Featured Library Events -
Calendar of all meetings and events
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2013 Display Calendar
Featured Library Events
library events (pdf)
- Closed for the Memorial Day Holiday
Saturday, May 25 - Monday, May 27
- Summer Reading Program
Monday, June 10 - Friday, August 23
The theme this year is Dig into Reading which will feature books and
programs that look at dirt, digging, gardens, and anything else we
can dig into. The Summer Library Program will consist of two parts,
Independent Reading Program and the
Activity Sessions. Sign-up begins on Monday, June 10. There is
Kiddie Parade on Saturday, July 13.
- Paws to Read - Read to a Dog
Wednesday, May 29 from 4:00 - 5:30pm
Wednesday, June 12 from 4:00 - 5:30pm
In the Children's Program Room
Sign up for a time for children to read to a dog by calling Monica
- Teen Book Club
Tuesday, June 11 at 4pm
The Selection by Kiera Cass
- Father Jack Frerker Reading from His Latest Mystery:
Tuesday, June 18 at 7pm in the Lower Level
In Frerker’s seventh novel, Crosswords, Father John
in Algoma discovers notes in his newspaper box in the form of
crossword puzzle answers and soon realizes they signify a threat to
his life. Father Frerker will also be talking about the
writing process and self-publishing. Join us for an entertaining
evening! Copies will be available for purchase & signing.
- HomeGrown: 2013 Flower Arranging Contest
Entries due by 6:00pm on Wednesday, July 10, on display June 11-13.
Competition Categories: ‘Homegrown on the Kinni’, Reflections,
Traditional and Miniature. Entry forms and rules available at the
library and the bank.
Click here for an entry form/rules.
- Teen Book Club
Tuesday, July 9 at 4pm
To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis
- Lego Summer Mondays!
1:30-2:30pm on June 17, July 1, 18, & 29 and August 12
Do you love Legos? Come join us for an hour of building and
creativity with everyone’s favorite bricks. Sign-up for each session
one week in advance.
- Kinnickinnic Country
A new book about River Falls in 1940s and '50s by Mark Wyman and
Don Richards that begins where
Kinnickinnic Years left off. Pick up a copy at the library for $15 or
get a copy by mail.