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MinneSnowta Time!

MinneSnowta Time!

Increase your winter reading fun by joining the Great River Regional Library's winter reading program. Read more »

Techboomers

Techboomers

Techboomers is an excellent website geared toward older adults and those new to technology. Read more »

A Year In Reading

A Year In Reading

Read a Book Set Somewhere You'd Like to Travel!

Begin the new year's calendar of reading challenges by visiting a country through the pages of a book. Read more »

Give Us Your Story

Give Us Your Story

In celebration of Short Story Writing Month, ShoStoWriMo, write a short, short story based on this vintage picture from the St. Paul Winter Carnival.
GRRL has 32 branch locations, so 32 words is the limit for your brilliant story. Read more »

Don't miss the last installment of "Gear Up for NaNoWriMo" at the St. Cloud Library

Don't miss the last installment of "Gear Up for NaNoWriMo" at the St. Cloud Library

  Wednesday, December 2nd at 6:30 is the last installment of "Gear Up for NaNoWriMo" by Lisa McClintick.  Besides using precise word choices, we’ll look at the rhythm of how they’re put together using examples using a variety of writers known for languid descriptions, snappy dialogue or staccato sentences. Room 208. Read more »

Read Book Blogs

Read Book Blogs

As we enter December, the year of reading challenges reaches its conclusion with this: Read a book recommended on a blog! Read more »

Enjoy Your library!

Enjoy Your library!

A great community library reflects a great community, and a big part of that is making the library fit what the community needs!
The Great River Regional Library has a variety of ways you can give us input to make your library better. Read more »

November Reading

November Reading

Continue your Year of Reading by reading an award winning book this November. Read more »

Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports

Did you know that Great River Regional Library has Consumer Reports magazines?
We do, and they are even searchable with keywords! Follow these instructions to get started! Read more »

Yorkville Twins: Hilarious Adventures of Growing Up in New York City

Yorkville Twins: Hilarious Adventures of Growing Up in New York City

Twin brothers Joe and John Gindele provide a humorous look back at their childhood in New York City's Upper East Side in the 1940s-1950s. After high school they moved to Minnesota where they attained degrees and began lengthy teaching careers. But they have fond memories of the ethnic neighborhood in which they grew up. Read more »