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Summer Program Picnic

picnicIt seems like summer is just getting started, but the 2014 summer reading program will finish with our picnic next Friday, July 25 at Kiwanis Park. Starting at 11am, we’ll meet at the shelter and split into teams for Martian Baseball led by librarian Steev Baker. Then we’ll dine on delicious sandwiches and snacks while we talk about the fun we had this summer. Finally, we’ll do a prize drawing for some AWESOME prizes including a 4-pack of Brewers tickets, a family pass to Discovery World Museum, Green Bay Packers merchandise, ninjas and more! Stay as long as you want to enjoy a beautiful sunny day (NOTE: day may not actually be sunny) with your family and library friends!

Please sign up for the picnic soon, as space is limited. Bring a dish to pass of fruit, veggies, desserts, salad, whatever you want! Call the library for more information at 626-4312.

Open Mic Night

open mic nightEvery few months, librarian Steev Baker dusts of his microphones and guitar strings and heads down to the Coffee Corner to host an open mic night. YOU are the star of this night! Bring your songs, your poems, and your stories. Sign up starts at 6pm with music from 6:30 – 8. FREE

More summer fun!

IMG_1740The summer reading program is in full swing, but we’ve got lots of great events yet to come:

Folk singer Rich Baumann plays guitar, banjo, fiddle and more! Tuesday, July 1, 1pm at the Annex

Kohl’s Wild Theater brings live actors, puppets and music to the Annex on Tuesday, July 8 at 1pm

Jason Hueneke, professional juggler and comedian, brings his amazing stage show to the Annex at 2pm on Thursday, July 17

Our last event of the summer is our picnic! This free, fun event is full of games and food and prizes. All you have to bring is YOURSELF! We’ll have a rousing game of Martian Baseball led by library director Steev Baker. 11am – 1pm on Friday, July 25

All events are FREE and open to anyone, whether or not you are signed up for the summer program. Tell your friends, bring your gramma!