AUTHOR VISIT ON APRIL 6
On Thurs., April 6 at 11:00am author Doug Ohman will present a program on “Hidden in Plain View – Cemeteries in Minnesota.” Doug is a photographer and author who chronicles Minnesota in photos in the Minnesota Byways series. Join us for this free and exciting event. This project is made possible with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the people of Minnesota for Library Legacy activities.
A limited number of IRS forms and instructions are at the library, however Minnesota no longer provides libraries with state forms.
For tax information:
IRS.gov/forms-pubs – to print tax forms
IRS.gov/forms-pubs/order-products – order free
forms to be mailed to you
800-829-3676 – order free forms to be mailed to you
Link to IRS Social Media Toolkit
State of Minnesota:
www.revenue.state.mn.us – to print tax forms
800-652-9094 – request forms to be mailed to you
KEEP IN TOUCH! “Noteworthy” is our new monthly newsletter. Read it by clicking here to know what’s happening!
“Read with Runner” – Storytime with a Therapy Dog!
Come to the library Mondays at 6:00pm to “Read with Runner.” Runner is a therapy dog who loves to hear kids read. Bring your favorite book or use one of ours. Hope to see you there!
A coloring club for adults and kids meets at the library on Mondays from 5-6pm. Bring your own crayons or coloring pencils. We’ll provide the coloring sheets. All are welcome!
EARLY CHILDHOOD 5K FUN RUN/WALK/STROLL
Join the fun at the 5K on Sat., April 22 from 10am-12noon. Registration includes a T-shirt and lunch! Call 634-4464 for questions, and register online at: goo.gl/cpnN87
Like a good MYSTERY? A new mystery book club is forming and will meet each month on the first Thursday at 1:00pm. Join us! Call us at 634-7615 if interested.
New Needle-Crafts Club!
A new group for all needle-crafters meets every Monday from 1-3pm. All ages and experience levels are welcomed. Please join us!
Call 634-7615 with any questions.
Please visit us in our new building
at 607 1st St. NW.
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Do you shop at AMAZON?
Help our building project when you shop there!
Click HERE to find out how.
FREE Online Courses through Kasson Public Library
FREE online instructor-led courses are now offered through Kasson Public Library. All you need is a library card! You have your choice of hundreds of courses offered, ranging from business and technology to GED preparation, from health and wellness to computer programming. Find out more by clicking HERE.
Please register your preschooler for this new program from our library and Community Education! Click here to find out more about this great national program.
Kasson Public Library offers Storytimes for children who love to hear great stories! Our sincere desire is to instill the love of books and the importance of life-long learning. Although children of any age are welcome to attend, our Storytimes are prepared and books are selected with 3-5 year-olds in mind.
Our STORYTIME CYCLES for 2016-2017 are:
During these months, please stop by:
- Mondays at 6:00pm
- Tuesdays at 10:30am
- Wednesdays at 10:30am
The Kasson Public Library serves the residents of Kasson, Mantorville and surrounding areas with a service area of approximately 12,012 people. We offer a variety of services including adult, young adult, and children’s books, audio books, music CDs, and movies. We have computers for public use and also have WiFi in the building for our patrons. The library also offers downloading of eBooks through OverDrive Media Console.
The Kasson Public Library is a member of the SELCO regional library system and your Kasson Public Library card allows you access to items and materials from all of the other 88 public and school libraries in the SELCO system.