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Library News Archive: April 2012

Holocaust War Crime Trial Clerk Talks April 11

Holocaust War Crime Trial Clerk Talks April 11

Larry Tillemans, a clerk during the Nuremberg War Crime Trials, will speak about his WWII experience on Wednesday, April 11, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., in the Mississippi Room at the St. Cloud Public Library.  This talk is free and open to the public. Read more »

Put On Your Dancing Shoes, St. Cloud

Put On Your Dancing Shoes, St. Cloud

Saturday is for dancers; especially now that Dan Triplett from StudioJeff will be doing a 5-week series of introduction to dance at St. Cloud Public Library. Surprise your friends as you glide across the floor with your cha-cha chops; your electric slide grooves, and your boot scooting boogie. Read more »

Senator Franken Sponsoring Poetry Contest

Senator Franken Sponsoring Poetry Contest

In recognition of the “Military Child and National Poetry Month” in April, Senator Al Franken is hosting a poetry contest for all children of military families in Minnesota. There are three age categories:
1) Kindergarten to sixth grades
2) Seventh to ninth grades
3) 10th to 12th grades Read more »

Hopper Leaps Into Reading at Becker

Hopper Leaps Into Reading at Becker

Children at the Becker Public Library took a Leap Into Reading with Hopper the Frog on Tuesday, April 3. Becker Branch Assistant Jeannette Burkhardt read stories to a group of attentive children whose ages ranged from nine months to six years. They read a selection of entertaining frog stories, danced, and made clever little frog puppets with paper plates. Read more »

Teen Poetry Contest at Little Falls Through April!

Teen Poetry Contest at Little Falls Through April!

All teens are welcome to submit up to two entries in the Teen Poetry Contest at the Little Falls Public Library - Carnegie Library during April. All entries will be posted at the library (with permission) and prizes awarded to the top three as selected by a panel of judges. Stop by the Carnegie Library and pick up your entry form.