It’s time to start planning for your garden check out the books at the library for some great ideas
Today’s libraries are transforming. For education, jobs, or lifelong learning, the resources at your library can transform your life. Visit the Canby Public Library April 9-15 during National Library Week and find out how, or visit I Love Libraries.org.
Help us celebrate National Library Week and meet our new Head Librarian Deb Lanthier on Tuesday, April 11th from 2:00-4:00 p.m. with cookies and beverage and kids can color eggs.
Canby Library Book Club will meet Tuesday, April 4th at 10:30 a.m. and will be discussing Mulligan by Nathan Jorgenson. Everyone is welcome to join in the discussion
Adult Coloring starting at the Canby Library on Wednesday, Feb 1st at 5:30 – 7:15. All adults are welcome. Supplies will be provided along with a hot beverage and chocolate. If time only permits you to come for 10 minutes that is fine whatever works for you.
Marty Seifert at Canby Public Library Friday, Jan 20th @ 4:00 p.m.
He will be discussing his new book Sundown at Sunrise which is a historical novel about an 100 year old ax murder from southern Minnesota.
The library is open today if you have tried to call us our phones are not working.
You can always learn something new everyday.
Today a patron brought into the library an instrument used to made wooden spills. What is a wooden spill? It is a curled piece of wood used for lighting candles, cigars and lamps.
If you would like to see one we have some on display at the library.