CALLING ALL WORLD TRAVELERS! Children and teens will explore places from Oceania to Russia through stories, crafts, music and other fun activites. The 2011 Summer Reading Program is open to children from birth to young adult. Register at the library and start reading to earn prizes. Special reading programs are available for pre-readers, readers, and teens. Get a calendar of fun events when you sign up. All library programs are free of charge. For more information, call the library at 829-5574 or visit www.krls.org
Monday, May 23-Edgewood Vista Senior Living Center at 10:00am
Monday, May 23- Brainerd Public Library 5:30pm
Where do heroes come from? Lightning strikes and destiny awaits. A farm boy thinks he's "only" fighting in WW II. Then a risky assignment miraculously brings him face-to-face with his long-lost tribe. Improbable coincidence? Fate? When you run away from your identity, it often finds you anyway.
Are you ready to embark on a high-tech mystery? “Geocaching a Minnesota Mystery” is now available at the Brainerd Public Library! Through collaboration with the Minnesota State Parks, the Crow Wing County Historical Society, and the Kitchigami Regional Library system “Geocaching a Minnesota Mystery” brings history, technology, storytelling, and the outdoors together. Geocaching is a modern-day treasure hunt. It is an outdoor activity combining hiking, exploring, and a hand-held Global Positioning System (GPS) to locate caches.
The Brainred Public Library is preparing for the second installment of the our Ancestry Workshops. The workshops are for intermediate genealogy researchers and will focus on immigration, naturalization records, military records, periodical and county resources. The classes are free and everyone is welcome.
The Brainerd Public Library announces the author line-up for our 11th annual Brown Bag Lunch Summer Authors' Series. Each event is at the Brainerd Public Library on seven Mondays in June and July from noon to 1pm. You are welcome to bring a bag lunch or just come to enjoy an hour with Minnesota author. These events are sponsored by the Friends of the Brainerd Public Library and the Legacy Amendment. There is no charge for these events and all are welcome.
Doug Ohman will be discussing Libraries of Minnesota on June 6th at 12:00pm.
Registration is required and space is limited. The tours are approximately one hour in length and cover the history of 34 downtown Brainerd locations. We will begin the tour with a movie premiere of "Brainerd Begins" and "The Brainerd Historic Water Tower."
To register, call the Brainerd Public Library at: 218-829-5574.
Join us for Wendy Webbs talk about her 2011 Minnesota Book Award winning novel, The Tale of Halcyon Crane,on Monday June 27, noon at the Brainerd Public Library. In, The Tale of Halcyon Crane, Hallie James was told that her mother died in a fire decades earlier, only to discover that she was actually alive until very recently. In search of answers, Hallie travels to the place where her mother lived and discovers dark family secrets. Webb lives in Duluth, she is the editor-in-chief of Duluth~Superior Magazine.
Today in Photos 11.04.13 to 11.17.13New Pathways 80s Prom5A Warrior Football Semi-Final Against ChaskaMy GalleryClimbing Tree at Gregory ParkWarriors Girls Swimming and Diving FeatureOut and About at Kiwanis ParkCenter for Lifelong Learning - Vietnam ProgramNorthridge Fire Fort Ripley
What is a "living wage" for a family of four in the Brainerd Lakes Area?