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CCX Media Series on the Hennepin County Library

The Hennepin County Library started as a horse-drawn book wagon in the 1920s and has grown to 41 locations with more than three quarters of a million check-outs of more than 15 million items. While it might seem like physical libraries would be obsolete in this high tech age, they are thankfully creating new ways to stay relevant and important. In Part 1 (below), CCX Media examines in-person classes and opportunities to learn from what’s offered at the Hennepin County Library.

Editor's Note:

We posted a recap of a guided tour we took of the Central Library back in 2010. It is truely a treasure! Check out all the programming offered via this link.

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