June Children’s Activities

1-Yoga in the Park 2-Stroller Walk 3-Baby Dance Party 7-Take-and-Make: Summer Luminaries * 7-Mikayla Oz Magic Show* 7-Dog Tales 8-Yoga in the Park 8-Storytime at the Kids Lunch Club 8-Stroller Walk 9-Crafternoon: Tissue Paper Rainbows* 10-Field Trip on Foot* 13-Storytime in the Park 14-Take-and-Make: Citrus prints* 14- Maurice Sendak Birthday Party with ArtHaus* 15-Yoga in … [Read More]

ISU Insect Zoo

Friday 7/8 11:00 am in Decorah Public Library’s Upper Mezzanine Get up close and personal with 100 species of our multi-legged friends, beetles, millipedes, walking sticks, roaches, scorpions, tarantulas and more! Learn all about why these animals are important for our environment with the help of our knowledgeable Insect Zoo staff. Ask questions about the … [Read More]

June Book Discussions

Decorah Public Library staff are hosting nine book discussions in June. The groups are open to the public and newcomers are encouraged to attend. Anyone interested should call the library at 382-3717 to learn more or to reserve a book. Zoom links are available on the Library’s website or you can email ktorresdal@decorahlibrary.org to be … [Read More]

“The Hacienda” by Isabel Cañas

The Hacienda By Isabel Cañas I received an ARC of The Hacienda from Berkley Publishing Group in exchange for an honest review. Isabel Cañas’ debut novel is an anti-colonialist take on the haunted house genre set in the aftermath of the Mexican War of Independence. It follows two characters: Beatriz, who has recently married a … [Read More]

“Elektra” by Jennifer Saint

Elektra By Jennifer Saint I received an ARC of Elektra from Flatiron Books in exchange for an honest review. Jennifer Saint’s follow-up to Ariadne is called Elektra, but that is somewhat misleading—the titular character shares this story, which encompasses events prior to and during Homer’s Iliad and Aeschylus’ Agamemnon, with Clytemnestra (her mother) and Cassandra … [Read More]