Pierre Bottineau Library is located in northeast Minneapolis. It is named for Pierre Bottineau (1817-95), a prominent trapper and trader who settled in the area. The library is constructed from two historic buildings on the former Grain Belt campus — the 1893 Wagon Shed and the 1913 Millright Shop. Project architects combined the buildings in 2003 with a state-of-the-art addition to create a new 12,000-square-foot library. Various library locations in the community served area residents from 1913-2003.
55 Broadway St. N.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Enjoy masterfully created comedic dialogue around serious truths with this all-black troupe at a performance on Monday, March 12, 7 p.m. and 3 workshops later this spring.
In March, kids are invited to vote for two book awards at any Hennepin County library: Star of the North (preK-grade 8) and Maud Hart Lovelace (grades 3-8).
We are in search of more Minnesota musicians to feature on MnSpin, an online streaming and download platform. Submit your song for consideration by March 28.
Join us at Pierre Bottineau Library to learn new things, be inspired and connect with others. Library events are free and open to all.
Join these volunteers who work closely with library staff to raise awareness of library services, raise funds, and plan programs and events.