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Winter is here! While the weather outside might be nippy, the Watertown Library is a cozy place to read a book or magazine in print, on e-format or through CD format. Check out the new artist exhibit or work on the computers. The library has a wide variety of events planned as well as services. […]

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Ethereal, uplifting, whimsical: All these are words that aptly describe the artwork of Chaska artist Michelle Morine, the September Artist of the Month at the Watertown Library. View her work during regular Watertown Library hours on the Art Walls. Michelle’s work at the library will also be on display during the Sept. 7 Community Picnic […]

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Summer reading fun continues at the Norwood Young America Library in August. Remember to pick up your Read Write Draw entry forms, reen review forms, or adult bingo card forms for the reading program contests. You can also record your summer reading progress at Bookawocky.org and earn badges. Summer Reading ends on Aug. 19. Drawing […]

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After recently gaining approval from both the City of Watertown and Carver County for a $190,000 remodeling project at the Watertown Library, Carver County Library Director Nick Dimassis said the focus now will shift to seeking additional private funds for the project. The City of Watertown has committed $50,000 to the project and Carver County […]

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There are special teen events at all Carver County Library branches this October! Teen Read Month If you’re 12-18 and you owe the library money for returning items late, visit your local Carver County library during October for a coupon good for up to $10 off fines! Print out the coupon from the library’s website […]

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The Watertown-Mayer Elementary School library and media center has become a popular place for the school’s youngest students this year thanks to a project completed last year at the high school by students in an industrial technology class. Students in Jim Erickson’s Advanced Woods class spent time during second semester last year constructing new bins […]

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