All branches closed for Thanksgiving Day, November 27
Register This Fall!
Many Great River Regional Library branches have their fall program schedules organized already.
Charlie Roth is bringing his roots blues to Buffalo. Minnesota’s favorite vocalist Prudence Johnson will interpret classic standards with pianist Don Chouinard in “The Golden Age of Radio” at Paynesville. Cokato’s library is preparing a program on “Mozart, the Boy Genius.” You can learn about “The Art and Tradition of Ventriloquism” at Delano or “Swing into Fall” with music from the Knudtson Family in Little Falls. Vocalist and harpist Chris Ward will take you “From Bach to Broadway” at the Long Prairie library. Brian Freeman, international bestselling author of psychological suspense novels will talk at the Monticello library, and you can celebrate “Roald Dahl Day” Sept. 14 in St. Cloud. Learn about WWII WASPs at the Rockford library and read to a Therapy Dog in Waite Park. Libraries across the region are scheduling their book clubs, anime clubs, baby bounces, toddler times and story times now. Talk with library staff to find out what they’re planning and keep in touch through the Events page at griver.org.