Contact Sara at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Books on Tap!
Our adult winter reading program will start on Monday, January 6. Read as many books as you want and enter in for prizes! Reading slips must be turned in at the second floor reference desk by 6 PM on Friday, March 6.
Read a 'BINGO' and get a coupon for a free kids' pizza from Eatons Pizza!
Finishers will also be entered in a drawing for a $10 gift card to get an ice cream from a local restaurant (10 winners), or a DVD of the movie Abominable!
Drop in with the kids to make a card for that special someone! Geared for children, but if adults want to drop in to make a card that's cool too :)
Join us for some Valentine's Day themed stories and songs! After storytime there will be a few games and a craft. Geared for ages 2-7.
*Families are encouraged to bring Valentine cards or individually-wrapped treats to share with the group (Granola bars, crackers, candy, stickers, pencils, stampers, etc.). Nut free is best. One bag or box of treats per family is plenty!
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Join us for a super fun, super fancy tea party! Wear your finest tea party hat or attire, and join us for some fun! Call 262-335-5151 ext.5246 to register.
Two sessions: 9:15am or 11:00am
Memory Cafes are places where persons with MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairment), early-stage Alzheimer's, or a related dementia can go with their care partners to socialize and have fun with other people going through similar things. Memory Cafes provide a time where you do not need to focus on the diagnosis, while having a great time connecting with each other as a family or creating new friendships.
Journaling is a great way to organize, de-stress, achieve goals, pray, & be more productive. Come to learn or to share your experience! Get the chance to create and explore!
Calling all veterans! Meet Shane Harris of Kreilkamp Trucking who will share the training and careers available with this national company.
Family comedy show with Things 3 and 4! Join Things 3 and 4 as they explore the themes in “Horton Hears a Who.” No matter how big or small, everyone can help someone in need and stand up for a good cause. Help the Things find simple everyday ways that they can pitch in and lend a hand.
As part of a study conducted by the directors of the five public libraries in Washington County, we are interested in knowing how you use your library. Let us know how to serve you better!
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Did you know you can download the Monarch2Go app to your phone or tablet? You can search the Monarch catalog, place holds, and renew your items all in one place!
Are you registered to vote? If you've recently moved or changed your name, you may need to update your registration. This post will walk you through checking your status, getting registered, finding your polling place, and requesting an absentee ballot.
It's time for the freshest staff picks of 2020! Check out what we're reading in pursuit of our 2020 reading goals.