Events Calendar
There's always something going on at the Mineral County Public Library. Join us!
Friends of the Mineral County Public Library work for the good of the library and its patrons. We organize fundraisers (such as the annual Craft & Book Sale) that finance our Children's Programs, including Summer Reading and Reading in the Park, the Pumpkin Decorating Contest, and Santa Claus' annual visit.

FRIENDS have a good time doing a good thing. JOIN US.

MEETINGS:
Every month, third Thursday at 3 pm

NEWS & EVENTS

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HOLD & SHOUT
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READ Across America
Join us this year as we read good books on diverse subjects and cultures recommended for all ages. Teaching resources. Learn more about it here!
NO MORE LATE FINES!
As of Feb. 1st, NO fee for late return of Library items; you can donate non-perishable food. NOTE: Fees still for damaged or lost items.
MUST READ Books
Pie Contest Results
Great fun at our 2nd annual Pie Contest held on Mar. 24th.
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CONGRATS Raffle Winner
Bridgett Kovalsky won the Friends of the Library Canning Basket Raffle on Aug. 30th. Thanks all !!

WE MET THE AUTHORS
Thanks Gwen Florio Aug. 25th, Christine Carbo June 16th, Russell Rowland June 7th, and Cheryl Heser May 31st for your readings.
10 & Under: Coconut Cream baked by Karina Pearce
#1 Over-All Winner Vicki Brown -- Lemon Cheese Pie Winners received a special server and plate.

See you next year!!!
Pie Contest Winners:
Fruit Pie: Rhubarb Surprise baked by Nancy Wilson
Specialty Pie: Gluten-Free Chocolate Cream Pie baked by Adrienne Simmert

Jr. 11-17: Apple Pie baked by Alexea Kelsey
 
Always a good excuse to gather at the Public Library
Tuesdays 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Work on crocheting and knitting projects, learn about techniques from others, give advice to others, and generally have a good time.
3 pm - Monthly, third Thursday
Have fun, meet good folks & help the Library do its thing.
Friends of the Library
Mother Moose Tales
Reading Circle
Thursdays 11 - 11:30 am
For children 0-3 years old.
Crochet and Knitting Lovers Circle (CAKLS)
 
 
JOIN US Thursdays 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Good reading, lots of fun and some adventure as part of the Library's Book Reading Group The Bees.

The BEES Book Club
PUMPKIN
DECORATION
PARTY
HOLIDAY Parties
& Santa Visit
& Other Fun!
SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Each summer, the Friends of the Library offers children a six-week Reading Program with prizes and a pool party. Plus, Reading in the Park every Thursday at noon. We also offer Reading Contests for Teens and Adults.
I don't believe in colleges and universities. I believe in libraries because most students don't have any money. When I graduated from high school, it was during the Depression and we had no money. I couldn't go to college, so I went to the library three days a week for 10 years."
Ray Bradbury, American Author
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TALK LIKE PIRATE DAY
The Library's 2nd annual party to celebrate the colorful language of ancient pirates was a huge success in Superior on Wed., Sept 19th.
Pumpkin Party Winners
Thanks all who came & volunteered. 2018 Pumpkin Party Decorating Overall Winners on Saturday: Ella D. - Best Pumpkin & Braelynn M. Best Costume.
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CELEBRATE MLK Jan 21st
Do good for someone else.
Banned Book Week
We celebrated the freedom to read during 2018 Banned Books Week: Sept. 23-29.
POTLUCK & ORNAMENTS
Thank you for the Dec. 21st (2018) annual Potluck & Ornament Exchange. Happy Winter Solstice!

Craft & Book Sale Success

Great support for the Dec 2nd Craft Bazaar and Book Sale.
Nov. 13 Author Visit
Thanks Author Robin Gainey and all who came to her book signing and talk at the Library.