Superior Public Library's winter reading program will have your kids reading all winter long. Pick up a Winter Reading Bingo Card in the Children's Room and start reading. Kids can fill in the squares on the card by reading to a stuffed animal, reading a book about a cat, listening to an audiobook and more. When they've completed five activities on the card, bring the sheet to the library and receive a prize. The Winter Reading Program runs through March 18, so there's plenty of time to get with the program.
If you have the winter blues, come to Superior Public Library and pick up a book or DVD to lift your spirits, or check out one of our upcoming programs. Have your kids signed up for our Winter Reading Program? Pick up a bingo card in the Children's Room at the library. Complete five activities on the sheet and return it to the Children's Room for a prize bag. On Jan. 23, we'll be showing "Deepwater Horizon," an action drama starring Mark Wahlberg inspired by real events. The movie is rated PG-13 and will start at 6 p.m. Light snacks will be available.
You can download the latest e-books, audiobooks and movies by visiting dbooks.wplc.info and logging in with your library card number.
Happy holidays from Superior Public Library! Let us help you get into the holiday spirit by checking out our many events and programs throughout the month of December, starting with the Friends of the Library's annual Merry Little Christmas Book Sale. The sale runs Saturday, Monday and Tuesday during regular library hours. The books included in this sale are in like-new condition, perfect for giving to the bookworm on your gift list.
Superior Public Library would like to take this opportunity to personally say "thank you" to our many Trick-or-Treat volunteers, sponsors and helpers: Great Northern Classic Rodeo, Enbridge, Amy and Jordon Stangland, Mike Almond, Carrie Conley and art students at Cathedral School, Kerri Gordon and art students at Northern Lights Elementary School, children at Head Start Center 2 in Superior, Friends of the Library, Lois Papenfuss and residents of Lighthouse of Superior, Deb Johnson, Troy Schwanangel, Paige Berger, Lynn High, Carrie and Emily Reno, Kaitlynn Andrs, Suzie and Evelyn Warring, C
The Superior Public Library would like to thank everyone who came to our Library Trick-or-Treat. We welcomed more than 1,200 kids to the library for trick-or-treating, crafts, games and stories, and we could not have done it without the support of our sponsors, donors, volunteers and helpers. Thank you for supporting this event. In observance of Veterans' Day, the library will be closed today-Sunday and reopens at 9 a.m. Monday.
The Great Pumpkin is coming to the Superior Public Library. Join us for the seventh annual library Trick or Treat 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 29. It features a cast of costumed characters portraying the entire Peanuts gang, plus trick or treating, special storytimes at 11 a.m., noon and 1 p.m. in the Storyboat and Halloween crafts in the library chandelier area. The free event is a Halloween tradition for kids of all ages.
Happy autumn from Superior Public Library! Check out these great programs for kids and adults coming up at the library. What makes you happy? At 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Northern Expressions Art Collective will join us for a free program for kids called "Happiness Is ..." that features Charlie Brown and the whole Peanuts gang. Make a craft, enjoy a treat and talk about what makes you happy. Sign up by calling 715-394-8866 or stop by the Children's Room Desk.