The mission of the Hansen Free Library District is to provide materials and services to help community and district residents obtain information meeting their personal, educational and recreational needs.
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE USERS OF E-BOOKS, WE ARE NOW SUBSCRIBED TO OVERDRIVE AND, WITH A LIBRARY CARD FROM THE HANSEN LIBRARY, YOU ARE NOW ABLE TO DOWNLOAD E-BOOKS, AUDIO BOOKS OR OTHER MATERIALS FROM THE SERVICE ONTO YOUR OWN PERSONAL DEVICE OR COMPUTER. PLEASE CALL OR COME INTO THE LIBRARY FOR HELP ON JOINING OVERDRIVE.
You may now browse our library catalog from your own computer. Simply click on "Hansen Library Catalog" and it will take you to our collection.
The framing is complete and we are now hoping to have the roof and siding put on the expansion soon. Then the inside work can be started, with electrical, dry wall, etc.
This is being financed by the generous gift received from Nora Anderson, whose bequest has also helped other organizations. To honor her and her generosity, we have placed a bench in front of the library dedicated to her.
ADULT READING PROGRAMS LET'S TALK ABOUT IT
Our application for the next Let's Talk About It series has been accepted and the programs will be held at the Hansen Community Library on the following dates The theme of this series is the American Civil War, as 2015 is the anniversary of the end of the Civil War. The books, program dates and scholars are as follows:
January 21, 2015 : "March" and Part 1 of "America's War"; scholar Jennifer Davidson
February 4, 2015 : Part II of "America's War"; scholar Russ Tremayne
February 18, 2051 : Part III of "America's War", scholar Tara Penry
March 4, 2015 : "Crossroads of Freedom" and Part IV of "America's War"; scholar Russ Tremayne
March 18, 2015 : Part V of "America's War"; scholar David Adler