Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Upcoming Events


with the Creativity Tank

Thursday, August 11, 1:30 pm

at the Aurora Community/Senior Center

How do you become the best you can be? What  word would you wish for the world? Find your word of encouragement and let it fly!  Creativity Tank artists will guide participants in the process of designing their own personal flag through drawing and painting on fabric. Simple stitching will complete the project for hanging.  Join us for this wonderful art program!  Limit:  12.  Please contact the library to guarantee your place!

Patrick Mader presents:


Friday, August 26, 

10:30 am

Join author Patrick “Packy” Mader as he presents an engaging and unique program sharing the memorable conversations he had with Minnesota athletes participating in the Olympics, World Championships, and World Cups from 1948 – 2014.  Discover true Minnesota gold! 


presented by The Sutter Brothers

Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1:30 pm

at Carefree Living, Aurora

The public is welcome and invited to attend!

 The Sutter Brothers evoke the landscape, critters, and quirky characters of northern Minnesota through songs and stories, poetry and music. Their music ranges from songs of immigrant longing to their hilarious hit, “When the Smelt Buckets are Loaded, I’m Coming Home to You.”

"WINTERING" / Peter Geye

Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1:30 pm

at the Aurora Public Library

Follow a father and son’s epic journey into the forbidding wilds of the Boundary Waters.  This presentation will include slides of the sources that inspired and informed the writing of Peter Geye’s Wintering including images of the maps that play a central role in the story, and in the exploration of this territory.

These programs, sponsored by Arrowhead Library System, were funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.







Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Read for the Win! Summer Reading Programs

The 2016 Summer Reading programs for children and teens have reached their conclusion.  This year, 90 children and 18 teens signed up to participate. The 59 children who turned in reading logs reported reading (or having read to them, in the case of children too young to read) 36,575 pages during the 7 weeks of the program.  MANY of these pages were read to children by local day care providers.  CONGRATULATIONS, CHILDREN AND ALL WHO READ TO THEM!  4 teens turned in reading logs and reported completing 43 reading challenges.  Way to go, teen readers!

The reading programs are over, but the summer is not.  Even if there are no more prizes until next summer, keep on reading!

The PTO has donated $5 gift certificates to the Fall book fair to all children who completed at least one strip on their reading record.  Many children also earned vouchers for the St. Louis County Fair. If you have not yet picked up your certificate or vouchers, please come do so!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Check It Out! Newly added titles at the Aurora Public Library

 A number of titles have recently been added to our collection--check them out!


Freedom--Jaycee Dugard
The Last Laker--Frederick Stonehouse


A Dark and Stormy Murder--Julia Buckley
Arsenic With Austen--Katherine Bolger Hyde
Night and Day--Iris Johansen
Beyond the Ice Limit--Preston & Child


Falling--Jane Green
Greatly Beloved--Margo Hansen
Before the Fall--Noah Hawley
Daughters of the Bride--Susan Mallery
The Second Half--Lauraine Snelling


Towers Falling--Jewell Parker Rhodes


Pete the Cat's Got Class--James Dean


The Choice
The 5th Wave
Jane Got A Gun
London Has Fallen
Murder She Baked
A Royal Night Out


An American Romance
Aurora Borealis
Here on Earth
Joe Somebody
Memorial Day
New in Town
Serious Man
A Simple Plan
Sweet Land


Being Brave for Bailey--Corey Gut