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Classic Movie

Monday, September 9
1:00 pm

Come to the library to enjoy a classic movie and some free popcorn.  This month we will enjoy the delightful comedy It Happened One Night.  Starring Claudette Colbert as a pampered socialite who falls for a roguish reporter played by Clark Gable, it swept the major category Oscars in 1934.

Library Card Sign-Up Month

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month!  We are celebrating all month long.  Sign up for a new card and you can spin our wheel for a small prize!

Already have a card?  Great!  We will be offering a special patron appreciation week, including a fine amnesty.  Bring your card in to the library (Yes, you must bring your card!) during the week of September 9th through September 14th and we will forgive your late fees from our library.  We are not able to forgive fines from other libraries or lost item fees.

 

Coffee and Conversation

Coffee and Conversation

Second and fourth Wednesday of each month
11 am – 1 pm

Starting in September, drop in to the library for a hot beverage and a chance to meet new friends or visit old ones.  Bring your knitting or your book, a board game or an article you want to talk about.  We will provide the coffee and tea, you provide your own lunch or a treat to share.

Does this all sound a little vague?  Good.  This will be your group, and we want you to shape it.  Everyone is welcome!

Classic Movie Monday

In all the fun of summer reading, don’t forget that we have programs for grown-ups, too.  Our classic movie Monday gives you a chance to revisit an old favorite or view a classic movie for the very first time.

MOVIE SCHEDULE

July 1 @ 1:00 PM
Casablanca

August 5 @ 1:00 PM
It Happened One Night

September 9 @ 1:00 PM
Singin’ in the Rain

 

Classic Movie Afternoon

Monday, May 6
1:00 PM

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

James Stewart and Doris Day give magnificent performances in this Hitchcock classic as Ben and Jo McKenna, an American couple vacationing in Morocco, whose son is kidnapped and taken to England. Caught up in international espionage, the McKennas’ lives hang in the balance as they race to save their son in the chilling, climactic showdown in London’s famous Royal Albert Hall.

The movie is free and so are the snacks.  Everyone is welcome!

Andrea Een, violin and Hardanger fiddle

Andrea Een

Recipient of the Ole Bull Award from the Ole Bull Folk Academy in Voss, Norway, and the St. Olaf Medal from the government of Norway for her work promoting Norwegian culture in the United States. She will perform on the Hardanger fiddle, (the nine-stringed folk fiddle from Norway) and the violin.

Lonsdale Public Library
Thursday, April 25
6:30 p.m.

A Nancy Dice Memorial Concert presented by International Friendship Through the Performing Arts.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

 

Woodwind Quintet

Woodwind Quintet
Thursday, March 21
6:30-7:30 pm

Join us for an evening of music provided by a woodwind quintet from St. Olaf College.  They are: Madison Maynard on flute, Kristen Diederichs on oboe, Aaron Linde on clarinet, William Beimers on french horn, and Jonah Schmitz on bassoon.  The event is free and suitable for all ages.

 

Flowers for Pollinators

Tuesday, March 12
6:30-7:30

It is no secret, pollinators are in trouble. How can we address the pollinator crisis in our own yards? It can be as simple as planting the right flowers. Come and join Lisa Reuvers, University of Minnesota Master Gardener as she presents “Flowers for Pollinators” put together by the University extension to help combat dwindling habitat and provide nourishing food.

PumpkinSky [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)]

 

Bad Art Night

It’s cold outside, the nights are long, let’s have some fun!

BAD ART NIGHT
Tuesday, February 12th, 6:30-8:00 pm

We may not all be Rembrandt, but anyone can make bad art.  Bring your sweetie or your pals to the library.  We will have a wide variety of materials for making art, plus free snacks.  Once everyone has a chance to create, we will have a little art show, where everyone can vote for their favorite work.  The “winner” will get a delightful booby prize.  Grownups only, please.

 

This is clearly a portrait of Lucille Ball.