Category: Programming

Story Hour Chicks

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By , March 14, 2018

Reading stories and making crafts was fun today at Story Hour!

Showing My Work

News – Leprechaun Slips the Trap!

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By , March 14, 2018

We thought we’d catch a Leprechaun, but it slipped the trap!

Teaching Diversity and Leprechauns

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By , March 7, 2018

Mom Knows How

Choosing a Match

Catching a Leprechaun

Seeds in a Cup

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By , February 28, 2018

Finishing Touches

Helping Hands

Friend of 4-H Award

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By , December 20, 2017

The Library is building relationships with children, parents and caregivers providing a variety of fun and creative activities throughout the year. We were recently recognized by the Buffalo County 4-H for our summer activities. The Winona Daily News ran the story, and an excerpt is included here:

“Rita Magno and Diane Wald of Alma Public Library received the Buffalo County 4-H Friend of 4-H award on Oct. 20 at the library. For almost a decade, the Alma Public library and its staff has hosted Cochrane-Fountain City 4-H after school students every Monday in the summer. This partnership has grown 4-H and provided an opportunity to build student literacy skills and retention during the summer.” (Winona Daily News – Oct 26 2017)

To link to the rest of the article, visit the Winona site – here!


Dressing Up the Tree

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By , December 13, 2017

Our tree had lost some of its shine after the gifts were picked up by the Buffalo County Health Department for distribution to local families, so Wednesday Story Hour participants came to the rescue! Diane Wald lead the efforts, helping kids and adults make the colorful stars, ornaments and the paper chain you see here.  Thanks everyone for lighting up our Lobby.

The Buffalo County Giving Tree is a collaboration of the Alma Public Library and the Buffalo County Health Department.

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