Directions to Branch: From Highway 371, take 3rd Street N four blocks to the east.
Brief History: Our unique stone building, featured in Doug Oman's book Libraries of Minnesota, was built in the early 1940s by the local Junior Chamber of
Commerce and the Commerce and Civic Association for use as a museum.
The Cass Lake Community Library opened in June 1947 in the old City
Hall, organized by the League of Women Voters and American Legion
Auxiliary with the help of volunteers. In November 1957 the library
moved across the street to the basement of the museum building. The
library joined KRLS in 1969. In June 1974 the library moved to the
upstairs of the beautiful stone building where we remain today.
Story time hours:
Call for schedule.
Local Library Board Meetings:
Last Tuesday of each month in Cass Lake Library Basement.
Local Cass Lake and Star Island History
Native American Histories
Free wireless Internet access and public Internet computers