The Foley library phone will be offline on Saturday May 26 and Tuesday May 29. The library will be open regular hours these days.
Library News: Clearwater
Posted April 27, 2013
Clearwater volunteers Donna Holovnia and Susan Bloomer-Furey distributed 20 copies of "Montana Sky" by Nora Roberts for World Book Night. "They went really fast," said Holovnia. "It was fun talking to people about what they like to read. Some people were so excited to receive a free book." World Book Night is an independent event that happens across the world. Read more about it at www.worldbooknight.org.
Posted March 23, 2013
Clearwater Library patrons are showing their support of GRRL libraries through the High $5 fundraising campaign. Clearwater staff were photographed standing proudly in front of the display board which is filling up with High $5 hands. Each hand represents a High $5 donation. Forty percent of all monies raised at each branch remain at the branch for local purposes. The remaining 60 percent goes to support Great River Regional Library, providing benefits to library users at all 32 library...
Posted December 20, 2012
Look who visited the Clearwater Library: library blogger Ellen McEvoy. Ellen has a quest to visit as many libraries across our land as she can and to post a blog about her experiences. She's making her way through Minnesota and Wisconsin when she's not taking care of her responsibilities at the Shoreview Library, where she works. You can check out her blog to see what she thought about the Clearwater Library and other libraries she has visited.
Posted October 15, 2012
Hopper the Leap Into Reading frog joined a group of about 12 children at the Clearwater Public Library for fun and stories on Saturday, Oct. 13. Hopper will visit all 32 Great River Regional Library locations this year. Leap Into Reading is an initiative from Minnesota's Department of Education to encourage early literacy. Children danced the "Hokey Croaky" and enjoyed froggy stories about frogs on a log and a wide-mouthed frog before completing a "frog on a stick"...
Posted August 6, 2012
The Clearwater Public Library moved to new premises at 740 Clearwater Center in June, and celebrated with a Grand Re-Opening on Saturday, July 21. The new premises are very close to the old library building in the same commercial center. It has easy access and plenty of parking. The move has provided additional space that can be used for meetings, programming and more shelving. On hand for the ribbon cutting were Library Aide Michele Butterfield-Juip, Regional Supervisor Jami Trenam, Library...
Posted July 12, 2012
In June, the Clearwater Public Library moved into new premises at 740 Clearwater Center. The Clearwater Center location is on the eastern edge of the commercial development surrounding the Clearwater truck stop just off I-94. The new location is only a few paces away from where it was previously situated, but the new space adds more than 1,000 sq. ft. which can be used for meetings, programming and other purposes. The library's Grand Re-Opening Celebration is set to take place...
Posted June 18, 2012
Wow! That is what everyone is saying when they walk into the new Clearwater Library. The 3750 sq. ft. space is considerably larger than the old location. The additional space provides a meeting room, teen section, and places for readers to relax. For years, the library’s advisory board noticed the need for expansion and researched many options. The stars aligned this past winter: the advisory board asked the Clearwater City Council for approval to pursue the new space in February....
Posted June 23, 2011
Illustrator, Gary Harbo is returning to Clearwater's Stickney Crossing Library. Many young artists attended the June 15 art class at the Clearwater library and learned drawing techniques from illustrator and teacher Gary Harbo. On Wednesday, June 29, Harbo will teach an advanced art lesson at the Clearwater Library. Even if you have never tried to draw a straight line you are welcome to join this fun class. You can register on the library's Events page.
Posted June 11, 2010
Children thought it was awesome when the ArtOrg steamroller rolled over their projects at the Clearwater Library on June 9. Clearwater was one of the first stops in ArtOrg’s Thousand Print Summer project that gives individuals the opportunity to create a piece of art made by a printing process with the assistance of a steamroller! The steamroller provides pressure to transfer ink from an image to paper. Children create the images, and the ArtOrg staff do the inking and drive the...