We’re thrilled to announce a new session of fall classes for youth and adults in collaboration with Caledonia Public Library and Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts! This round of classes is very flexible to fit into everyone’s changing schedules.
Youth ages 7-12 will flex their creative muscles with free art kits and weekly surprise art projects in Surprise Art Program.
Youth & adults ages 13+ can join in for a completely self-paced guided Houston County: Playful Postcards class.
All participants will receive access to a series of short yoga classes for youth and adults from Mainspring.
All of these programs are FREE — but registration is required. Please follow the event links for registration and more info!
This project is made possible with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the people of Minnesota for Library Legacy activities.
Great News during this stay at home and social distancing period, if you have someone in the family , or know someone that does NOT have a library card…NO WORRIES. They can sign up online for an Instant Digital Card to access our free e-books and resources. Just click on the link below to sign up for instance access.
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Good news! As of January 1st, all five of the Houston County Public Libraries eliminated fines on overdue children’s books and audio-books! (Fees will still apply to kid’s DVDs, adult materials, and lost or damaged materials.) We hope to encourage a love of reading without fear of fines! Have questions? Ask them below or give us a call!
Meet Libby, a new app built with 💕 for readers to discover and enjoy eBooks and audiobooks from your library. Inspired by user and library feedback, Libby was designed to get people reading as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
Now, readers are just one tap away from unlocking the power of the written word from the public library. All you need is a library card to get started.
The Caledonia Public Library is proud of the talented and diverse group of volunteers who donate their time to helping the library run smoothly. A variety of short-term and ongoing volunteer projects may be available.
There are many positions for a wide variety of schedules, skills, and interests including:
general office opportunities:
- cleaning and straightening shelves
- cleaning computers
- re-shelving materials
- rotating magazines
- cleaning toys
- decorating library
computer and creative opportunities:
- assisting with updating social media
- maintaining the website
- creating and sending the newsletter
- creating pamphlets and flyers
- marketing and advocating for the library
- assisting with the summer learning program
- facilitating programs
- leading a book club