Cheyenne’s Media Center is an exciting place to be!  Check out our 2021-2022 special events…

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Follett Virtual Book FairOct. 4 Oct. 29 – Join us for a virtual book fair!  Please read the Family Letter for more details. Click here to view some of the highlighted titles.

Follett In-Person Book FairOct. 25 – 29 – If you prefer shopping in-person, please join us October 25 – 29th in the Media Center.  The book fair is open from 8:15 – 2:15 PM on Monday – Thursday, and 8:15 – Noon on Friday. Students will have an opportunity to come to the book fair with their 6th/7th-grade Literacy class or 8th-grade English class throughout the week.  Click here to view some of the highlighted titles.

2022 Red Dirt VotingEnds Apr. 8th – Read three nominees and vote once for your favorite by April 8, 2022. By voting, you are registered to win a prize!


Check out these book-related community events…

Teen Talk – join the Metropolitan Library Systems’ Remind group to get updates on all of the teen public library events.

Nathan Hale Author VisitOct. 30 – Best of Books is pleased to announce that Nathan Hale, author of the Hazardous Tales series, will be visiting their store on Saturday, October 30th at 1pm to celebrate the release of the graphic novel Cold War Correspondent! For more information about the event, go to There is an Eventbrite page for registration listed there, too.

World Read Aloud DayFeb. 2nd – World Read Aloud Day is an opportunity for people all around the world to create community through storytelling.

Read Across America DayMar. 2nd –  The National Education Association is calling America’s children, both young and old, to celebrate the joys of reading on March 2. Learn more at

National Library WeekApr. 3 – 9th – National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association.  It is a time to celebrate our nation’s libraries, library workers’ contributions and promote library use and support.  Tuesday, April 5 is National Library Workers Day, a day for library staff, users, administrators and Friends groups to recognize the valuable contributions made by all library workers.

D.E.A.R. DayApr. 12th – D.E.A.R. stands for “Drop Everything and Read,” a national celebration of reading designed to remind families to make reading a priority activity in their lives. On this day, families are encouraged to take at least 30 minutes to put aside all distractions and enjoy books together. What will you be reading?

Get Caught Reading MonthMay 1 – 31st – This nationwide campaign aims to remind people of all ages how much fun it is to read. It is sponsored by the Association of American Publishers (AAP) and the Magazine Publishers of America (MPA).

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