Lorry is the author of 19th Century Frontenac, Minnesota, The Rest of the Story.
Lorry will be sharing her book and other local history including river transportation during the 1800s at the Wabasha Public Library. Local editors include: Bill Flies, Dianne Schjolberg, Ellen Hodgson Stewart and Susan Wandmacher
Everyone is welcome. Refreshments will be served.
Yo Ho, Yo Ho, the Pirate’s life is for me! But, not so fast, me hearty! What exactly is a pirate? Is a pirate’s life everything that you have been led to believe? Do books and movies about pirates give us an accurate picture of what it was really like to be one? What is life aboard a ship really like? How did pirates navigate at sea? What were the dangers of pirating? Perhaps you had better look a little closer into the world of the pirate before you jump aboard. You can learn everything you need to know in…
Pirates: Predators of the Seas
This presentation will separate the myths from the facts about piracy, from ancient times to modern day pirates. An authentically costumed pirate will get down to the nitty gritty of what piracy was, and is all about through interactive audience participation.
Educational and great fun.
Using your Wabasha Public Library card, Wabasha/Kellogg residents can now check out digital materials from the Rochester Public Library. An agreement between SELCO and RPL will allow patrons from both library systems to access each other’s eBooks and eAudiobooks. If you need help establishing an account or accessing digital materials, please contact the Wabasha Public Library at 651-565-3927 or stop in during normal business hours. The Libby app is the easiest way to access digital materials through the library. Click on the link to download the Libby app: https://meet.libbyapp.com/