Laser Loon library cards and stickers are once again available

The St. Paul Public Library system is once again offering free, limited-edition library cards adorned by a loon with laser eyes shooting upward.

Also available are Laser Loon cover-all stickers that existing cardholders can request instead of the new cards and without needing to create new library accounts.

The items proved hugely popular in mid-February, and branches quickly depleted their supplies.

“We hoped that the fun design would resonate with the community, but we did not anticipate the incredible response to the Laser Loon,” said Claire Huber, marketing and communications specialist who manages SPPL’s social media, in a statement. “We’re thrilled to be providing another set.”

Once again, residents can stop by any library location to claim a Laser Loon item and receive a coupon for The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library’s online shop, which features Laser Loon merchandise.

New in the shop: a kid-sized T-shirt and mug.

The feathered mascot was inspired by a submission to the state’s flag and state seal contest, which drew some 2,600 submissions. The new flag design lacks a loon, as does the old one.

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