This month we have two programs scheduled – 

Master Accordionist Mario Cianflone will be touring area libraries sharing the history of the accordion and playing a variety of French, Italian, classical and even Latin American music on the accordion. 

321 Art Studio will also be visiting area libraries presenting a cartooning workshop designed for K-6 grades but also a great opportunity for families to get creative together.

For the full schedule of both programs go to: http://aucontactpoint.com/arrowblog/2012-13-legacy-events/

Two public art projects have been completed at the Cook and Moose Lake Public Libraries. 

A dedication is scheduled for October 10th at 11a at the Moose Lake Public Library. Here are some “in progress” photos of the clay sculpture reflecting the areas of cultural
diversity that helped to shape the vision of the Moose Lake Public Library created by Ken and Pat Larson.

      
Ron Benson created a number of glass panels celebrating
Cook’s key artistic, cultural, and historical attributes. Here are photos of a few of the panels created. The glass panels are difficult to photograph well so stop by the Cook Library and see the display in person for the best view!