Governor Walz has lifted the mask mandate for the state of Minnesota for those who are fully vaccinated. You can read more about this news on the Post Bulletin’s website. We continue to ask you to wear masks while in … Continue reading →
Our book club is restarting! The schedule has been updated on the Book Club page, so check it out! Please note, in 2021 we will be meeting at 6:30pm, upstairs at City Hall. We are reading The Nightingale by Kristin … Continue reading →
This week, the Van Horn Public Library encourages all community members to explore and access our virtual services and programs. Both libraries offer a wide array of online resources that are available from the comfort of home, including eBooks via … Continue reading →
April is Poetry Month, so we are looking for you to make Book Spine Poetry. Write a poem by arranging books so their titles create a poem. You can do this with your own books or movies, or you can … Continue reading →
Want to help the library raise money for future building projects? Want a cool Van Horn Public Library tote bag? Do we have a deal for you! We are currently taking orders for this heavy-duty 20″ wide x 15″ tall … Continue reading →
We are happy to report the results of the Open Hour survey we offered you back in January! The biggest takeaways were more morning hours and more uniform hours. Our new open hours start April 5, and they will be … Continue reading →
Interested in joining the book discussion for Still Alice tonight? There are 2 ways to do so! In person upstairs at City Hall or via Zoom. Hope to see you at 6pm tonight!Continue reading →
Registration for the Reminiscing-in-Writing Workshop is now closed. Thank you to everyone who signed up, and keep an eye out in your email inbox for the link for the Zoom event!Continue reading →
Do you ever get the feeling there’s a pibble in your dribble? Or a naskit in your basket?
If so, this bracket competition is for you!
Our 14th annual community read program, One Town One Title, kicks off this week as we begin to distribute Still Alice by Lisa Genova. You can pick up your copy at the library or Pine Island City Hall while supplies … Continue reading →