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  1. Children's Blizzard - Book Discussion

    August 14, 2021, 3:00 PM @ Corn Palace Outdoor Plaza

    Inspired by a ferocious storm that struck Dakota Territory in 1888, the 2021 One Book South Dakota "The Children's Blizzard" is a historical novel that hits close to home. Covering events that occurred in what is now South Dakota, the newly released Melanie Benjamin novel is a reader-friendly, discussable book that is particularly intriguing for residents of the state. Marilyn Carlson Aronson will lead a book discussion at the Corn Palace Outdoor Plaza. This event is hosted in partnership with the South Dakota Humanities Council

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  1. Mitchell City Council Meeting

    August 16, 2021, 6:00 PM

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Summer Reading Program

  1. "The Children's Blizzard" Book Discussion

    August 14, 2021, 3:00 PM @ Corn Palace Outdoor Plaza

    Mitchell Public Library will host a discussion of The Children's Blizzard on Saturday, August 14th at 3:00 PM, at the Corn Palace Outdoor Plaza. Marilyn Carlson Aronson, a South Dakota Humanities Council scholar, will lead the discussion. For more information, contact Zack North at 605-995-8480 or Mitchell Public Library has copies of "The Children's Blizzard" available for check-out. Copies are available at the front desk. The Children's Blizzard tells the story of a historic event that occurred in South Dakota. The One Book South Dakota discussions help fulfill the South Dakota Humanities Council's mission to "celebrate literature, promote civil conversation, and tell the stories that define our state." Join other readers to discuss this important experience and how ordinary people face extraordinary events and make difficult decisions.

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