Learn something new about “The War Between the States” through a truly unique presentation.
People of all ages are welcomed to The Civil War Experience: Minnesota and the Civil War with Arn Kind at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 30 at East Central Regional Library Princeton. Kind is a member of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, a reenactment group based out of Fort Snelling that has appeared in many documentaries and historical feature films, such as “The Blue and the Gray,” “North and South,” and “Glory.”
These East Central Regional Library branch locations will be closed for inventory on the following days:
Cambridge Public Library on Tuesday, December 4th
Princeton Area Library on Thursday, December 6th
Mora Public Library on Tuesday, December 11th and Wednesday, December 12th
Aitkin Public Library on Wednesday, December 12th
Pine City Public Library on Monday, December 17th
Chisago Lakes Area Library on Wednesday, December 19th
- North Branch Area Library on Thursday, December 20th
Completing an inventory of the East Central Regional Library collection helps keep the collection organized, current, and complete. This helps you, our library patrons, by making sure that books are where they should be when you look for them, that the information and titles we have on the shelf are up to date and accurate, and that we have a wide variety of titles that encompass all areas of interest.
Other East Central Regional Library locations will be open their regular hours during the inventory process; feel free to check out a neighboring library! In addition, digital library services are available 24/7/365!
Please make your plans accordingly. We apologize for the temporary inconvenience as we work to improve your library experience.
Take a ghostly journey to some of the most haunted places in Minnesota with paranormal researcher, author, and lecturer Chad Lewis. From hunting vampires in Transylvania to chasing ghosts in Ireland castles, Lewis brings 18 years of paranormal experience to his presentations.
In Minnesota’s Most Haunted Locations-The Scariest Places in Minnesota, Lewis will discuss phenomena such as wandering ghosts in the North Woods, a haunted B&B in Wabasha and graveyard apparitions in our own backyards.
Come if you dare and discover that no place in Minnesota is without its own hauntings:
In addition, Lewis will be showcasing over 100 bizarre and “hidden” newspaper stories from Minnesota in another presentation, Bizarre History of Minnesota—Strange Stories from our Past:
East Central Regional Library is closing its 2018 Summer Reading Program – Reading Takes You Everywhere — with a presentation by The Raptor Center. In this free, family-friendly program, learn all about the raptors of Minnesota. Live raptors will be on hand during the presentation.
Free tickets are required at all locations for this final event of the 2018 Summer Reading Program. Space is limited due to fire code restrictions. Stop by your local library branch starting Tuesday, July 24, to pick up your free tickets.
The Raptor Center schedule is listed below and also can be found on the Events Calendar.