Love the holiday classic “Elf”? You might love it more when you’re shouting, singing, and snacking along with it!
Students in 6th-12th grade will receive prop bags and instructions for interacting with this beloved film. There will also be a snack bar with some of Buddy’s favorite treats. Rated PG. 97 minutes. For teens in grades 6-12.
Finding Frankenstein for Families: Learn more about the story of one of our most famous monsters and explore 4 hands-on STEM activities based on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. This event is presented by the Bakken Museum appropriate for ages 4 and up. This event is free!
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) believes stories matter. The event began in 1999, and in 2005, National Novel Writing Month became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. NaNoWriMo’s programs now include National Novel Writing Month in November, Camp NaNoWriMo, the Young Writers Program, Come Write In, and the “Now What?” Months.
- 402,142 participants, including 95,912 students and educators in the Young Writers Program, started the month as auto mechanics, out-of-work actors, and middle school English teachers. They walked away novelists.
- 972 volunteer Municipal Liaisons guided 646 regions on six continents.
- 1,195 libraries, bookstores, and community centers opened their doors to novelists through the Come Write In program.
- 65,962 Campers tackled a writing project—novel or not—at Camp NaNoWriMo.
Hundreds of NaNoWriMo novels have been traditionally published. They include Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants, Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus, Hugh Howey’s Wool, Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl, Jason Hough’s The Darwin Elevator, and Marissa Meyer’s Cinder.
Each year, authors offer mentorship to our participants through pep talks. Past author mentors have included Gene Luen Yang, Roxane Gay, John Green, N. K. Jemisin, and Veronica Roth.
Oct 11 // Internet Security
Oct 18 // Internet Basics
Oct 25 // Creating an Email Account
Nov 1 // Using Gmail and Google Drive
Nov 8 // Using the Library’s Online Catalog
Please call (507)725-2671 to register.
Join us for an evening of archaeology! The Caledonia Public Library will be hosting archaeologist Jaelyn Stebbins on November 8th at 6 p.m. Stebbins will be giving a talk on the archaeology of prehistoric Houston County. Stebbins will begin her talk with the first people who inhabited the area 13,000 years ago and will end it with first contact in the late 17th century. Stebbins will be available after the lecture to answer questions and identify artifacts. This event is free and open to the public.