Owatonna Public Library: Library plays an important role in the community

July 11, 2015 at 1:55 pm Leave a comment

This week, officials from the Owatonna Public Library had the opportunity to share with members of the Owatonna City Council the library’s annual report for 2014, and it truly was impressive.


But the library is more than numbers, just as surely as it is more than books. It’s a place where friends gather, where poetry is read and shared, where films are shown, and, yes, where people who might not otherwise be able to afford access to the Internet can get online and become part of the information highway.


Playing it smart

“Our people love their library. It’s an important part of our community.”

That’s how Owatonna Public Library director Mary Kay Feltes sums up her annual report, which she delivered to the city council on Tuesday prior to the regular council meeting. And she’s got the charts to prove it.



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