September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month. Sign up for a library card (or #GetCarded@PPL) and take a photo posing with your new library card at our Selfie Station. Some of our selfies will be shared on our Facebook page.
Have you misplaced your library card? We are offering free replacements (regularly $3-$5) through the month of September.
So many ask about the beautiful flowers at the library. They are shared with us through the kindness of John and Barb Meyer. Their story is below.
USA Today’s “These flowers aren’t for sale, but their impact is priceless”
Teens going into 7th-12th grades are invited to an evening of Hunger Games themed activities. Anyone who comes costumed as his/her favorite character will be entered into a drawing for prizes.
Thursday, August 13, 2015: 4 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Friday, August 14, 2015: 6 a.m. until 5 p.m.
410 4TH STREET NE, PLAINVIEW, MN
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**ALL proceeds go to the Plainview Public Library**
To all members of the wizarding community entering 4th-8th grades: You are invited to a birthday party for Harry Potter on Wednesday, July 29 from 8-9pm at the Plainview Public Library. Please dress as your favorite Hogwarts character. Magical activities and treats will be provided by library staff and volunteers.
Many thanks to the 27 artists who came out to create fun art (not fine art) and support the library last night. It was a great night to paint with BackYard Brushes at Whitewater Wines.
Effective Immediately: Bestselling Books, Holiday Books and DVDs have a 14-Day Loan Period.
Wine and Brushes Event with Backyard Brushes
at Whitewater Wines on Thursday, July 9 (rain date July 16) 6pm – 9pm
Limited seating so pre-registration at the library with payment is required
Cost: $45.00 (includes painting and some wine)
Money raised goes towards collaborative tables for the children’s room.
Gather some friends, have some fun AND support the library!
Monday, June 15th
What are they, where are they and what do we do about it? Meet your local AIS Coordinator, Jen Wahls. Learn what current and upcoming threats there are to our aquatic resources and what we can do about it. Bring you questions, bring your family. There will be hands-on examples of AIS from the area and some identification materials.
Check out the Summer Reading tab for the latest information on this year’s summer reading program. Registration through the library website is open!