Giese Memorial Library
East Central Regional Library has chosen Sarah Ethier as the new branch librarian for the Giese Memorial Library in Wyoming. Her first day in Wyoming was Tuesday, June 24. She replaces Rebecca Hostetler, who retired at the end of April. Ethier joins ECRL from the Carver County Library, where she has...Read More
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A new cultural exhibit from the Mille Lacs band of Ojibwe highlights the band’s heritage and deep connection to east central Minnesota. The exhibit will be on display at the Giese Memorial Library, 26855 Forest Blvd., from Wednesday, April 30 to Tuesday, May 13. Five interconnected banners detail ...Read More
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Wyoming librarian Rebecca Hostetler will retire at the end of April. She joined the East Central Library system in 2007 and became the Wyoming branch librarian in 2009. An open house will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 30, to celebrate her years of service. The public is invited to ...Read More
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Children’s pictures made three-dimensional Last summer children ages 4 to 10 were invited to participate in the East Central Regional Library kids design contest. All they had to do was draw a picture and bring it to the Giese Memorial Library in Wyoming. One entry from each of the 14 branches wa...Read More
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Apply by Jan. 5 to share the joy of reading The Giese Memorial Library will again be a pick-up spot for World Book Night. Celebrated each year on April 23 (the birthday of Shakespeare), the event supports literacy and community as 25,000 volunteers give 500,000 specially printed paperbacks to peopl...Read More
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The Friends of the Giese Memorial Library will hold a book sale from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 14. And they need your help. Book donations will be accepted at the library from now till Friday, Dec. 13. Children’s books are especially needed, but all books in excellent condition are w...Read More
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Help make the holidays warmer for young Chisago County residents this year with the gift of a book. The “Giving Tree” supports children in need and spreads the joy of reading. This year the annual collection of books begins Nov. 29. Here’s how it works: 1. Select a tag from the tree at the lib...Read More
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