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Re-Opening Kansas Information

Kansas State Governor Kelly Update

Update 5/22/2020: A modified Phase Two is listed Here. Set to start today, May 22nd.

Key Notes for the modified Phase 2:


Summer 2020 Plans for Colby Rec. Department

The Colby Recreation Department has laid out its plan for starting up activities for the summer of 2020. Registration for such activities will continue to be available. Deadline for summer baseball/softball is May 19. Deadline for Co-Ed softball is June 15th and swim lessons will be available until registration slots are filled or the day that the session begins. 
Here is a timeline of events happening:

Picnic In The Park Starts June 10th

This free family event is held in Fike Park during June and July at noon. Bring your lawn chairs and picnic basket and enjoy the park and live musical local talent. Events are subject to change to follow guidelines from the Governor of Kansas. Face masks are recommended and please try to keep the recommended 6 ft. distance as possible in between family picnics and in meal lines.
Schedule for 2020
June 10th – Bugbee Sisters and Hi-Plains Coop free will donation hot dog feed with proceeds to benefit the Colby Kiwanis Fireworks display.
June 24th – Jan Barnum and free will donation sloppy joe feed sponsored by the Colby Rotary Club.
July 8th – Gary Wiggins and free will donation meal (sponsorship TBA)
July 22nd – O’Brien Keys and Strings and free will donation meal sponsored by the Downtown Business Association
Call 785-460-7643 for more information.

Legion Chicken Fry

The American Legion Post #363 is hosting a Chicken Fried Steak Night on Saturday, June 6th from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Legion (1850 W. 4th St., Colby). It will be a drive through with to-go orders only. For more information call Tracey Galli at (785) 462-0450.


Atwood Public Library Re-Opening

Atwood Public Library Re-Opening
Monday, May 18th

Some things you need to know!
we will have only two computers available for use. Only adults will be allowed to use the computers at this time. There will be a 30 minute time limit on usage.

If you feel more comfortable with curb-side service once we reopen we will accommodate that. Patrons will be allowed to browse materials and check items out if they wish.

There will be no toys/puzzles in the children's area. There will be no Wii usage.

Seating will be limited throughout the building to be proactive about social distancing.

We will have some social distancing prompts at the circulation desk.

These precautions will remain in place until further notice.
If you have questions, just ask!