Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Think Dewey decimal system...

The Wescott Library welcomed its own coffee cafe' on Tuesday, January 18. Chris McLean (left) and Tyler Liedman own and operate Dakota County's first library coffee shop called Dewey's Cafe'. Stop by for a coffee drink and treat to enjoy with a book or magazine at our public library.
Good luck Chris and Tyler and Dewey!


17 comments:

  1. What a terrific addition to the library; wish our would do the same thing. There was some discussion about it in the past, but it went nowhere. Perhaps a good thing 'cuz I'd never leave it!!

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  2. Wow that is a great idea for a library. I think more cities should follow this example. Nice shot too.

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  3. Indeed! Give the library patrons' Caffeine Meter a jolt so they don't doze off while leafing through the books! Coffee Cow «Louis» approves of this concept!

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  4. I love the name! I just hope the library patrons are careful with their coffess. :)

    Books + Spilled Coffee = Disaster!

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  5. I always like to visit a new coffee shop. It's interesting to see what coffee they are using...and I like supporting a new business. Nice one.

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  6. Looks like a great thing to do on a gray and snowy day, for sure. I'll be right over!

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  7. Good luck to them! We have a cafe in our library too, it's very popular!

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  8. I love good coffee, and it looks like a fabulous place! Good luck for them!
    Léia

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  9. Adding a good cafe is pretty forward thinking for a library. Your photo captured this pair of friendly baristas well. Nice shot.

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  10. Et... ne renversez pas le café sur les livres s'il vous plaît !

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  11. A perfect name for a library cafe!

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  12. I don't see a espresso machine there... :-)

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  13. Zu einer Bücherei gehört auch ein cafe...richtig so!

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  14. This coffee shop rocks! Do try the dirty chai.

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