Author Anton Treuer – June 1st

Author Anton Treuer
Wednesday, June 1st
1-2 pm

Dr. Anton Treuer is a Professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State and the author of critically acclaimed books including, The Language Warrior’s Manifesto, which will be the focus of his talk.
This is a free event open to all.

The “Mary” Wise Owls Book Club – May 23rd

The “Mary” Wise Owls Book Club
Monday May 23rd
at 2 pm
at CF Library or via Zoom

Join the Mary Wise Owls book club in reading this months selection:
American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins.

Books are available at the CF Library or via the online catalog.
Book Discussion will take place on
Monday, May 23rd at 2:00 pm.
Join the discussion in person at the CF Library or via Zoom.
For a Zoom link please email Cindy at cmolenaar@selco.info.

Book Club is open to all, come as your schedule allows.

Author Allen Eskens – Sat. May 21st

Author Allen Eskens
Saturday May 21st
11 am – 12 pm

Allen Eskens is the bestselling author of seven novels. A recipient of the Barry Award, Minnesota Book Award, Rosebud Award, and a finalist for the Edgar Award, his most recent novel, The Stolen Hours, is a 2022 MN Book Awards Finalist.
This is a free event open to all.

Make-it Monday: Beaded Container Garden Stakes – May 16th

Make-it Monday: Beaded Container Garden Stakes
Monday, May 16th
6-7:30 pm

We’ll dress up spring container gardens by creating two colorful beaded garden stakes. Add these stakes to your container gardens, fairy gardens, or use them in your house plants.
For ages 13 and up.
All materials provided for in-person attendance. Those participating online will need: A round nose pliers, and a wire cutter.
This is a Hybrid class: attend in person, or pick-up a kit and watch the video tutorial on the CF Library YouTube Channel.

Reserve a spot or kit by registering at the CF Library, or by calling 507-263-2804 by Friday May 13th.

Bicycle Safety with Bike Cannon Falls – May 14th

Bicycle Safety with Bike Cannon Falls
Saturday, May 14th
1:30 – 2:30pm

Dave Anderson and Brian McDonald will present bicycle safety tips for all ages in the meeting room.
Feel free to bring your bike or bike to and from the library for this event. Don’t forget your helmet!

Minding Your Mental Health: COVID-19 and Beyond – May 14th

Minding Your Mental Health: COVID-19 and Beyond
Saturday May 14th
11am – 12pm

Understand how and why COVID-19 has impacted people’s mental health, how some communities have been disproportionately impacted, and steps the general public can take to promote good mental health. This is a one-hour class.
Presented by NAMI Minnesota (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

Author Anne Ursu – May 7th

Author Anne Ursu
Saturday, May 7th
1-2pm
Anne is the author of many great middle grade books like The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy and The Real Boy which was longlisted for the National Book Awards.
She will be at the Cannon Falls Library to talk about her books.
This free event is great for all ages!