Town of Edgewood
Winter Reading Challenge
Winter is a great time to relax and read! Join us in our free Snow Much Reading Challenge from December 10, 2022 to January 21, 2023 to read more during wintertime. Register and track online with the Beanstack app or complete a Library Tracker and turn it in at the circulation desk. Complete different challenges to be entered to win a prize!
Join the Youth Challenge for kids ages 0-16 or the Adult Challenge for adults ages 17+.
Complete prompts/badges to earn tickets. Once you've earned a ticket, you can put it in the drawing for the prize of your choosing. At the end of the challenge, one winner will be chosen for each prize!
Blind Date with a Book
Go on a blind date with a book without ever seeing the cover or reading the synopsis!
From February 1-28, the library will have a new display, Blind Date with a Book. All books on this display will be wrapped so you can't see the book! Pick out your next read by only reading key words or phrases about the book. Take it home, unwrap it, and see your next read. We hope you enjoy your blind date with a book!
School And Craft Supply Cart
Help yourself to any of the school and craft supplies we have on our supply cart in the library. It is located by the study tables next to our nonfiction section. Maybe you need some craft supplies to finish a school project! Or a scientific graphing calculator to finish your math homework! Whatever it is you need, we have it! And if we don't, we can try our best to get it! All we ask is that you don't take the supplies out of the library, and only use what you need, so everyone can have a chance to enjoy it!
Supplies on cart include: Pens, pencils, highlighters, pencil sharpeners, erasers, notebook paper, copy paper, stapler, staple remover, scissors, craft scissors, rubber bands, white out, rulers, calculator, scientific calculator, TI-84 scientific graphing calculator, compass, protractor, rulers, glue sticks, glue, tape, markers, colored pencils, crayons, construction paper, scrap paper, poms, jewels, googly eyes, craft sticks, modeling air dry clay, decorative tape, yarn, twine, ribbon, foam sheets, and pipe cleaners. Plus there will be more to come!
Any library cardholder in good standing may check out a Museum Pass for a period of seven days for free entry into a local museum, park, or historic site. Inquire at the circulation desk today!
New Mexico FamilyPass - The New Mexico State Library, in partnership with local public libraries in New Mexico and the museums and historic sites of the Department of Cultural Affairs has offered the New Mexico FamilyPass to library card holders throughout the state! The FamilyPass provides free admission for up to six people to any of the Department of Cultural Affairs museums and historic sites.
- 7 New Mexico Historic Sites, Statewide
- New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe
- New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe
- Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe
- Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe
- New Mexico Museum of Space History, Alamogordo
- New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque
- National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
- New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces
Explora Museum Pass - This museum pass will provide free entry for up to four people to the amazingly fun and interactive Explora museum and science center in Albuquerque! This non-profit organization always has exciting, dynamic learning exhibits fit for all ages.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History Pass - The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is an intriguing place to learn the story of the Atomic Age - from early conception, the Manhattan Project, and the Cold War, to today's peaceful uses of nuclear technology. This museum pass will provide free entry for two adults and up to four children