Washington County Library

Washington County Library
March Highlights

Building for the Future

Input sought for library building projects

Washington County Library is asking residents who live near or use the Park Grove, Wildwood, and Valley libraries for their input as the library system moves forward with individual building projects at each of these three locations. Community engagement events will take place in the spring of 2018. Learn more...

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Spotlight On...Travel

Washington County Library can help you explore new places, or prepare for a great adventure, all through tools and materials available to you as a library cardholder. If you plan to travel for an upcoming Spring Break, or just want to get away from it all, the library should be your first stop before you depart! Learn more...

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Spring Break Fun

Fill your Spring Break with fun every day! Everything from Legos and games, to seed bombs and volcanoes and fidget spinners can provide entertainment during your school-free days. Check out the events planned at Oakdale Library and Park Grove Library. Learn more...

The Language of Our Younger Generation

“I lol’d.” “Didn’t you see my snap?” “It’s on Instagram!” These are just a few of the things we might hear from our grandchildren, the younger people at work, or the person who styles our hair. Join us for LOYG – the Language of Our Younger Generations at R.H. Stafford Library, for a primer on just what they’re saying and where they’re saying it. Learn more...

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Jigsaw Puzzle Contest

The timer is set for this exciting contest where teams of two to four participants attempt to complete a 550-piece jigsaw puzzle before their fellow competitors. A two-hour time cap will be in place as teams race to finish. Space is limited, so register at Hardwood Creek Library, or call 651-275-7300. Spectators are welcome! You don't want to miss this first-ever Washington County Library jigsaw puzzle contest. Learn more...

STEM Saturdays

STEM Saturdays 

This month, the Lake Elmo Library will inspire young minds with a program that examines how light travels, changes direction, and is refracted. Kids can then build and engineer a colorful kaleidoscope to take home. This program is a great fit with third and sixth grade standards, but is appropriate for younger ages as well. Learn more about the March STEM Saturday events planned at Washington County libraries.

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