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NEA Big Read & Little Read: Stillwater - Station Eleven & Blackout (Oct. 2-Nov. 11)

"NEA Big Read: Stillwater" is the Stillwater Public Library's tenth community-wide reading series. Survival and resilience will be explored through the books "Station Eleven" by Emily St. John Mandel and the "NEA Little Read" title "Blackout" by John Rocco. Visit our Big Read event page to learn more


Fall Walking Book Club (Sep. 13, Oct. 11, Nov. 14, and Dec. 14 @ 10:30 a.m.)

Walk and talk about books this fall with Lisa.  We will meet on the dates above and enjoy fresh air, converse about the books The Light Between Oceans, Station 11, The Silent Patient and The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry and walk.  Email Lisa with any questions and click here to register.

Be Mindful: Self Guided Online Course 

  • "Be Mindful," is an online, clinically proven, self-paced mindfulness-based cognitive therapy course that tracks your results
  • Learn practical approaches proven to reduce stress, anxiety, and fatigue; the course can also improve sleep quality & resilience
  • The course is self-paced and can be completed over four approximately weeks
  • Click here to register or learn more here.
Teens Haunt SPL - Teen Costume Contest & Family Movie Night (Friday, October 22, 6 pm. @ Library Courtyard)

Teens are invited to come show off their best costume or cosplay at 6 pm Oct. 22 in the library courtyard. We'll have our costume contest and maybe a quick game followed by a showing of The Addams Family (1991). The costume contest is for teens only but the Teen Advisory Committee has graciously decided to open up the movie to any community members who are interested. The movie should start at 7 pm. It will also be in the library courtyard. Please bring blankets or chairs as seating will not be provided. We will have free popcorn, though! Teens should register for the costume contest here:

Bike Rodeo (Saturday, September 25 from 1-3 p.m. @ Library Courtyard)

Swing by the library from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept 25 to participate in a Bike Rodeo. Best for elementary-age children. Each participant will need a signed waiver and should bring their own bike and helmet. Riders will have a chance to practice bike handling skills on a practice course and get their bike and helmet checked for adjustments.  

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