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Live Virtual Event on September 29, 2020: A Conversation about Race in MN with Jason Sole

Jason Sole has been a criminal justice educator for a decade, serving as an assistant professor at two academic institutions and is currently an adjunct professor at Hamline University. He is a national speaker and restorative justice trainer, as well…

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Level Up Your Research Skills with a Genealogy and DNA Testing Workshop

Level up your genealogy research skills and learn about DNA testing. DNA testing using services such as Ancestry.com or 23andMe can reveal insights into ethnicity, find relatives, identify inherited health risks or prove (or even disprove) relationships. This workshop will…

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Discover the Nordic Noir Genre with Dr. James Kaplan

Professor James Kaplan will share how Scandinavian crime thrillers offer readers a new way of experiencing Scandinavian culture and heritage. Dr. Kaplan, a professor emeritus at Minnesota State University Moorhead, will offer a background on the Påskekrim tradition, which is…

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Libraries and LINK Sites to Close Monday, September 2 for Labor Day

All Lake Agassiz Regional Library (LARL) branches and LINK sites will be closed on Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day, with regular hours of operation resuming Tuesday, September 3. Can’t wait? Download thousands of eBooks & eAudiobooks free of charge here!

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Polkasol

Presenting This Fall… The Musicians of Polka Sol!

Join us for a lively performance featuring the music of two accordions and a violin. The musicians of PolkaSol will bring a variety of musical offerings to our community, including polkas, waltzes and old time songs, as well as music from Scandinavia, Ireland, France and more. This interactive event, which is hosted by COMPAS Teaching Artists and is infused with stories and humor, is sure to bring back memories of days gone by.
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The Bagley Public Library will be closed September 23 due to a maintenance project taking place outside the building. The library plans to reopen on Thursday, September 24.
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