Happy New Year from Superior Public Library!
The library will be closed Dec. 23-Dec. 26 for the Christmas holiday. Starting Dec. 30, we will be closed for New Year's and will remain closed through Jan. 5 for construction.
If you've visited Superior Public Library recently, you've probably noticed that we've been making some changes around here. Don't worry, the chaos is only temporary. Bear with us as we give our library a much-needed makeover. Our remodeling project will last six months and the result will be extraordinary. You'll love our expanded area for children and teens, new furniture and carpeting, computer lab, additional meeting and conference spaces and much more. We appreciate your patience as we improve our space so we can serve you better.
We have lots to be thankful for at Superior Public Library. We're thankful for the many volunteers who made our eighth annual Library Trick-or-Treat possible. Thanks to Northern Expressions Arts Collective, Friends of the Library, Kiwanis Club of Superior, St.
Thank you to all who attended Superior Public Library's eighth annual Library Trick or Treat. This free event is a Halloween tradition in our community, and hundreds of children joined us for candy, crafts, stories and fun. We'd also like to thank our crew of volunteers. Without their hard work and dedication, this event would not be possible. Thanks for supporting this fantastic event!
Halloween is right around the corner, which means it's time for Library Trick-or-Treat. Join us from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 21 for our eighth annual Library Trick-or-Treat, a Halloween tradition for kids of all ages. This year's theme is Scooby Doo, and we'll have a cast of costumed characters, colorful set pieces and props, and of course, a ton of candy. Put on your costumes and join us for this free event. Enjoy special storytimes at 11 a.m., noon, and 1 p.m., make crafts and win prizes at our bingo games. Bring a nonperishable food item for the local food shelf.
Are you looking for a fun way to make a difference in your community? Sign up for the 25th annual Dick Reder Golf Scramble and help support Superior Public Library's upcoming remodeling project. The library is this year's recipient of the event's proceeds, with money going toward an expanded Children's Room, Storytime space and new area for teens. The golf scramble begins with a shotgun start at 11:30 a.m. July 14 at Nemadji Golf Course. Sponsorship packages include beverages, a steak dinner from Superior Meats, chances to win prizes and more.
Come to Superior Public Library on June 27 at 6 p.m. for a free evening of music performed by local musician Tom O'Keefe. Tom has performed throughout the Twin Ports for many years, including appearances at Homegrown Music Festival and this year's Dylanfest. He'll perform your favorite songs on acoustic guitar. The Friends of the Library provides refreshments.
School is out for the summer and it's time for summer reading. Come to Superior Public Library and pick up a reading log in the Children's Room. Kids and teenagers will earn prizes throughout the summer. Plus, all Summer Reading Program finishers will be entered into a grand prize drawing for a LEGO set. Join us for free events and programs all summer long. Help "Build a Better World" through reading.
Are you getting out of town for the long holiday weekend? Make sure to stop by the library before you hit the road and pick up books, audiobooks and CDs for the journey. The library will be closed Saturday through Monday and reopens at 9 a.m. May 30.