bibliobiker

Ride bikes. Read books.

My cousin from San Diego moved to Minneapolis to study water. Wayyyy cool. I broke her in the best way I know how—- bike ride!

Spritely and I love Mary Roach.

Spritely and I love Mary Roach.

A graphic novel memoir and cookbook. Pick up Relish by Lucy Knisley for an out of this wold carbonara recipe!

A graphic novel memoir and cookbook. Pick up Relish by Lucy Knisley for an out of this wold carbonara recipe!

Book sale jackpot.  (at Lake Geneva Public Library)

Book sale jackpot. (at Lake Geneva Public Library)

Devoured it.

Devoured it.

Walker Library (7 of 41)

There are so many things to love about the new library in Uptown. Three sides of the building are made up of floor to ceiling windows. The space is extremely inviting with brightly colored furniture, book displays on relevant themes to the community, and an overall awesome location. The library is located at the intersection of the Greenway bike path and one of the main Metro Transit Centers in Minneapolis. This library is just what the neighborhood needed. A free and energizing space to get work done and let the imagination run wild. 

Good day for a cozy mystery #murdershebarked #spritelygram

Good day for a cozy mystery #murdershebarked #spritelygram

Open Streets! Where Lyndale Avenue is blocked off for twenty city blocks. Bikers and pedestrians e v e r y w h e r e. Can we make this a regular Sunday thing?

Open Streets! Where Lyndale Avenue is blocked off for twenty city blocks. Bikers and pedestrians e v e r y w h e r e. Can we make this a regular Sunday thing?

Summer school is much more bearable when you take a class like Readers’ Advisory. Cheers to hammock reading and sunny bike rides to campus!

Summer school is much more bearable when you take a class like Readers’ Advisory. Cheers to hammock reading and sunny bike rides to campus!

Attention crafters/artists/makers! #BiblioCraft is a must.

Attention crafters/artists/makers! #BiblioCraft is a must.

ex-tabulis:

libraryadvocates:

slcl:

Ballet at the library? Yes! Kids at the Prairie Commons Branch experienced a special story time yesterday. Ballet dancers from the DaySpring School read the fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk, then taught the kids dance moves to act out the story they had just heard. You can see more adorable photos from the program here

Beanstalk Ballet is a part of SLCL’s Art @ Your Library series. The program is being held at multiple branches, get the full schedule here

That first shot is the best.

1. This program is awesome.

2. That first girl is adorable!

LOVE this.

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