As the Lake City Public Library gets ready to open at their temporary location on 7th Street, there were MANY boxes to be moved. The Lake City Tigers Football Team lent a hand by helping move some of these boxes of books/DVDs/audiobooks.
The players flex their muscles for the camera!
How many boxes can someone carry at one time?!
Six Boxes! We are impressed!
Opening day for the temporary library location is Monday, September 29th!
If you have books to return in the meantime, our drop box has been moved to the west end of our new building.
In case you missed it, our new address is:
1215 North 7th Street
(right next to Anytime Fitness)
If you would like to bring a quilt to be shown at the Lake City Public Library Quilt Show over Johnny Appleseed weekend please bring your quilt(s) in a pillowcase or bag on October 2nd from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm. Also please have your name and telephone number on both the pillowcase/bag and on the back of the quilt.
Anyone may bring a quilt to be displayed, and there is no limit on the number of quilts. We will do our best to accommodate all entries.
Volunteers are still needed the following date and times:
October 2nd: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
October 3rd: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm and/or 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
October 4th: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm and/or 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
We are still in need of volunteers for the Quilt show! The slots that need to be filled are as followed:
Oct. 2nd………………………….4 volunteers for set up
Oct. 3rd from 10am-1pm…..3 volunteers needed
Oct. 3rd from 1pm-4pm…….2 volunteers needed
Oct. 4th 10am-1pm………….1 volunteer needed
Oct. 4th 1pm-4pm……………3 volunteers needed
If you are available any of those times your help would greatly appreciated! Just give us a call (651-345-4013) or come sign up at the library!
The children’s books and juvenile books are boxed and are gradually being moved over to the temporary location. Our adult fiction section is currently being sorted and boxed up. Please excuse the mess as we go through the process of moving…9 days and counting!!!
The children’s books boxed and ready to MOVE!
The adult fiction books are still being sorted and boxed.
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In observance of the Labor Day holiday, the library will be closed on Monday September 1, 2014.
Quilt Show @ The Lake City Public Library
201 South High Street, Lake City, MN 55041
Johnny Appleseed Weekend
October 3rd & 4th 10 am – 4 pm each day.
All proceeds benefit the Lake City Public Library renovation.
For more information call: (651) 345 – 4013
Come take a look at our new DVD collection of Unforgettable Journeys!
This collection will take you on adventures to all corners of the globe. While watching you will explore all types of geographies: countries, states, landforms, landmarks, monuments, and parks, to name a few. Your journey will span from the Sydney opera house in Australia to Stonehenge in the United Kingdom. You will travel from an exploration in Russia to a hike in the Amazon, and from there you can travel to Egypt, India, China, Africa, the possibilities go on for 52 discs!
Enrich yourself on the cultures of the world, checkout an item from our new Unforgettable Journeys collection!
These DVD’s will follow the same guide lines as our other DVD’s, 3 day loan with a late fee of $1.00 per day!
To ensure a safe drinking water supply, Lake City Utilities will be adding chlorine to the water system from August 25th through August 31st. The addition of chlorine to disinfect water can react with iron and/or manganese, creating a black or reddish discoloration, but does not cause a health concern. Citizens can let the water run a few minutes to flush faucets of discolored water before using for cooking or laundry. Use of chlorine can cause problems in fish tanks and commercial operations such as bait shops. It is recommended that these uses find an alternate source of water during this period or use commercially available chemicals that neutralize chlorine. Presence of chlorine will remain a few days following the treatment period. Questions can be referred to Scott Jensen at 651-345-6850 or Mike Tucker at 651-380-0300.