Mother's Day is just around the corner and it seems like everyone is trying to find the right way to honor mom - whether it's with a gift, a meal, or just something thoughtful. But what if you have young kids? Finding opportunities for them to make something "from the heart" can be hard.
You never know what you'll find - and that's part of the fun! The annual Spring Book Sale will happen at the Superior Public Library on Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29. Used (but still in serviceable condition) books, CD's, DVD's, and more will be offered for sale, with the proceeds benefiting the general library collection.
If you received a new E-reading machine for Christmas - maybe an iPad or tablet or even a Nook or Kindle - and aren't confident in how to operate it, you're in luck! The Duluth Public Library is holding a free event to help you out.
The Duluth Public Schools will observe their Fall Break on Thursday, October 16 and Friday, October 17. What do you do with the kids? One answer might be the events planned at the Duluth Public Library.
The Duluth Public Library is presenting a free program on Healthy Eating On A Budget - Thursday, May 15 at 6:30 PM in the Green Room.
Participants will learn how to make simple comfort food favorites using better quality ingredients and learn to make educated choices about choosing organic foods...
Now that we are in the month of April, tax deadline is just a couple of weeks away, have you finished your taxes? If you still do them long hand, you can no longer get tax forms at libraries. Minnesota Tax forms are pretty much obolete, people can print them from websites and tax programs.
If you made New Year's resolutions - but aren't keeping them, this would be an excellent opportunity to get back on track! The Duluth Public Library invites you to "reconnect with your healthy New Year's resolution". As a kick-off to their Health Happens at Your Library series, they're hosting a health fair on Thursday, February 6 from 5 til 7PM in the Green and Gold Rooms.