Worried about COVID in a public space like the library? Rest assured we here at the Fowler Public Library follow standard procedures (like mandatory masks, 6-foot distancing and hand sanitizing) and take extra measures like sterilizing the whole facility every night with the Victory Electrostatic Sprayer!
"The Gold Bug" was Edgar Allen Poe's most popular short story while he was alive. This version appears in the book, "The Young Folks' Shelf of Books: Stories that Never Grow Old," published in 1948 and is on display inside our library.
Won't you join me as I raise this book in honor of National Library Week and celebrate Fowler's famous GOLD BUG?
We want you to sow some free seeds wherever you please!
Visitors to the Fowler Public Library are encouraged to peruse our diverse collection of HEIRLOOM SEEDS available NOW at the front desk!
Plentiful and FREE are the flowers, vegetables, fruits and legume seeds inside our library.
Flower varieties include Cosmos, Butterfly flowers and Holly Hock Queenie White.
Nestled between cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, squashes and lettuce seeds are several varieties of pumpkins, kale, beans, radishes, turnips and beets! Fennel, pak choy, CHICORY (the preferred coffee additive of librarian Miss Whit's great-grandmother!) are not to be outshined by the juicy promises of a variety of melons, cantaloupes and many more!
The famed Lonesome Dove author is alive and well in the Fowler Public Library. Come in and check out his living works such as Cadillac Jack, Buffalo Girls and Sin Killer. Many more titles await your touch on the shelves of the Fowler Public Library.