'Supernatural Lake Superior' with Chad Lewis
• Two Harbors Public Library - Monday, Jan. 7, 6 p.m.
• Silver Bay Public Library - Tuesday, Jan. 8, 6 p.m.
The Arrowhead Library System is pleased to present "Supernatural Lake Superior" with Chad Lewis, a free one-hour presentation being offered for ages 13 to adult.
Take a visit to the strange side of this Great Lake. With bizarre tales of UFOs hovering over the water; phantom ships disappearing into thin air; haunted businesses along the shore; deadly sea serpents; mysterious creatures; and sinister men in black, this program will change the way you view the majestic lake. You can learn more about Chad and his work here: chadlewisresearch.com.
This program, sponsored by Arrowhead Library System, was funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Two Harbors Public Library
All ages can "Curl Up with a Good Book" this season and sign up for the Winter Reading Program to win prizes.
The Winter Reading Program begins Monday, Jan. 7, for kids, teens and adults. All programs will run through Feb. 28. The theme this year is "Curl Up with a Good Book."
The children's program has a drawing for variety of awesome prize packs, along with fun incentives for minutes read.
The teen program will have a grand prize of a $50 Amazon gift card, along with smaller prizes for the drawing.
During the reading program, both children and teens can win Culver's custards and meals by completing book logs provided by Culver's.
The adult program's grand prize will be a gift certificate donated by Vanilla Bean, plus additional prizes of great mugs and tote bags.
The kids' and teen's prizes, along with the smaller adult prizes, are provided by the Friends of the Two Harbors Public Library.
Silver Bay Public Library
Large-print titles available from your library
Did you know that this program distributes large-print reading materials for all ages to select Arrowhead Library System member libraries?
This rotating collection supplements the collections of participating libraries to help meet the needs of local users. The collection is weeded and constantly replenished with new books to keep it current.
Ten times per year, libraries exchange 70 books to supplement their collection, making 700 new titles available each year.
For more information, visit twoharborspubliclibrary.com or silverbay.com.