Last updated on July 6, 2020



As part of the library's outreach to its patrons, one of our volunteers has been selecting and delivering books and DVDs to local assisted living facilities.

Click here to see the WDIO-TV report.




On Thursday, June 25, Northwoods Credit Union presented the first installment of an $80,000 donation pledge for library renovations.

Click here to see the WDIO-TV report.



We are now open with limited services.

All returned items are quarantined for seven (7) days prior to being checked in.

If you have questions about materials on you library account,

please contact us or stop in.

















Starting Monday, June 1, kids and adults can enroll in our annual summer reading programs. This year we’re using Beanstack, a website that allows you to log reading hours and activities for kids and books read for adults. Win gift cards for Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Super One Foods, and more just for reading and participating in fun activities.


Adults age 18 and up can earn one entry in a gift card drawing of your choice by reading five books. Receive one more entry for each additional five books read, up to 15 books total. You can record your books in Beanstack or pick up and return paper reading logs in the Library lobby during regular hours.


Both summer reading programs run June 1 through August 14.


Happy Reading!



Effective Monday, June 1, regular library hours will change to Monday-Friday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. The library building is now open, but we will continue to use curbside pick-up for all items on hold.



The Library will be offering limited computer access Monday through Friday from

9:30 am to 5:30 pm beginning Monday, June 15.


  • Reserve a time by calling (218) 879-1531 or asking at the circulation desk

  • Sessions are 45 minutes long

  • Library staff cannot provide computer assistance

  • Printing will be available, but staff will not make change

  • Only one person in the study room

  • Computer rooms will be cleaned between patrons

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to increase our access and services.

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Register in Beanstack to join our Kids and Adult Summer Reading Programs.

Teen Space Camp: Let It Glide!

July 20-24

Students will use the Engineering Design Process to complete various aircraft/spacecraft challenges and learn about the history of engineering. They can also complete a self-guided scale tour of our Solar System. 

This course will be offered

online or as a take-home kit.

The curriculum in this course is aimed at students in 6th-12th grade.

Registration Required

University of Minnesota Press

Racial Justice Archives

The University of MN Press is making its anti-racist books available for free online reading through August 31. Click on the link above to access the list.

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Carly Hawkinson-Sohm, Interpretive Naturalist at Jay Cooke State Park, reads the story "Bee Calm" and talks about the importance of pausing and calming yourself at times.See more on our new youtube channel.

Although we've suspended book donations due to our construction, we are still accepting monetary donations. Click the Donate button below or on the top menu bar to give.


We appreciate your generous contribution!

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hot spots available for check out

Cloquet Public Library

320 14th Street, Cloquet MN 55720 • 218.879.1531

218.879.6531 (fax)


Monday through Friday: 9:30 am-5:30 pm 

Saturday: Closed from Memorial Day through Labor Day

• Sunday: Closed

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