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Annual Book Sale at the Woodcarvers Festival, always the last Saturday in July
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Brainerd Public Library - Directions to Library
Check out the Brainerd Public Library's Newsletter HERE
To see the 2017 Crow Wing Master Gardener Monthly Presentations click HERE
Brainerd Public Library's great monthly programming for ages 8 up -- HERE
Brainerd Public Library April and May Events
Read to Shadow the Read Dog on Thursdays - Come and read to Shadow. Shadow is a 4 year old collie that loves to listen to kids
read to him. Call the library to sign up to read to Shadow. (218)829-5574.
ECFE comes to the library on Thursdays from 11am-12noon - Join us for fun classes for preschool age children with an ECFE teacher.
Bring your little one to baby storytime Thursdays at 11:15am while your older kids experience learning new things with an Early Childhood Family Education teacher.
Every Thursday when school is in session.
Work of Art Workshop on "Legal Considerations" - Wednesday, April 26th from 1-3:30pm - Obtain general information about your
intellectual property, contract basics, and structuring your artistic business. Register by calling (218)829-5574.
Brown Bag Author, Anne Dunn - 12:00pm - Ann will discuss her new book Fire in the Village which includes 75 stories. This
collecticollection includes creation myths, fables, and legends of survival. Anne is an Anishinabeg-Ojibwe grandmother storyteller.
Mondays, May 1st and 8th from 6-7pm - Learn to knit with step by step basics. Build knitting skills one square at a time by practicing
between class dates and discover the joy of knitting.
Please register for these classes by calling (218)829-5574.*
WWI History with Arn Kind - Tuesday, May 2nd at 6pm - Arn Kind will dress the part for this exciting living history program as you learn about
the causes of the war, why Americans gotinvolved, strategies used to win the war, the role women played, and the life of a typical Minnesota
Work of Art - Saturday, May 6th: 2 Classes
10:00am-12:30pm - Pricing- Discover an an analytical approach to defining key elements that will help you calculate the costs and prices
of your art for a variety of markets.
2:00pm-4:00pm - Time Management - Discover analytical and tool-based approaches to tackle hurdles related to efficiency, flexibility and
your work-life balance.
Please register for these classes by calling 218-829-5574*
Edible Landscaping Gardening Class - Tuesday, May 9th @ 12noon - Looking for great ideas on how to mix fruits and
vegetables with your flowers and shrubs? This presentation will show you how to eat local, from your own garden, without the long straight rows
in the backyard. Please register by calling the library at 218-829-5574.
Crafternoons @ Your Library: Handmade Mini Journals - Thursday, May 11th @ 2pm - Second Thursday of each month. On this Crafternoon learn to create
quick and easy booklets using only a few tools and paper. See how to vary the techniques to make journals for personal use and gift items. Taught by
Lily A. All supplies are provided for this free series for adults by the Friends of the Brainerd Public Library. Registration is required by calling
the library at 218-829-5574. Others are welcome to drop in and color or work on your own crafts.
Adult Knitting 101 - Thursdays, May 11th and 18th from 6-7:00pm - Learn to knit with step by step basics. Build knitting skills
one square at a time by practicing between class dates and discover the joy of knitting.
Please register for these classes by calling 218-829-5574.*
Books Burgers and Brews Book Club - Monday, May 15 from 6:00-8:00pm @ Prairie Bay in Baxter- We will be discussing the book The Nest
by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney. Click here to RSVP and then pick up a copy of the book at the
Brainerd Public Library.
Adult Knitting 102: Advanced Stitches - Tuesdays, May 16 and 23 from 6-7:00pm- Build on the basics by learning new stitches in
knitting. Learn to read a pattern. Discover essential skills by practicing basic knit and purl stitches and enjoy making something unique.
Please register for these classes by calling 218-829-5574.*
Work of Art - Thursday, May 18th from 1:00-3:30pm "Funding" - Learn how to think creatively about diversifying your funding
streams by exploring traditional and new models for generating value, resources, and revenue. Please register for these clases by calling
Genealogy - Saturday, May 20th - Alice Eichholz, Ph.D., CG and nationally known family history researcher, writer, adult
educator, and genetic genealogist will present three genealogy topics:
10:30-11:00am: "The DNA Side of Genealogy"
11:30am-12:30pm: "I Took a DNA Test - Now What?"
1:30-2:30pm: "Sisters, Aunts, Mothers, Daughters: Adding Women to the Family Tree"
Sign up for one or all three of the sessions by calling the library at 218-829-5574.*
Pool Noodle Structures - Monday, May 22nd from 3:30-4:30pm - How high can you build with pieces of foam pool noodles? Can you build
something that floats? You'll learn fun new ways to use the noodles. And you thought they were only for the beach! Imagination Mondays are offered
every month for kids ages 8-12. No registration needed.
Traditional Anishinaabe Songs with Lyz Jaakola - Monday, May 22nd @ 5:30pm - Lyz will be sharing a variety of traditional
Anishinaaabe songs that she arranged as well as the traditions and that surround them.*
Reading by Design Summer Reading Program Starts June 1st - Build your best summer ever! We've got a great blueprint planned for
our 2017 Summer Reading Program. Readers from babies to teens will celebrate our them, Reading By Design. We'll create and connect our way through games,
stories, crafts and more. Cement your plans to include the library this summer and earn great prizes!
The Library will be closedd on May 29th in honor of Memorial Day.
Yarn Bomb the Library! - Help us yarn bomb the library by knitting or crocheting a 6 by 6 inch patch for us to sew together to cover
different parts of the library! Yarn will be available at the library in April and May for people to use to create a patch. We will also have
knitting workshops for adults and teens in April and May. Call the library at (218)829-5574 for more information and to register for a knitting class.
The library now offers free basic computer classes every month. Call the library to register at 218-829-5574.
Click here for March and April classes.
Regular Brainerd Public Library Events
Family Story Time-Every Monday @ 6:00pm
Family Story Time-Every Tuesday @ 10:15am
Baby Story Time-Every Thursday @ 11:15am
Family Story Time-Third Wednesday of every month @ 11:15am **NEW**
Family Movie Time-Every Wednesday @ 3:30pm
Brainerd Adult Book Club-Second Wednesday of every month @ 2:00pm.
For more information call the Brainerd Public Library @ 829-5574 or visit www.krls.org
All programs are free of charge.
*This free Legacy Program is funded in part or in whole with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008 which dedicated funding to preserve Minnesota's art and cultural heritage.
The Brainerd Public Library has a viewer with large flat-screen monitor to increase the size of materials. Patrons can use the machine to increase the size of magazines, newspapers, books and more. The machine is located by the References Desk. Many thanks to Brainerd Lions and Baxter Lions for the donation for this machine with the assistance of the Nisswa Lions.
Cass Lake Community Library - Directions to Library
Margaret Welch Memorial Library - Directions to Library
Birthday Book Club for Kids - at the Longville Library
All you need to do is: Be a kid!
With your parents, come to the Longville Library during the month of your birthday and apply for a library card, if you don't already have one. Small kids may check out items on their parent's card.
Check out a minimum of 3 books that day, sign the Birthday Club Register, and receive your plush birthday bear!
Have a Great Birthday!!!
2015 First Friday Book Club:
Meets at 10:00am on the 1st Friday of each month
at the St. Edwards Catholic Church in Longville.
Volunteers needed to be discussion leaders!
New members welcome!
Mobile Library - Directions to Library
Park Rapids Area Library - Directions to Library
Park Rapids Area Reads Together!/Teens Read Together!
All area residents are invited to participate.
The chosen book is, A Good Time For the Truth: Race in Minnesota.
for an informational poster.
CLICK HERE for
the press release about the program.
Native Pride Arts: Larry Yazzie Returns!
Experience the artistry of Native Pride Dancer, Larry Yazzie, as he performs majestic movements passed down by his ancestors through song and dance. Educational and entertaining
for audiences of all ages.
Thursday, February 16
2:00pm at Pine Point School, Ponsford
7:00pm at Armory Square, Park Rapids
Pine River Public Library - Directions to Library
Pine River Public Library
See the krls.org
web site for a complete listing of all Legacy Fund programs in our region.
Wadena City Library - Directions to Library
2017 SNOW TIME TO READ
Wadena City Library's Adult Reading Program
Sunday, January 1st to Friday, March 31st
Patrons may register and keep track of their books online at http://krlssr.evanced.info
Or you may sign up and start turning your book logs starting on Tuesday, January 3rd in person.
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
Meets the second Tuesday of each month from noon to 1pm
at the St. Helens Episcopal Church (across the parking lot from the library).
Walker Public Library - Directions to Library
Book Discussion Group
Meets 4th Thursday of each month at 7 PM.
Contact library for titles to be discussed.
Check at the library for a list of upcoming events or go to the Walker Public Library Facebook page for updates. Library events are also published in the "On Deck" section of the Pilot-Independent newspaper.