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I Am Pilgrim

The River

Fives and Twenty Fives

The VB6 Cookbook

The Good Girl

Fly a Little Higher

California

Lucky Us

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We want your Input!

As always, we welcome your input for programs you'd like to see or perhaps would like to lead at the library. Use this survey or contact us via phone or email with your input. For any questions about programs, email Annice or call us at (320) 235-3162.

Book a Librarian

Ask a Librarian

Set up an hour long one-on-one session with a librarian for help with researching a topic, basic computer skills, finding books to read and more. To set up an appointment, use the online form or call the library.

Craft Circle

yarn and knitting needles

Wednesday, October 22, 3-5PM Bring your knitting, crochet, needlepoint or other craft and join others as we craft together in this supportive environment. All skill levels are welcome. The craft circle occurs every fourth Wednesday of the month.

iPad: The Apps

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Tuesday, October 28, 10AM iPad: the Apps will teach you tips and tricks for using the apps preinstalled on your iPad. In this class, we will be going over Safari, Photos, Notes, Calendar and more! If you do not have an iPad to bring we have a limited number for use during this class. Registration is required and can be done by contacting the library or using this online form.

Coffee and a Classic

Wednesday, November 5th, 2PM Coffee and a Classic, a new program at the library, will occur every first Wednesday of the month at 2PM. Come enjoy coffee, a light afternoon snack and a classic movie. Call the library for details on the movies that will be playing each month.

A cup of coffee

 

Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger

Whodunit Book Club

November 4th at 6PM (date change due to holiday) Introducing a new book club for mystery lovers! The Whodunit Book Club will meet every second Tuesday of the month at the library. For this book club, we will read a mystery novel and complete a hands on activity related to the book. For November we are reading Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger. Set in Minnesota, Ordinary Grace follows the boyhood of Frank Drum, who is forced to grow up quickly when tragedy strikes his family. Telling the story 40 years later, he recounts how he was thrown into trying to understand a world that seemed to be falling apart around him.

OverDrive Series

Missed our OverDrive Classes? The recorded session has been posted on our Catalog page!

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