Siouxland Libraries - A City/County Partnership

Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking

Take this opportunity to learn more about sex trafficking in South Dakota, the Midwest, and around the world. Learn how The New Colossus organization empowers people to see the signs, be aware, and prevent victimization.

Thursday, October 8, 6:30 p.m. at the Oak View Branch



Siouxland Libraries will be closed Monday, October 12, for Native American Day.

You can download eBooks or stream a movie anytime, day or night. Check your account online or call 367-7340.

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Yarn-a-Bit Club

Whether you are a beginning “stitcher” or advanced yarn spinner, join our knitting and crochet club. Please bring your own supplies and expertise you’re willing to share. All ages and experience levels are welcome! Call Paula at 978-6899 for details.

Prairie West Branch, 7 p.m., the second Tuesday of the month

Small Business

Small Business Series

Bring a sack lunch and join us at the Downtown Library, 12-1 p.m.

October 14 -- Entrepreneurship and Building the Business Plan
October 21 -- Building the Budgets
October 28 -- Business Resources for Start-ups

Register for Oct. 14 session
Register for Oct. 21 session
Register for Oct. 28 session

Score with your library card

Show your library card at any Siouxland Libraries branch to receive a buy-one-get-one-free ticket voucher for the Sioux Falls Stampede hockey game against the Waterloo Black Hawks on Saturday, October 17, 2015, at 7:05 p.m.

Vouchers are redeemable at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center box office. Limit two vouchers per library card. Vouchers are available for cardholders of all ages.

Call 367-8710 with questions.

Go Green

Rain Barrel Workshop

Turn a plastic garbage container into your very own homemade rain barrel! Jessica Lantgen, a Sustainability Coordinator with the City of Sioux Falls, will lead the workshop and provide 20 households with a FREE container. Call 367-8720 to register your household for the event. Registration is required.

Monday, October 26, 7 p.m., at the Downtown Library


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