Library News: St Cloud

Every Saturday from 2:30 to 4:45 p.m. homework helpers are available in the St. Cloud Public Library Children's Room to assist young students with math, science, English, or other academic studies. No registration or fees are required. Homework Help is free of charge on a walk-in basis.
Fight off the winter blues with library game nights! Enjoy new games and good company the first Monday of every month from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud Public Library. Get your game on!
Teens - Help us celebrate this unique day and decorate the library for winter! All day long on Saturday, Dec. 27, paper will be flying and snowflakes will be falling in room 263 at the St. Cloud Public Library.
You have something original to say? We want to hear it! Bring your poetry, short story, song or any other piece of writing to share at the St. Cloud Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 20 from 4:00 to 4:45 p.m. in the Mississippi Community Room.
Thursday, Dec. 4 is National Dice Day. Come on down to the St. Cloud Public Library on that day and take the Story Dice Challenge! Can you tell a story using only the dice? We'll be rolling dice and telling tales all day ~ stop on by and take the challenge!
November is National Novel Writing Month. This series shines a spotlight on local authors. They'll answer questions about their craft, where ideas come from and their publishing experiences, as well as read from their work. Learn how from those that have conquered. Today's author, Megan (Truenow) Kiffmeyer, is a 2004 graduate from St. Cloud Technical High School where she was a writer and editor for the high school paper. She currently resides in Kimball, Minnesota. Megan is a part of their...
Did you know that, in Latin, Lego means "I assemble"? Coincidence? I think not. The St. Cloud Public Library is giving our community a challenge....what can you create with LEGO? Please sign up and drop off your entry in the LEGO Brick Building Challenge at the Children's Help Desk on the first floor. Entries must fit within 2' by 2' by 2' dimensions and may not be a standard kit. You may enter the challenge at any time the library is open Nov 5 to 8. No late entries will be accepted....
Are you a teacher, student, or parent of a student involved in History Day? Need help finding information that supports your thesis? Wouldn't it be nice to have your own personal librarian to help you? Well, with our new Book a Librarian program you can! We have two dedicated research librarians available to visit any branch library or school~ to assist with any and all research needs. If you cannot get to the scheduled History Day Hullabaloo at St. Cloud Public Library on Feb. 14, let us...
Our secret is out - the St. Cloud Public Library is haunted. More specifically, the three study rooms in the teen area are haunted: by a paranoid madman, a spectral reader, and a maniacal scientist. They've been locked in a vault in the basement, until now. Through strange, Halloween cosmic forces these ghosts have been released and are taking up residence in our teen study rooms. From Monday, Oct. 27 through Halloween night we're allowing the public to get a glimpse of the macabre. Come...
Love horror books? Love being scared? Here at the St. Cloud Public Library we're putting our dual loves together in one great program - Scary Storytime for teens. On Saturday, Oct. 18 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. we'll be reading some of the best of Stephen King's short stories in Room 268 on the upper level. Be prepared to be scared.