Carver County Libraries
Heidi Hoks, the new Library Director for Carver County, developed her passion for libraries during her childhood, when her two favorite things were ideas and people. “Libraries have been a part of my life for my entire life because of my mother,” said Hoks, whose first official day as the Librar...Read More
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“Let’s play” are words commonly not associated with public libraries, but that is what you may be hearing frequently in the future. Starting in August, all five Carver County libraries will introduce a new Early Literacy Sensory station, essentially a play and learn center for early literacy a...Read More
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Kathleen Reeves of Watertown is the featured artist at the Waconia and Watertown libraries for the months of January and February. Reeves is originally from northern Illinois and currently resides in Watertown. As an avid gardener and lover of nature, she was inspired to take up botanical painting a...Read More
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Waconia artist Ruth Tremblay has taken her love of history and historical rustic barns and preserved them for the future in her new project “The Barns of Carver County.” She will be speaking and sharing her photographs at three area libraries in December: • Waconia Library, 6:30 p.m., Monday, ...Read More
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It’s Teen Read Month at Carver County Libraries. In addition to fine waivers for teens during the month of October (if you are age 12-18 and owe the library money for late fees, you can get a coupon for up to $10 off your fines! Ask at the service desk), there are also special events [...]...Read More
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