AUTHOR TALK WITH HISTORIAN MIKE ECKERS
Join us on Wednesday, October 27 at 10:30 am for a talk with author and historian Mike Eckers. His program is titled “Teddy Roosevelt and the National Parks.” Mr. Eckers is the author of several history books including The Boys of Wasioja, who bravely answered the call to duty in the Civil War. A Q&A session will follow the program, and books will be available for purchase.
Now through the end of October you can participate in our fall scavenger hunt. Clues are scattered around town to help you solve the mystery limerick. Recite the limerick at the library and win a prize! Scavenger hunt sheets are available at the library or you can download them here. Happy hunting!
Stitch! is a gathering for you to bring your own project – sewing, crocheting, needlepoint, knitting, etc. – to work on, or to come and gain a new skill. Sewing machines will be available, and ALL skill levels are welcome! This group meets the first Monday of the month from 1-4 pm. The next meeting is November 1. Drop in or stay the whole time! No registration needed.
STORYTIMES ARE BACK!
Thursday Storytime with Mr. David – Thursdays @ 10:30 am
CLASSIC LITERATURE – ALWAYS AVAILABLE ON LIBBY!
Over 28,000 classic literary titles have been added to Libby through Project Gutenberg! They are always available, so you don’t have to request them, and they don’t count against your checkout limit. Try it today!
CURBSIDE DELIVERY & PRINTING TO GO
The library continues to offer curbside delivery and printing to go services.
Curbside delivery: Call us from the parking lot at (507) 634-7615 and we will bring your items out to you.
Printing To Go: Email your document to email@example.com and we will print or fax it for you. Printing is black & white only, at $0.25/page, and faxing is $0.75/page.
Questions? Please call us at 634-7615.
KM YEARBOOK PROJECT
Now available! The library has digitized the KM yearbooks from 1950-2017. They can be found under the Adult Services tab or by clicking here.
Click here for the Early Childhood Initiative’s one-stop website listing childcare options in Kasson and Mantorville.
ENSURING YOUR CHILD’S SAFETY
Kasson Public Library welcomes all children and cares about their safety. Our policy states that all children under the age of 10 must be accompanied (defined as “within sight”) in the library. Thank you for providing this measure of care.
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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.
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 the Libby app.
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.