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UPCOMING EVENTS

UPCOMING: 
Henna Body Art
Art, History, Hands-On
Monday, Jan 5, 6:00

Find out how different cultures have used henna as body decoration, where it comes from, and how it's grown. Learn how to prepare the perfect batch of pure natural henna paste, application techniques, and the importance of choosing natural henna. You'll also have an opportunity to create and practice traditional designs on paper, yourself, or friends. This program is funded in part or whole by a grant from MN's Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.

In the Gallery:

The Generals' Wives Quilt
by Norma Cersine
Each of the 12 patterned blocks celebrates the wife of a Civil War General, 6 from the Union and 6 from the Confederate states. There was an error when naming 1 block, as the officer, a colonel, never earned the rank of General. The center block is the insignia of the Five Star General.


A Call for Local Artists!
Reserve the Gallery, call 218 827-3345.
Also, watch the Gallery for local student art.


Tuesday Morning Story Time is held at 11:00.
Tuesday Morning Story Time at Babbitt Public Library is designed to develop early literacy skills. Music, movement, art and great children's books mix it up and make it fun.

Pssst!


Pssst! Did you know that the League of MN Cities polled the 2012 State Fair visitors, giving each person 8 beans to "spend" on city services? Here is how people chose to spend their beans:
Clean Water  6,186
Libraries  5,480
Police  5,184
Fire  4,768
Parks & Rec  4,473
Streets & Sidewalks  4,438
Senior Services  4,159
Sewers & Garbage  4,065

So, what's the ROI (Return on Investment) in a MN library?

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Access the Internet on Library computers or tap into the Wireless connection. A tablet is available to adults to use in the library.

If the library is closed and the Municipal Bldg is open, just outside the Library is a table, chair, and outlet for your convenience.