The library will host a special Teen Movie Night in the Community Room. Bring a friend (or two or three) to a screening of one of the Harry Potter movies. Which one we show, is up to you! Vote here for your favorite HP flim and pizza toppies. Open to teens (ages 12-18), no registration required to attend.
Click on the popcorn for the October movie matinee schedule.
Fall programs have begun!
Check out our flyers for more details on the youth, teen and adult programs we've planned!
Do you have a favorite recipe you think everyone should know about? Looking for something new to make this holiday season? Join us for a recipe and food swap. Each attendee is asked to bring a copy of the recipe and samples of the dish to share. Entrees, side dishes, main courses, and desserts are welcome. The library will put together a cookbook will all the recipes. Participants will receive a free copy of the cookbook. Others will be able to purchase a copy from the Gift Shop. Registration is required.
Have a recipe you want included but can’t make it to the swap? You can email it to the library at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off a recipe card at the 2nd floor reference desk.
Join us for a three part program series.
This program is presented by Tiffany Anewenter-Grinker, Occupational Therapist with KidReach Pediatric Therapy Specialists. It will address writing readiness skills along with the use of preparation techniques to instill good writing habits, appropriate writing grips, proper positioning, upper-body strength and eye coordination activities. A multi-sensory approach is used to make handwriting more fun and enjoyable.
The October 10th session will focus on capital letters, the October 17th session will focus on lower case and the October 24th session will focus on numbers. Attend 1, 2, or all 3 sessions. A brief overview of the last session will take place at each new session. This program is geared for parents and caregivers, but children are welcome to attend. The library will provide puzzles and coloring sheets.
Registration is required. Please register at the Youth Services Reference Desk or call 262-754-1814. All 3 programs will take place in the Youth Program Room on the first floor.
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin is asking community members to take 5 minutes and provide information regarding your need for improved internet access or service. This information will help the state determine what areas need to be prioritized, and look to provide robust connectivity in areas that are currently lacking support. Any information you can provide is extremely helpful.
Residents can find the survey here.
For businesses, please use this survey here.
One Click Digital an offering for you to download some of the most popular titles in audio book format!
Click here for information about One Click Digital. Please note you need to register for a free account using your Library Card # before you can access the One Click audio books.
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