With pumpkins carved and yards decorations in place, people are once again anticipating the night of October 31, Halloween. While trick-or-treating is the main event, consider what the library has in store up to the big day. Some of the following events are for kids, others for adults. Either way, you’re sure to have a hauntingly, super fun time!
Wednesdays in Wyoming: Spooky Stuff, Ghosts, Aura, ESP: Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7-8 p.m., Wyoming Area Library. A fun program for adults in the spirit of Halloween.
Minnesota’s Most Haunted Locations- the Scariest Places in MN: Monday, Oct. 22, 6:30-8 p.m., Princeton Area Library. Paranormal researcher Chad Lewis presents a ghostly journey to some of the most haunted places in the state.
Today, Tuesday, October 16th is the last day to pre-register to vote for the upcoming general election on Tuesday, November 6th. Pre-registering saves you time at your polling place on election day!
Don’t worry though! If you miss the deadline to pre-register, you can still vote! In Minnesota, you can register on Election Day at your polling place.
Have more questions? Check out the Registration FAQs from the Secretary of State’s office.
These pre-release titles by perpetually popular authors are now in the catalog. Add these to your to-be-read list and place your holds now to beat the rush!
There was good reason every East Central Regional Library location closed their doors on Thursday, Sept. 27. Employees of all positions gathered for the annual All Staff Day at the Braham Event Center to become better equipped in providing library service to patrons and communities across East Central Minnesota.
Finalists have been announced for the MN Writes MN Reads Minnesota Author Project, which recognizes the best self-published authors in the state of Minnesota! Congratulations to these great authors!