Library News: Nov. 16
Library searching for new artwork
The Two Harbors Public Library is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals to create public artwork for the library. The art should celebrate the community and will be placed in high-traffic locations either inside or outside the library for all to enjoy.
Artists who live, work, or have connections to the North Shore or Arrowhead Regions of Minnesota are eligible for this project. The budget for the entire project is $10,000.
Artwork will be exhibited in three locations in and around the library: the Carnegie building door, the original fireplace on the second floor of the Carnegie building and outdoors on our front lawn. Proposals may be for any or all three of the locations, and may involve some or all of the available funds. This project is funded in part or in whole with funds from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Legacy Fund.
The deadline for applications is 4 p.m. on Dec. 15.
Munger to discuss Laman's River
Local author and Judge Mark Munger will be at area libraries to discuss his latest book, "Laman's River," Monday, Nov. 26 he will be at the Silver Bay Public Library at 6 p.m. On Thursday, Nov. 29, he'll speak at the Two Harbors Public Library at 6:30 p.m.
Mormons. Murder. Minnesota. Montana. Follow Cook County Sheriff Deb Slater and Lakota FBI Special Agent Herb Whitefeather as they trail a zealous religious serial killer from the wilds of Northeast Minnesota to the Big Belt Mountains of Montana. Laman's River reprises favorite characters from Munger's debut murder mystery, "The Legacy," and has been described as a page turner that is well-researched and detailed with wonderful descriptions of place.
Laman's River is Munger's ninth book and fifth novel. He is a life-long resident of Minnesota, born in St. Paul and raised in Duluth. After practicing trial law for nearly 20 years, Munger became a District Court Judge in 1998 and serves a four-county region of Northeastern Minnesota. He is the backup judge to Judge Mike Cuzzo in Lake and Cook Counties. He, his wife Rene', and their four sons live along the banks of the Cloquet River north of Duluth. His work has been published in Writer's Journal and his essay "Leaving Mayo" was a finalist for the 2000 Pirate's Alley Faulkner Writing Award. His novel-in-progress, "Sukulaiset: The Kindred" was a semi-finalist for the 2012 Pirate's Alley Faulkner Writing Award.
This Friends of the Library program is free.