melcher-Dallas Public Library will be closed on Monday, February 5th, for a funeral.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  We look forward to seeing you at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, February 6th during our usual hours of operation.

Come Craft with Me! 

We will have our craft night on February 22nd. at 6 p.m.  The craft will be a small planter, featuring a St. Patrick Gnome.  We will have pint size jars available for our craft and hopefully some little plants.  Please feel free to bring your own plant if you wish as ours will be very small.  We will also have potting soil available. 

Hope to see you on the 22nd. 

A Note of Thanks!

Thank you to all who attended our January 'Come Craft with Me' night!  We had several in attendance and enjoyed the evening.  I hope to see you for our February craft night!

News of Interest to the Community!

Our recycling center is scheduled to be open on  February 3, 2024.  


The Melcher-Dallas Lion's Club, will be hosting a night of Bingo with food available for purchase.  The event is held at the Melcher-Dallas Community Center and everyone is welcome.  Food begins at 5:30 p.m. and Bingo starts at 6 p.m. The meal has a cost  of $7. 00 and includes beefburger or hot dog, baked beans, potato salad, a desert and a drink.  The last game of Bingo is roughly at 7:50 p.m.


The Melcher-Dallas Lion's, are also sponsoring a Candle Light Valentine's Dinner on February 17th.  Tickets may be purchased from a member of the club or at DnS Grocery or the Marion County Bank.


The Marion County Emergency Management Agency noted that the Melcher-Dallas Public Library is a 'warming center' during regular business hours.  A warming center is noted to be place where individuals can go temporarily  to get out of  periods of extreme temperatures and dangerous weather conditions.  Few and limited services are provided beyond what is normally available.  If you do want to take advantage of this service, please call (641-947-6700) ahead as there have been times that the weather has been so dangerous that the library has been closed. 





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