Z Juggling Rosenschnoz program was held at Lincoln Park in Staples as part of Railroad Days festivities. Children and their families enjoyed the juggling and magic tricks on a Sunday afternoon in the park. This program was sponsored through the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage funds and the Staples Motley Area Arts Council.
Does the thought of sending an email make you run for the hills? Is the only mouse you know the one that has a tail and likes cheese? Have no fear, "Welcome to Computers" classes are here! Read more »
Central Minnesota Libraries Exchange (CMLE), the library multitype region in Central Minnesota, is seeking a new volunteer to serve as a citizen board member. The initial term of board membership is through 2016. Applicants should have an interest in and support all kinds of library services. They must be willing to attend four daytime meetings a year (three in St. Read more »
Bring your questions.
For adults: Master Gardeners of Stearns County will be available to provide research based information from the University of Minnesota Extension on Thursday, June 19 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in the library's Array Room.
Feel free to bring your lunch and listen or ask your gardening questions.
Don't miss out on this fabulous opportunity to create wearable art at the St. Cloud Public Library. Create a jewelry masterpiece using an assortment of fun elements. All supplies included, but bring some old jewelry if you have some. For teens and adults. Preregistration is required. Thursday, June 19 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Read more »
Parents are their child’s first teacher, and simple activities that are done together can help plant the building blocks from which literacy grows. Read more »
The Twin Rivers Bella Corda is a Classical Guitar Ensemble of talented high school and junior high guitarists from all over Central MN that rehearse weekly. Come and hear their latest fingerstyle gems from 4:45-5:45 p.m. on Friday, May 2 in the Mississippi Community Room of the St. Cloud Public Library. Read more »
Staff have been contacting regional winners of the winter reading program prize drawing in order to present them with gift cards. Regional winner Betty Root (pictured), a Buffalo patron, chose a $25 Barnes and Noble gift card as her prize. Read more »