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 will meet the first Monday of the month from 2-5pm, beginning October 7. Drop in or stay the whole time! No registration needed.
Genealogist and author Rick Crume will lead a program on genealogy at the library on Thurs., October 17 at 10:00am. This presentation will offer search techniques for anyone interested in learning more about their family’s history on FamilySearch.org, a free site which has a large, growing collection of historic records, books, photos and family trees. In this class, you’ll learn how to search the databases on FamilySearch and how to share and preserve your own family’s photographs and historic records on the website. This project has been funded by the people of Minnesota through the Arts and Cultural Heritage/Library Legacy fund in cooperation with SELCO – the regional library system. The public is invited to this free event.
STORYTIMES ARE BACK!
Like to color? Come to the library Coloring Club on Mondays from 5-6pm. This club is for all ages! Join us on September 23 when we’ll have a special project to “Create a Leaf.”
Runner is a registered therapy dog who visits us on Mondays at 6pm for Storytime. His gentle nature makes him a great listener! This is an affirming time for readers of any ability to drop in for Storytime. Bring a book or use one of ours.
Please save your milk caps for us for a fun community project we’re planning. Just drop them off at the main desk. Thanks!
Your old broken crayons can be re-purposed to help others! Just drop them off at the library and they’ll be given to Crayons for Cancer, a non-profit organization which benefits children with cancer. They are melted and formed into decorative art. Please don’t throw, just pass on to help. For more information, go to: www.crayonsforcancer.org
Click here for the Early Childhood Initiative’s one-stop website listing childcare options in Kasson and Mantorville.
Chromebooks and laptops are now available to check out from the library for a 2-day period. You must be 18 years old and have a Kasson Library card without any fines or overdue items to check them out. Call us at 634-7615 with any questions. We are excited to offer this great opportunity.
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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FREE ONLINE COURSES THROUGH KASSON LIBRARY
FREE online instructor-led courses are 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.
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.