Washington County Library

Washington County Library
April Highlights

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Job Fair planned for April 24

Join us for a Job Fair with the Washington County WorkForce Center on April 24 at R.H. Stafford Library in Woodbury. This event will bring together representatives from a variety of employers from the Washington County area – including manufacturing, retail, transportation, and education – to connect job seekers with many opportunities. Learn more...

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Spotlight On...Jobs and Careers

Whether you’re considering a career change, job hunting, or just wondering what to be “when you grow up,” Washington County Library has tools, resources, and programs to help you navigate these important decisions. Tap into our job and career databases to explore careers, view job listings, and get live job coaching or resume writing help. Our Job Corners at Hardwood Creek, Park Grove, and R.H. Stafford libraries are also set up to help job seekers get started. Learn more...

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Talking About the Legacy of Vietnam

Join the library, Twin Cities Public Television, and Washington County Veterans Services for a community conversation that explores the Vietnam War and its legacy from several points of view. Four speakers with different experiences will share their stories about the Vietnam War, representatives from Veterans Services will be on hand to answer questions, and related books and videos will be highlighted. Learn more...

Get Ready for a Royal Wedding

Celebrate the upcoming royal wedding at a ‘Royal Tea’ Tea Party at Wildwood Library. Share a cup of tea, enjoy a selection of scones, and play games with other Anglophiles during this fun event. Make sure to wear your finest tea party attire – there will be a prize for the best hat! Space is limited at this program for adults, so please register online or call the library at 651-426-2042. Learn more...

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Building for the Future

In April, we’ll be holding the second round of community engagement meetings for building projects at Park Grove, Wildwood, and Valley libraries. At these meetings, the architects will be sharing the feedback they’ve gathered so far and images to help attendees start envisioning what a library of the future will look like in their communities. Find out more about each event, or learn more about the projects on our building page, WashCoLib.org/Future.

STEM Saturdays

This month, young minds can learn about the engineering design process and build a personal-sized catapult at Lake Elmo Library. Or, if the mysterious is more your style, visit Oakdale Library to learn about the psychology, chemistry, and physics behind some great magic tricks. Learn more about all of the April STEM Saturdays events planned at Washington County libraries. 

STEM Saturdays

Reminder! Library Closed April 18

All Washington County Library locations will be closed on Wednesday, April 18 for an all staff training day. Regular hours will resume on Thursday, April 19. Stillwater and Bayport libraries will be open on April 18. 

Even though our buildings are closed, you can still access your library account on our website, WashCoLib.org, and check out ebooks, audiobooks, and digital magazines through our digital branch.

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