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Library News Archive: January 2011
Escape the winter blues and join us at the Delano Library for a cozy quilt display during the month of February. The 30 quilts hanging all over the library highlight the creativity and artistry of each individual quilter. This handcrafted exhibit features both hand and machine quilting. Read more »
Learn about local candidates for office: Number 5 in a series of uses for your library card.
Who you gonna call?
When the elections roll around, you want good information. You want to know who your local candidates are, what your candidates’ records are on the issues, and you want balanced information. Read more »
Join jazz musicians George Maurer and Rachel Holder at Bloom Coffee Shop in Paynesville (202 Washburne Ave) for another in the "In Bloom" music series, sponsored by the Paynesville branch of Great River Regional Library. Read more »
Saturday, January 22, the Belgrade Library is offering a class on reverse fabric dying. You will learn to create your own designs on fabric using household products. Then on January 29 the class will focus on using your dyed fabric to sew a tote. Both classes will run from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. For books on this topic check out the booklist. Read more »
An initial view of statistical reports of library usage for 2010 suggests it was a record-setting year in almost every category. Read more »
The 2011 winter reading program at Great River Regional Library (GRRL) includes some special incentives: two OverDrive-compatible mp3 players and two Barnes & Noble NOOK e-readers! (OverDrive provides the interface for GRRL’s digital library service with eBooks and eAudiobooks.) Read more »
Great River Regional Library (GRRL) has opportunities to serve on the Board of Trustees.
The Board is comprised of 15 members as appointed by their respective County Boards of Commissioners according to the provisions of the regional service agreement and representing the counties of Benton, Morrison, Sherburne, Stearns, Todd and Wright. Read more »