The Friends of the Howard Lake Library hosted the annual End of Summer Reading Party on Thursday, August 28th. The beautiful evening allowed us to enjoy the party on the library square and greens area. See included photos. Continue reading
The Friends are sponsoring a 40′ bus converted into an exhibit about the WWII German prisoners held in the Midwest from 1943 to 1946. The exhibit is a production of Traces and features 15 display panels with photographs and documents and a 21 seat theater for viewing a DVD about the subject. Continue reading
Howard Lake native, Loren Zander, will share his experiences during WWII and the Korean conflict. The 86 year old veteran flew 38 WWII missions over Japan, as the air craft commander of a B29 bomber. He will gladly entertain questions from the audience.
Hey Summer Readers, join us for a “congratulations” and “job well done” celebration. The Library Friends will host the party on Thursday, August 21 at 6 PM on the library square and greenspace. All who participated in the summer program, along with their families, are invited to attend. Test your skill at hopscotch, drop some clothes pins in the bottle and toss a few bean bags. March in a game of musical chairs and pin the paper pepperoni on the giant pizza board.
The drawings for the grand prizes (Razor scooter & helmet and shelf music system) will be held on the 21st. You need not be present to win. Refreshments will be served.
So summer readers, gather up your families and join us on August 21.
For more information, contact the librarians or call 320.543.200.