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Meinders Community Library
The original library board
convened on March 27, 1900 on the second floor of City Hall. In 1903,
notice was received that Andrew Carnegie was providing a grant of
$10,000 for a public library building. The new library opened for
business on November 11, 1904. In 1975, the public library combined
with the school library to better serve the community. The old Carnegie
Library was then used as the Pipestone Senior Citizens building. In
January 2003, the community/school library moved into its new home in
the Pipestone Area School building. Renamed the Meinders Community
Library, it offers public reading areas, meeting rooms, more computer
access, a coffee bar and easy access to over 27,000 books and many
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Plum Creek eBooks are located here:
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Area Friends of the Library
As a Friend,
you support the Public Library and:
- Help children become lifelong readers by supporting
young people's programs
- Help to supply summer reading programs and provide
prizes for special contests
- Host the annual book sale and open houses
- Offer special exhibits and programs for adults
- Assist with special events
- Support acquisition of new printed material and
- Make new friends
- Become a member of a group dedicated to supporting
and improving the quality of life in our community
Student - $5
Individual - $25
Family - $40
Business - $100
Patron - $500
Contributions are tax deductible. All dues
except patron are annual.
Make checks payable to:
PAFL, 1401 7th Street SW, Pipestone, MN 56164
1401 7th Street SW
Pipestone, MN 56164
(Memorial Day-Labor Day)
Kyle Caskey - Chair
Tami Taubert - School Bd. Rep.
Evan Schiller - PAFL rep.
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