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Welcome to our Open House

This is the time of year when family and friends get together. The library is no different because in a way our patrons are family. And as families do, we are inviting you to an Open House at the Bossier Parish Libraries Historical Center on Friday, December 6 from 1—3p.m.

“Banjo Bob” Jordan will be on hand playing old-time and Christmas music. Refreshments will be served in the meeting room where you can rest a bit and visit. Special exhibits will be on display including one on Bossier Quilts. Of course there will be lots of decorations to see.

Be sure to take a walk through the Main Library, too. Children’s Services has wonderful exhibits and things that kids and parents will enjoy. For instance, throughout the month of December you can play the life-size Candy Land game.

The History Center and Main Library are easy to find at 2206 Beckett Street, Bossier City. If you are new to the area and need directions call us at (318) 746-1693.

Book it to the Bossier Parish Libraries for some holiday cheer. We hope to see you there.

Make a note:

  • All Bossier Parish Libraries will be closed on Thursday and Friday, November 28-29 for Thanksgiving Holiday.
  • The annual Toys for Tots drive is in full swing and the Bossier Parish Libraries have donation boxes in place at these branches: Bossier Central, Aulds, Haughton, and Plain Dealing. Thank you for your generous donations. (We ask that you please do not wrap the toys)
  • Bossier Central Library, (318) 746-1693: The Shreveport Art Club Show is on exhibit at the Bossier Central Library during November. There is a variety of mixed media works on display. If you are interested in purchasing any of them, you can contact the artists directly; Wednesday, Nov. 20 from 3:45-4:45 p.m., at Bossier Central Library children ages 9 and up are invited to stop by with their parents to assemble sweet turkey treats for decorating and eating! Sign up for this arts and crafts time at the Reference Desk or call the Central Library; Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 2:30-3:30 p.m., teens are invited to learn about “Masking Tape Art” in the History Center meeting room. Call Tonya for more information.
  • Benton Library (318) 965-2751: Saturday, Dec. 14 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., is the “All Aboard the Polar Express! Party. Registration is required for this program. Wear your best PJs!
  • East 80 Library (318) 949-2665: Saturday, Dec. 14 from 1-4 p.m., Movie/Game Day. All ages are welcome.

VickieHardinGo to the library website at www.bossierlibrary.org to learn more about what is happening at your neighborhood branch.


“The Bat” by Jo Nesbo

“Opening Moves” by Steven James

“The good Lord Bird” by James McBride

“We are Water” by Wally Lamb

“Leading Man” by Benjamin Svetkey

“The Homecoming” by Carsten Stroud

“Kiss and Spell” by Shanna Swendson

“The Widow’s Strike” by Brad Taylor

“Something to Remember You By” by Gene Wilder

“It Happened in the Dark” by Carol O’Connell


“When Sorry Isn’t Enough” by Gary Chapman

“The Duck Commander Devotional” by Alan Robertson

“Born to Be Blessed” by John Hagee

“Free Money” by Kevin Trudeau

“Land Your Dream Career” by Tori Randolph Terhune

“Magical Journey” by Katrina Kenison

“Conscious Capitalism: Liberating the Heroic Spirit of Business” by John Mackey

“The Foster Parenting Manual: A Practical Guide to Creating a Loving, Safe and Stable Home” by John DeGarmo

“What Color is Your Parachute” by Richard Nelson Bolles

“Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present” by Max Boot


Vickie Hardin is Outreach Specialist for the Bossier Parish Library. She can be reached at vhardin@state.lib.la.us

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