Library Column for January 16, 2019

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The library has a new art display in our lobby! Come check out the work by Nicole Leckner. We have had a couple of new artists display in the last year and it is so exciting to see new artists stepping up and sharing their works with the community.  If you have work that can be hung on a wall and would like to display at the library, please come talk to me. We usually have high school art students display in March and April but the rest of the year is open for a two month display, so May/June, July/August, September/October and November/December are available.

Check out our daily trivia quiz on our Facebook page, then visit the library with the answer and earn a free digital movie if you are the first one into the library with the correct answer.  New questions are posted at 3pm each day with answers needed by 3pm the next day to qualify for a prize. Contest is open to all of any age with questions varying greatly in difficulty.

It is Icebox Days this weekend and the library is ready with Supernatural Lake Superior presented by Chad Lewis and sponsored by the Arrowhead Library System with funding provided by Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund on Thursday evening January 17th at 6:30 pm in the library meeting room. Join us for this enlightening hour long program for anyone ages 13 and above.

Then preschoolers and their families are welcome to come on Saturday, January 19th between 10 am – 1pm to enjoy games, books, snack and more. Come dressed as royalty and learn about knights, princesses and princes. Then get signed up for the library Ready to Read program and earn free books for your child until they enter Kindergarten. Stop by before or after other Icebox Days events to warm up and take a breather from the excitement.

The Preschool Book Club will meet on Tuesday, January 22nd at 6:30 pm to enjoy experiences around the book A Color of His Own by Leo Lionni. Each family attending will get a copy of the book to keep. All families with children of preschool age are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Think Small ParentPowered Texts send fun facts, and easy tips on how to promote your child’s learning. Each week you’ll receive three text messages designed to help get your child ready for kindergarten. All messages are based on the child’s birth date, which guarantees timely, developmentally appropriate content and advice. To sign-up text “TS” to 70138 or stop by the library and we’ll take your contact information to submit to Think Small. There is no charge for this service due to grants and support from the Bush Foundation and Target.

The library will be closed on Monday, January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Regular library hours will resume on Tuesday. Regular hours are Monday – Wednesday 10am – 8pm, Thursday and Friday 10am – 6pm and Saturday 10am – 3pm.

 

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