North Shore Library News: April 5
Little Libraries on the Big Lake
Silver Bay Public Library News:
Come and enjoy the addition of comfortable new seating at the library. Along with the bistro set provided by funds from a Cooperative Light and Power Operation Round-Up grant, the library has set up a new, more comfortable seating area. A pair of Queen Anne chairs has been reupholstered with monies from the Virginia Burandt memorial funds. Visitors may enjoy WiFi, read newspapers and magazines, watch movies, listen to books on cd, or just relax and enjoy the view in the new seating area.
There are several daily and weekly newspapers to read, as well as many magazines to peruse. News may be read from the paper or online, either option is available. Patrons may also check out an IPad or laptop and sit in a relaxed space of their choosing. Some may prefer to watch a movie or listen to music. Those options are available as well. Think of the library as a little oasis. There will be additional comfortable seating space soon.
New DVDs are available for checkout:
· Life of Pi
· Men in Black 3
· Atlas Shrugged part 2
· Man On a Ledge
· Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
· Odd Life of Timothy Green
· Ice Age: Continental Drift 2
· Red Dawn
· Les Miserables
· Bourne Ultimatum
· Breaking Dawn part 2
April is Poetry Month
There are two poetry events at the Two Harbors Public Library this month. First is an open mic night on Thursday, April 11 at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to come read their own poetry or favorite poems by others, or simply enjoy listening. Then on Saturday, April 20, award-winning poet Ryan Vine from Duluth will present a program including readings and discussion. This program has been arranged by the Arrowhead Library System with help from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
A Packed Calendar at the Library!
The Library offers author talks and informative programs arranged by the Friends of the Library. Monthly events including the book groups, family film, Teen Anime club, poetry events, and touring events arranged by the Arrowhead Library system. This month is particularly packed, with topics on agate hunting and area basketball history, a Duluth Playhouse children's program, a teen Wii gaming day, and the special poetry events. Watch the calendar section of this paper for library events, check the Library News section of the web site, or stop at the library for a copy of the events list for the month.
Some of the new books at the library:
Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger
Starting Now by Debbie Macomber
Unintended Consequences by Stuart Woods
Things I'd Wish I'd Known: Cancer Caregivers Speak Out by Deborah J. Cornwall
The Just Bento Cookbook: Everyday Lunches to Go by Makiko Itoh