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Mission Statement

To encourage literacy and the love of reading, and to enhance the quality of life in our community by connecting people with materials, resources and each other.

Library Staff

Kristina Kelley-Johnson, Library Director: gro.b1539889780ilsiw1539889780.grub1539889780stnar1539889780g@ani1539889780tsirk1539889780
Sara Christopherson, Youth Services Librarian: gro.b1539889780ilsiw1539889780.grub1539889780stnar1539889780g@ara1539889780s1539889780
Gail Potvin: gro.b1539889780ilsiw1539889780.grub1539889780stnar1539889780g@lia1539889780g1539889780
Terri Lee: gro.b1539889780ilsiw1539889780.grub1539889780stnar1539889780g@irr1539889780et1539889780

Library Board of Trustees

Ken Kutz, President
Pam Davies, Vice President
Carissa Kammeyer, Secretary, School District Representative
Caylin Muehlberg, Village Trustee Representative
Annette Mosley, Village of Grantsburg Representative
Duke Tucker, Burnett County Rural Representative
Mandi Amundson, Village of Grantsburg Representative

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History

The Grantsburg Public Library, founded by the Grantsburg Woman’s Club, opened its doors to the public on Saturday, November 22, 1947, in space donated by Burnett Larson in Larson’s Supply Store. Members of the community donated books.

In 1950 the library was moved to the Francis Freeman building on Oak Street, where, for 27 years, Francis stoked the fires, paid for snow removal and charged minimal rent for the use of the library space.

With the relocation of the village offices and the library to the community building in 1978, a municipal library was established by a resolution passed by the Grantsburg Village Board.

When the Grantsburg School District built a new middle school, the library and village offices moved into the newly renovated old junior high building.  The new library was dedicated on October 22, 2000.