Temporary Expanded Hours Begin September 21

Trails Regional Library is excited to announce temporary expanded hours for Technology Appointments and Curbside Service. These new hours will go into effect on Monday, September 21. Please see below for the updates to your local branch. Concordia BranchTues-Fri: 10am – 6pmSaturday: 10am – 3pmClosed Sunday & Monday Holden BranchTues- Fri: 10am – 6pmSaturday: 10am […]

Waverly Branch Closed Until 9/28

No Curbside or Technology appointments All holds will be saved for later pickup No bookdrop access Due dates extended A library staff member at the Waverly branch was exposed to COVID-19. The Waverly branch will cease curbside service, technology appointments, and bookdrop access until Monday, September 28.  Any member of the public who visited the […]

September Virtual Events

Trails Regional Library continues to offer virtual events each month on a variety of topics. In September, patrons can register to attend live virtual programs including a two-part series on Google My Business management and an adult book club. Patrons can tune in every Tuesday and Wednesday morning at 10:00am to the Trails Regional Library […]

Lexington Renovation Project

The Lexington Branch will be undergoing renovations beginning Wednesday, August 26 and lasting an estimated three weeks. During this time, the book drop will be moved to the Main Street entrance of the building and will only be available during business hours, listed below: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday10:00am – 3:00pm Tuesday2:00pm – 7:00pm We apologize […]

Technology Appointments Begin August 24

COVID-19 Re-Opening Update  To ensure it is operating as safely as possible, Trails Regional Library is taking a phased approach to resuming services at its branches. Beginning August 24, patrons will be able to reserve appointments to enter the library buildings for technology services for a maximum of 60 minutes per customer. Please review the […]

Missouri Bicentennial Poster Contest

The Missouri Bicentennial Commission is sponsoring a bicentennial poster competition, open to Missouri students in third through twelfth grades. The competition will result in four posters commemorating Missouri’s bicentennial of statehood. Selected designs will best interpret the theme Sharing Missouri’s Stories: Past, Present, and Future. Find competition guidelines here:https://missouri2021.org/missouri-bicentennial-poster Trails Regional Library will serve as […]

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Young Adult Book Club Survey

We are looking to expand our virtual Book Club options with a new Young Adult Book Club. This program aims to connect young adult readers with conversations about some of the most exciting YA books. To start off the book club, we will be choosing one of four choices:  The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln, by […]

Storywalks® Coming to Trails Near You

Trails Regional Library is excited to announce a new outdoor activity for patrons to engage with reading! We are placing StoryWalks® in communities throughout Johnson and Lafayette counties. StoryWalk® is a fun, educational activity that paces a children’s storybook along a popular walking route in the community. StoryWalk® was created as a way for people […]

New Virtual Technology Programs

We are excited to expand our offerings of virtual Technology Programs, including an extra session of our resume class! Join us online or watch our presentations on Youtube. Creating a Resume with Google Docs Thursday, July 16 at 11:00 am In this virtual program you will learn about creating a Resume with Google Docs. Accessing […]