We are sorry but the book club has to be cancelled due to an unforseen conflict. If anyone would like to have a mini discussion of these books during the day, please contact Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be happy to set one up. The adult book club will be meeting on May 21st at 6:30 and discussing 2 books, A Stolen Life, non fiction, by Joyce Dugard, and Room, a fiction novel written by Emma Donoghue. We will be comparing the two, their similarities and differences, and it will be a very interesting discussion.
Diane is retiring and her last day is Friday, May 24th. We will be wishing her well all day with a reception of treats and beverages. She has worked for the library for 9 years and we will really miss her. Please stop in to wish her well on the next chapter of her life.
The teen reading theme for the summer is Beneath the Surface, and it's just waiting for all teen-tweens, anyone going into 6th grade up to 18 years old. The teen-tween group will have their own special kickoff on Wednesday, June 5th which will involve rocks and all that lies beneath. The program will run for 8 weeks, culminating in a picnic on Wednesday, August 7th. The group will vie for prizes from Premier Bank and Farmers State Bank, you won't want to miss it!!
Please join us on Wednesday, June 5th as we launch our theme of Dig into Reading for the summer. Scott Oberman, a magician from Milwaukee, will amaze you with his tricks, and afterwards there will be stations full of wonderful arts and crafts. You can make fools gold, break a geode, decorate a shovel, and make a diorama. The summer reading program will run for 8 weeks, culminating with a picnic and entertainment on August 7th. The summer will be filled with prizes, a weekly story time, games and crafts. Come into the library and register for a fun filled summer.
Freinds of the Library will be hold ing the annual used book and media sale on Sunday, June 9th from 9-2. There will loads of books, adult and childrens, movies, audio books, and more. The American Legion will be holding their annual bbq chicken dinner and Hope Church's pie and icecream social at the same time. What a great day, delicious food and books, it doesn't get much better than that!
Storytime lab meets the 4th Wednesday of the month at 10:00 and is open to children of all ages. The children first listen to interactive stories and music, then go into the gym to complete 4 lab projects. The projects reinforce writing, recognition of words, math, and science. Please join us for a fun Wednesday morning! If you have any questions please see Susan or Jill at the library.
Ready, set, go for a healthier life! Sponsored by Friends of the library, the exercise group is open to everyone at no cost. It meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 8:00a.m. in the gym. Please join us and you'll be a new you for the spring season!
The adult summer reading program will kickoff their ground breaking reads on June 3rd and end on August 9th. Every time you read a book, fill out a chit and put it in the prize box. Two wonderful baskets will be given away at the end of summer and you could be the lucky winner! Each week we will have contests, fun, and treats, it's going to be a grat summer!
Alumni and their descendants are invited to a reunion of the old Beaver Dam School District #2 in Fremont on Sat. May 25th., from 11-4. It will be held at the old school, now the Fremont town hall. There will be an old fashioned pot luck lunch, drinks and sandwiches will be provided, please bring a dish to pass. Bribg your memories, photos, and artifacts to share. RSVP by May 4th to Elsie Mae Yohr, 715-258-8478, or Kailein Liedtke, 920-446-2404, or email email@example.com. Don't miss the opportunity to help preserve the building as a future museum!
To the joy of all of our patrons, the library will be starting their fall/winter hours on Tuesday, Sept. 4th. The hours will be:
- MONDAY,TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY--9:00 TO 6:00
- THURSDAY--1:00 TO 6:00
- SATURDAY-- 9:00 TO 12:00