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4th Annual Chocolate Bake-Off

FREE DIETSCH's CHOCOLATE!

Now that we have your attention: We'd like to announce that it's time for the Ada Public Library 4th Annual Chocolate Bake-off

The rules are this simple--there's only 1 rule:
Bake or make something that showcases chocolate as the main ingredient, and bring it to the Library on Wednesday, February 3rd, by 5:45p.m. 

Local celebrity judges will decide who's mastered the art of chocolate and the winner will take home 1lb of Dietsch's Chocolates!

The event is FREE and open to all--come and enjoy sampling a variety of desserts!

Your turn to roll the dice

Their are playing board games at the Ada Public Library this month. The next teen board games session is 3:30 pm, Monday, Jan. 25. Contact the library for details. (Photo from library Facebook)

32,529 patrons visit Ada Public Library in 2015

By Amanda Bennett

The Ada Public Library is proud to announce its 2015 statistics, and would also like to recognize the hard work of its staff, particularly, Ms. Natalie Walton, Youth Service Coordinator, without who's tireless efforts and energy so many programs would not happen!

In 2015 the Ada Public Library:

Library Holiday Hours

Come in and get your items before the long holiday weekend.
The Ada Library's hours are as follows for the New Year's celebrations:

Thursday, December 31st - CLOSE at 3p.m.
Friday, January 1st - CLOSED
Saturday, January 2nd - CLOSED

We will reopen on Monday, January 3rd for normal business hours!

Toss the traditional library silence mode out the window for this party

By Monty Siekerman
A teen Christmas party Thursday at the Ada Public Library was anything but calm and quiet, contrary to the traditional library mode of near silence.

When a bunch of teens gather to have fun, it's a noisy occasion, but no matter they had their own room for games, cookie decorating, and gift exchange.

Enjoying the party are (from left) Drew Hadley, Deavan Scott, Kameron Mooney, Jon Allen, Wes Allen, and Leah Conley.

Explaining a game (candy was the reward) are Natalie Walton, youth services librarian, and her husband, Josh.

Pass the red icing, please

Decorating holiday cookies at the Ada Public Library on Wednesday are (from left) Kaitlyn Michael, Leah Conley, and Carmen Mancuso.

Holiday cooking and baking are a part of the holiday tradition in many homes. These youth are learning early on how to fancy up sweets for guests (and themselves).

More than one cookie got eaten during the decorating at the library...and it was fun to lick the icing off the fingers, too. (Monty Siekerman photo)

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