Please join us in the Mississippi Room at the St. Cloud Public Library for May's First Thursday with Trio Mexico! Featuring traditional Mexican music, Trio Mexico will serenade with ballads, boleros, love songs, and mariachi music on Thursday, May 2 from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. The whole family is invited.
Using social media in promoting your artistic business, journey, or life can be useful and and an inexpensive way to raise awareness and customers. How you use it, and not use it, can be instrumental to your long term goals. 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 »
Minnesota's State History Day is Saturday, May 4. Between now and then students across the state will be developing presentations and information on the history day topic: "Turning Points In History: People, Ideas, Events."
Do you need help with your History Day Projects?
Come to our Hullabaloo at the St. Cloud Public Library! Read more »
We're giving away our old magazines (from 2010 or older) at the St. Cloud Public Library. Do you have any craft projects that need paper? Are you planning on doing collage or decoupage in the new year? Want to relive celebrity scandals, check for recipes, get fitness tips for all seasons? Read more »
This hands-on, one night workshop will focus on the ins and outs of developing, writing, and formatting proposals for individual artist funding opportunities in Minnesota and beyond. It is presented by Peter Happel Christian for Visual Arts Minnesota. All are welcome to attend on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the St. Read more »