Click on the following link to read an article in the Post Bulletin about the groundbreaking
Click the following link to see highlights of the Groundbreaking for the Lake City Public Library from KTTC
The top 10 most checked out authors at the Lake City Public Library in the month of February were:
1. James Patterson
2. William Kent Krueger
3. John Sandford
4. Stuart Woods
5. David Baldacci
6. J. A. Jance
7. Nora Roberts
8. M. C. Beaton
9. Debbie Macomber
10. Tami Hoag
We are excited to announce that every donation made via
this March will be doubled! If you’ve been considering making a donation toward the renovation of our library, now is a great time to do it.
Here’s how it works:
To donate, click on the following link:
The Otto Bremer Foundation
Based in Saint Paul, Minn., the Otto Bremer Foundation is a private charitable trust that empowers people to achieve full economic, civic and social participation in and for the betterment of their communities. It was established in 1944 by Otto Bremer, a successful banker and community and business leader. The Otto Bremer Foundation is the 92-percent owner of Bremer Bank and also manages a diversified investment portfolio. The returns on these holdings provide the funding for Otto Bremer Foundation’s grant-making, which benefits the communities that are home to Bremer banks.
GEORGE KAHUMOKU JR. & DA UKULELE BOYZ
| The Lake City Public Library in collaboration with Riverside Concerts, Arts Midwest, the Mayo Clinic and the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council present Traditional Hawaiian music from Hawaiian slack key guitar virtuoso GEORGE KAHUMOKU, JR. and his acclaimed ukulele wielding duo DA UKULELE BOYZ on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7 PM in the City Hall Ballroom. Admission is free.
Known as “Hawaii’s Renaissance Man,” four-time Grammy-winner, George Kahumoku, Jr. is a master of the ki-ho’alu (slack key guitar). He is also a vocalist, storyteller, songwriter & author. Known for their energetic vocals and stage banter, the charismatic Da ’Ukulele Boyz brings a new-generation spin to traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music.
This event is part of the Riverside Concerts’ Cultural Exchange Network which provides live-musical events for citizens of rural communities who might not otherwise have access to such opportunities.
The drawing for the Friends of the Library Quilt Raffle is TOMORROW!
There is still time to purchase tickets at the Lake City Public Library, Rather Bee Quilting, and Pumpkinberry Stiches.
One ticket is $1.00!