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Adult Storytime @ the Rooster


Why should kids have all the fun? Listen as stories are read out loud while you enjoy a glass of beer or wine (or coffee or soda).

Stories are from a wide range of fun genres but do contain some adult language and mild adult themes, therefore this event is not suitable for children.

ALSO featuring John Weiss reading from his book, BACK ROADS, “the best of the best by Rochester Post-Bulletin columnist.”
Local students from Stories: YES Houston will eagerly collect your stories (if you choose) about work life in Houston County at the event, too!

Presented in partnership with the Friends of the Caledonia Public Library and Stories: YES Houston

**Does “ADULT” mean something risqué? HAHA, NO! It just means leave the kids at home and make it a date night.**

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Meet Libby


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.

Friends Library News Support Your Library

Friends of the Library Book Sale

The Caledonia Friends of the Library will be holding a book sale in front the library on September 15 and 16, during the Citywide Rummage Sale.

Stop by Friday afternoon to get some free ice cream!

Library News

September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month!

September is National Library Card Sign-up Month!   All month long the American Library Association and public libraries around the country join together to highlight the value of a library card.

Library Card Sign-up Month has been held each September since 1987 to mark the beginning of the school year. Libraries want to remind the citizens of our communities, especially parents and kids, that signing up for a library card is your most important school supply.

Library cards are free to all Minnesota residents. Borrowing and computer privileges are granted on the spot. All we need is your address, phone number, and parent’s signature if you are under 18.

How much money can you save?  Check out this Library Value Calculator to total savings.