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LIBRARIAN POSITION AVAILABLE

The City of Davenport is accepting applications for the position of part-time Librarian for the Davenport Public Library. The position will be approximately 16 to 20 hours per week and starting hourly wage is $15.

This position requires clerical skills, computer skills, ability to meet the public and library knowledge as experience.

Applications are available at the Davenport City Hall, 411 Morgan Street and will be accepted until filled.

First review of applications will begin May 26, 2015. The City of Davenport is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Questions? 509-725-4352.

Welcome to Davenport Public Library!

Whether it is story time for the kids, finding that next great read, researching for class, DVDs to watch or looking for downloadable books, be sure to check out the Library. We have a lot to offer, so come explore!

Davenport Public Library Block Party

April 21st-May 2nd, 2015

Elementary students were invited to come to the Davenport Public Library Block Party. Kids got the opportunity to explore structural building and designs concepts and to use any building materials that were available to make tall structures.

They explored what makes some structures more stable and compared the various types of materials used for building. Attendees had as much demolishing their structures as building them!

The Traveling Lego Kit was generously provided by the Washington State Library and Timberland Regional Library.

Kids also challenged one another with Lego Building Challenge where they drew out a random challenge card and had to build what was suggested on the card. Among these creations: houses, space ships, skate parks, a flower, and a pirate ship.

The last hour was spent free building or making your own mini figure. Later programming included stop animation with the free Lego Movie Maker App, Blindfold Block Building, “Around the Block” Poetry, and other activities.

Check out some of our cool video creations here!!

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Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.