Cokato Public Library is closed for renovations. The library will reopen Thursday, April 24.
Library News Archive: February 2013
Writers of fiction and nonfiction who have a regional or national audience will be visiting GRRL locations this spring.
One of the most prolific is Stan Tekiela, a Minnesota based naturalist and photographer with more than 100 popular state-specific bird, wildflower and tree guides to his name. Read more »
Royalton Public Library is housed in the Royalton City Hall building. Students from the Royalton Elementary School share their art work with the public at a gallery at Royalton City Hall. Patrons who visit the library enjoy viewing the ever-changing exhibit of student artwork. Read more »
The Okee Dokee Brothers, previously a little-known duo based in Minneapolis, captured the 2013 Grammy for best children's recording Sunday, Feb. 10 for their album "Can You Canoe?" The songs on the album were based on a month-long trip the duo took paddling down the Mississippi River. Read more »
Wanted: writers, journalists, poets, dreamers, diarists, essayists, and scribes…. For anyone interested in forming a writers group in the area, there will be a meeting at the St. Cloud Public Library, Room 259 on the upper level, on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Bring your lunch, if you like. This is a meeting for sharing ideas about ways writers can support each other. Read more »
Are you a student in elementary or middle school who could use some extra homework help? If so, help is on the way! On Saturday, March 9, from 2:30 - 5:00 p.m. members of the St. Cloud Public Library Teen Advisory Board will be available to help you with your homework. Does math make you mad? No problem, let us help. Does science stink? Bring it to us! Read more »
The St. Cloud Public Library has six privacy screens for the public to use on any Internet computer in the library. These screens make it difficult for others to see what's on your screen. The screens are perfect for doing taxes, banking, or typing a personal letter. For more information, or to check out one of these screens, please ask at the second floor Information Desk.