To get a summer reading log for the Summer Reading Club (ages 5-12) or the Choose Your Own Adventure (ages 13+) , or to register for any of these programs, please stop by the Winsted Library, or give us a call at (320) 485-3909.
The winter storm is getting worse, so we’re headed home at 5pm today.
Even 4WD is no match for this mess!
If you’re out of books, and can’t make it in today (or tomorrow), remember you can go to pioneerland.overdrive.com to get an eBook or eAudio to tide you over until Mother Nature decides to ease up a bit.
Stay safe, everyone!
Take a trip to Springfield and meet Denny and the Dreamers, a fledgling doo-wop singing group preparing to enter the Big Whopper Radio contest to realize their dreams of making it to the big time! Trouble comes in the form of Lois, who arrives to put some polish on the boys. Denny falls in love, Wally falls in line, Eugene falls apart, and along comes handsome heartthrob Skip to send the whole situation spinning.
Hear hit songs like: Fools Fall in Love, Tears on My Pillow, Runaround Sue, Earth Angel, Stay, Unchained Melody, and of course, Life Could Be a Dream. Winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Best Musical Award, Life Could Be a Dream will leave you laughing, singing, and cheering!
(National Novel Writing Month)
November 1st: Kickoff at the Winsted Arts Council Building
5:30-6pm: Informal Meet & Greet
6:30-7pm: Encouragement, support, tips, and accountability
November 7th/14th/21st: Writing Sessions at the Winsted Public Library
5:30-7pm: Writing Sessions
*Please bring ear plugs or headphones if you need quiet to work.
November 29th: Final NaNoWriMo 2017 Night at the Winsted Public Library
5:30-6pm: Final writing session and update to NaNoWriMo.
6-6:45pm: Writers can read their book’s hook and/or favorite passage to the group.
6:45-7pm: Presentation of Awards
Winsted classes are on Mondays October (2, 9, & 16) at 7pm
at the Winsted Arts Council Building
141 Main Avenue West Winsted, MN 55395
(*Oct. 23-back up date in case of cancellation due to bad weather)
This project is funded in part or in whole with money from
Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.