Date(s): Mar 6th, 2016 - Mar 12th, 2016
Local teens will tune in at the library as the Anoka County Library celebrates Teen Tech Week™ March 6 -12. Anoka County Library joins thousands of other libraries and schools across the country who are raising awareness of how libraries create space to extend teen learning beyond the classroom. Creating opportunities for teens to gather ideas, acquire information, and be inspired.Read More...
Date(s): Feb 29th, 2016
How does your child plan to spend Leap Day? Reading a great book, of course. But how to find one? The Anoka County Library has made the task of finding good and new children’s books easier with the Kids List page.Read More...
Date(s): Jan 16th, 2016 - Apr 9th, 2016
2016 will be a big year for many of Anoka County Library’s youngest patrons with the “Authors in Anoka County” series.Read More...
Date(s): Jan 15th, 2016 - May 5th, 2016
It might be cold outside but things are heating up inside your Anoka County Library. From January 15 through May 5 the Anoka County Library will host 50 free programs for children and teens.Read More...
Date(s): Dec 9th, 2015
Anoka County Library is hosting a History Day Hullabaloo at its Mississippi Library location on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.Read More...
Date(s): Nov 2nd, 2015 - Nov 30th, 2015
Share the magic of books with a child in need. Anoka County Library is accepting donations of books for children and teens as part of its annual Project Bookshelf during the month of November.
“Reading opens a world of possibilities to young people,” says Library Board President, Dan Greensweig. “The gift of a book can inspire a child for a lifetime.”
To participate, simply bring new, unwrapped books for children and teens to any Anoka County Library location or Columbia Heights Public Library during the month of November. Books will be distributed through Anoka County food shelves including ACBD, CEAP, Centennial Community Food Shelf, and SACA.
“It’s amazing how the sight of a favorite childhood book can bring back memories,” said Anoka County Commissioner Robyn West. “This is an opportunity to share your favorite with a young reader!”
For more information, please visit your local Anoka County Library or call Mary Oliver at 763-434-6542.Read More...