The Library is closed Sundays from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
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The Summer Reading Program runs through July 30th. Click below for more information.
Wednesday, July 27th
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Now that the Presidential election season is in full swing, escape from current-day politics by watching a film set in the past. These free films will be shown in the Community Room. No R.S.V.P. is required.
Biography of U.S. President Ronald Reagan-Part 2
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We are excited to announce that photographer, Jack Roper, is displaying his work at the library during the month of August! Jack’s photographs include the Milwaukee Art Museum (Calatrava) plus many nature images while he was in Africa and the Caribbean. Check out the display on the 2nd floor near the Reference Desk. These matted prints are available for purchase.
Next meeting -
Tuesday, August 9th
Teen Program Room
The Teen Advisory Board is a group of teens who work with the Young Adult Librarian to provide teen perspective on the services and materials the library offers.
Newcomers are welcome! It’s a great way to meet new people and get involved with the library. Email the Young Adult Librarian if you have questions.
Summer Concert Series!
Join us on the Library Green for a series of concerts this summer!
Wednesday Evenings from 6:30-8:30 pm
|July 27th - Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz||August 10th - The Concord Chamber Orchestra|
The New Berlin Public Library was chosen to host the Wisconsin Historical Society’s travelling exhibit, “Wisconsin’s John Muir,” from July 20th through the 29th. This exhibit explores Muir's youth in Wisconsin, his advocacy for national parks, and his views on environmental issues such as logging, hunting, and climate change. Its eight panels share facsimiles of images and manuscripts from the Society’s library and archives alongside Muir quotes and interpretive texts.
Our last family program of the summer is this Thursday! Come see Mr. Billy in concert and then stay for our end-of-the-summer party afterwards. Registration is not required. Please contact the Youth Services department (262-754-1814) for more information.
We are looking for teen athletes interested in talking with young children about sports. Bring your uniform and/or equipment to the End of Summer Reading Party and talk to kids about your sport and perhaps let them try on your uniform or use the equipment. A chance to have fun with kids and an opportunity for service hours! Please contact Maria with questions or to sign up - email@example.com or 262-754-1814.
Today most photographers spend as much time editing as shooting. Local photography instructor, Kevin Hanley, will demonstrate how to make editing simpler and more efficient.
This class is meant to be generic and most functions we cover are common to all editing programs. We are offering this class at 3 different times and different example images will be edited in each class. The information we cover will be the same, but students are welcome to attend more than one class to become more comfortable with editing. Each class will meet in the library’s 2nd floor conference room and will run approximately 90 min, with a question period following the presentation.
Please register by contacting the library at 262-785-4980 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, July 27th 6:00 - 7:30pm
Thursday, July 28th 10:00-11:30am
Saturday, July 30th 10:00-11:30am
Zumbini is a music and movement class that children ages 0 to 3 attend with their parent or caregiver(s). Class is fun, energetic and full of contemporary music with world beats, It is child-appropriate, grown-up friendly, and of course full Zumba Flavor. Space is limited and registration is required. Please sign up at the Youth Services Reference Desk or call 262-754-1814.
Learn how you can:
A free presentation give by Theresa Budde Sebestyen, PT, CWT, STS, CSST
No registration required. Call 782-785-4980 with questions.
Click here for program flyer.
JobNow provides free career preparation assistance to help you land the job of your dreams. The service offers live interview coaching, resume assistance, career guidance, and an Adult Learning Center. Attend at one of the times below.
Wednesday, August 3rd - 1:30-2:15 pm
Thursday, August 4th - 6:30-7:15 pm
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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