Washington County Library

Washington County Library
February Highlights


New library cards

New library cards available in Feb.

All Washington County Library patrons are invited to pick a card, any card from seven newly designed library card options. The recently redesigned library cards (and matching keytags) offer patrons a chance to choose a library card that matches their unique library experience. New patrons can select their card when they sign up, and existing patrons can come to any Washington County Library location to swap their plain, white library card for a colorful replacement. Learn more...
 

snowshoes and hiking poles

Library, Parks host Snowshoe Story Stroll

Join Washington County Library and Washington County Parks for a snowshoe story stroll starting at the Nordic Center at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24. Hot cocoa and s’mores will be served following this family friendly stroll. All ages are welcome. Learn more...

Book club tools

Spotlight On...Book Clubs

Washington County Library offers great resources to help you launch or sustain your book club. Our tools can suggest your next title based on your clubs’ preferences, or offer up books written solely by Minnesota authors. We have book club kits that do all the work for you, from making sure there’s enough copies to go around, to coming up with the questions that will help spark great conversations. Just interested in joining a book club? Search the calendar for "book club."

For What It's Worth: An Antique Appraisal Event

Mark Moran, appraiser of antiques and fine art for over 20 years, will examine and appraise antiques and collectibles at Hardwood Creek Library on Saturday, Feb. 24. Register to have your item appraised by signing up in-person at the library's Reference Desk or by calling the library at 651-275-7300. Appraisal times are approximate. Spectators are welcome! Learn more...

antique watch
book sale books

Book Sale Offers Great Deals

Starting Feb. 9 and going through Feb. 11, materials at the Oakdale Library Book Sale are priced to sell: hardcover books at $2, paperback books at $1, and CDs and DVDs at $2 each. Proceeds from Washington County Library book sales are used to support collections and programming. Gently used donations of books, CDs, DVDs, etc. are welcome throughout the year. Learn more...

crafting supplies

Let's Make Stuff

Let's Make Stuff is a creative class for adults featuring a different project each month. In February, you can practice book folding at Park Grove Library, experiment with beading techniques at R.H. Stafford Library, or make alcohol ink coasters at Wildwood Library. All materials will be provided. Class sizes are limited. Learn more about this month's Let's Make Stuff programs.

STEM Saturdays

STEM Saturdays Events

From straw rockets, to erupting volcanoes, to basic survival, STEM Saturdays events at Washington County Library locations have a little something for every child. These events focus on science, technology, engineering and math to encourage young minds to explore and investigate. Learn more about STEM Saturdays offerings at a library location near you.

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