Program Partners

New Members Welcome!

Program Partners are organizations who use the library's meetings rooms and welcome new members to join their group.

AARP Tax Preparation

AARP Tax Preparation

February through April

Volunteer tax preparers are on hand to prepare tax returns at no cost to you. No income, residency, or age requirements exist to use this service.

To schedule an appointment:

  • Call (701) 850-5174 to register by phone 
  • Visit Tax Aide EGF for online registration

Audubon Society

Monthly // TBA

Conservation through science, education, and advocacy. Audubon believes that what is good for birds is good for people, too, including healthy habitats, clean water, and clean air.
Facebook ⇗ | Website ⇗

Career Force Job Club

Career Force: Job Club

Monthly // First Monday @ 2:00 pm

A job club for job seekers. Meet other job seekers, get advice, referrals, and more facilitated by Career Force staff. Improve your interviewing skills, learn self-marketing techniques, and ease the stress during your job search!

Contact:  218-683-8063

Fiber Guild Logo Black (Solid FA)

Fiber Arts Guild of the Red River Valley

Monthly // Third Saturday @ 10:30 am

Fosters the preservation of historical fiber crafts such as weaving, spinning, knitting, crocheting, basketry and other fiber arts through demonstrations, exploration, and education.
Website ⇗


Hospice of the Red River Valley - Grief Support

Monthly // Second Thursday @ 1:00 pm

Hospice's grief program is a community resource available to anyone who has experienced a loss through death, whether they had hospice services or not.
Facebook   Website

Contact: Jennifer Messelt (701) 740-5247  

Toll-Free: (800) 237-4629

The Lotus Center 

Peer Recovery Support Services

One-to-one individual support by a certified peer recovery specialist. The Lotus Center Inc. provides aid to members of our community facing the struggles with substance use disorders. 

Contact: Jennifer Compeau (218) 288-3955

Website    Facebook


Minnkota Genealogical Society

Monthly // 1st Thursday @ 6:00 pm

A group of people, of all ages, interested in genealogy and the pursuit of tracing our family history. Instruction in basic genealogical research, provide support, and help preserve genealogy type records.
Website   Facebook

Contact: Email Peter Bouley 

nolac ham radio


Monthly // 3rd Thursday @ 5:30 pm

Ham radio enthusiasts. 

Contact: Mike Hennes (701) 213-7671

tuesday book club

Tuesday Book Club

Weekly // Tuesdays @ 10:00 am 

Always open to new people! We read one book over many weeks for ample time to read and discuss each selection.

Starting February 20, we're reading "After Jesus Before Christianity: A Historical Exploration of the First Two Centuries of Jesus Movements" By Erin Vearncombe, Brandon Scott, Hal Taussig, The Westar Institute.

Contact: Email Ardis Maney

why radio

WHY Radio's Philosophy Discussion Group

Monthly // 2nd Monday @ 5:00 pm

Philosophical discussions about everyday life with Jack Russell Weinstein. Join us for an informal conversation focusing on questions from a more experienced perspective. All ages are welcome (You just have to be old at heart!)
More information ⇗

Contact: Jack's website ⇗

word wranglers

Word Wranglers

Bi-Weekly // Every other Wednesday @ 9:15 am

Group for hobby writers and aspiring authors.

Contact: Email Ruby Grove