Author Archives: Angie
Join us for a program with MNDOT, on their big trucks and machines, this Thurs., June 22nd, at 2 pm. See what these machines are used for and even sit in one. All ages are welcome.
We have a great program with the National Eagle Center coming up this Thurs., June 15th, at 2 pm. Learn all about eagle biology, ecology, natural history, and cultural connections. Presented by a naturalist interpreter and features a live eagle. … Continue reading
The start of the kids Summer Reading Program, Build a Better World, is less than a week away (starts June 5th). Ms. Cyndi has been hard at work getting everything ready for a great summer reading program. See the attached … Continue reading
The Library will be closed from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm tomorrow, Wed. May 31st, so staff may attend a city function. Lunch Bunch story time will still take place at 12:00 (noon), please enter the library through the back … Continue reading
Please join us in welcoming Library Director Nicole Miller to the Cannon Falls Library and Community, during an Open House on Tuesday, May 30th, from 5-7 pm at the library. Sponsored by the Cannon Falls Library Foundation
The Library will be closed on Monday, May 29th, in honor of Memorial Day. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday.
Join us for an informative evening on Identity Theft this Thurs., May 25th, from 6-7 pm. Eric Weerts from LegalShield will be addressing the problem of identity theft. Invite your family and friends for an interesting and educational discussion on … Continue reading
Join the Mary Wise Owls Book Club in discussing this months book selection, The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House by Kate Andersen Brower, this Tuesday, May 23rd at 2 pm. Book Club it open to all, … Continue reading
Our Summer Reading program will be here before you know it, and this years theme is Build a Better World. In keeping with our theme we have a contest, Build a Better World Cardboard Challenge, for kids ages 7-16 years … Continue reading
Join us in welcoming Teddy Roosevelt, (aka Adam Lindquist, three-time national award-winning Theodore Roosevelt living historian), to the library this Saturday, April 29th, at 10:30 am. Mr. Lindquist is nationally know for his uncanny resemblance and skills at bringing Teddy … Continue reading