If you have a little bit cabin fever this winter, the Cherry Valley Public Library says it wants you to come play a round of mini golf.
Families can come pay $5 per person to put nine holes inside the library as well as participate in a silent auction. Organizers say all those dollars will then go toward helping the library expand to add a new youth learning center and a drive through book drop off.
"We do a lot of programs for kids all throughout the year -- all throughout the school year -- and so we would really like to have a dedicated space," Jane Lenser, the director of the Cherry Valley Public Library says.
That plan is still in the very early stages. Library directors say they hope to begin construction on that within the next three to four years.
If you didn't have a chance to come out today, you'll still have an opportunity tomorrow from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.