Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Magic of Dr. Seuss

A reading celebration program full of funny, wacky, and wonderful Dr. Seuss-inspired fun! Featuring lots of audience participation and amazing magic, designed to illustrate Dr. Seuss characters and books!   Monday, March 17 Detroit Lakes Library 10:00 am Tuesday, March 18 Barnesville Library 1:00 pm Hawley Library 3:30 pm Mcintosh… Read More»

Community Drum Workshop

Spirit is a performing and teaching artist who will teach basic hand drumming and percussion techniques, while incorporating the life principles of: building community, developing individual creativity, and fostering cooperation. This musical experience will encourage people of all ages to come together, learn, and share the universal language of music.… Read More»

Lehto & Wright: Original Folk Songs

John Wright and Steve Lehto will perform their original arrangements of Irish, English, and American folk songs via guitar and mandolin. The audience will be given a brief description on each piece and learn the traditions behind each type of music. Thursday, April 3 Hendrum LINK Site 2:30 pm Climax… Read More»

Zinghoppers Musical Reading Celebration

This award-winning musical group will perform an educational and entertaining program that takes kids and their families on an exciting musical journey celebrating reading and libraries! This interactive program encourages audience members to dance, sing, and “zing-hop” along! Monday, March 24 Gonvick LINK Site 9:30 am Crookston Library 1:30 pm… Read More»

Dawn Duncan as Clara Dillon Darrow: Pioneering Woman

Dr. Dawn Duncan will perform her one-woman show, “Clara Dillon Darrow: Pioneering Woman,” about a historical Red River Valley region woman. From farm wife to political presence, Mrs. Darrow is a model citizen. Dr. Duncan will follow the performance with a discussion of the historical era and how to use the library… Read More»

Steve Stark: Drawn to History March 11-13

If it had not been for the original Lake Agassiz, the largest glacial lake in the history of the world, the Red River (and likely all of us) would never have been here. Learn more from Mr. History! Tuesday, March 11 Moorhead Library – 10:00 a.m. Mahnomen Elementary School  – 1:30… Read More»

Gonvick LINK Site to Close on March 7

Clearwater County Budget Shortfall Prompts Gonvick LINK Site Closing The Gonvick LINK Site, of the Lake Agassiz Regional Library, will be closing its doors on March 7, 2014 due to a Clearwater County budgetary shortfall.  The last day of services will be on March 6, 2014. Residents currently using the… Read More»

One Book, One Community 2014

Each year, the Fargo Public Library, Moorhead Public Library, and West Fargo Public Library team up to promote one book that the entire community reads together, a reading program called “One Book, One Community.” In 2014, for the first time ever, the title for the One Book, One Community program… Read More»