We are excited to have the opportunity to hire a Youth Services Librarian this fall. This new position has lots of flexibility and is perfect for someone with a lot of energy and great ideas. Read on for more info:
Youth services / Assistant director
The Kewaskum Public Library is seeking an enthusiastic, creative, and organized candidate for the position of Youth services/Assistant director. This person must work well in a team environment, but feel comfortable and motivated to work on individual projects as well. Main duties include storytimes and other programming, reader’s advisory, and community outreach. Interest in children’s literature and experience with programming is required. The position requires a minimum of one evening per week and a minimum of one weekend per month. A positive and welcoming attitude is a must!
This position will be available in late-August, 2015, and is 30 hours per week. Starting salary is $13.01per hour with benefits including health, flex spending account, holiday pay, and enrollment in the Wisconsin retirement plan. Posting is open until August 1. Download the job requirements here, then send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. This job requires previous library experience.
THE INCREDIBLE CIRCUS BOY!
Join us for an awesome FREE show on Thursday, June 25 at 11am when Bobby Hunt, a.k.a. Circus Boy, stops in to the Annex to share his incredible skills. Mr. Hunt is a Ringling Bros. Circus-trained performer who has entertained on stages all over the country. His comedy and acrobatic routine has something for the whole family. This event is part of our Summer Reading Program family series. Please call the Kewaskum Public Library for more information at 626-4312.
On Sunday, May 24, we lost a friend and former employee, Terrina Fellenz. She was just 22, with a whole life ahead of her. Terrina was smart, funny, creative, brave, thoughtful, friendly–all those things you want to be and want other people to be. She worked at the library during the summer of 2011. The beautiful tree she created is still up in the children’s department. We don’t know what to say or think when someone so young is taken out of this world, but we hold onto the hope that the seeds Terrina sowed throughout her life continue to grow, that the lives she touched and changed will be different and better from knowing her. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Fellenz family as well as with Terrina’s many friends.
The library will be closed on Saturday, May 30th.
Funeral services for Terrina will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 30, at St. Lucas Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kewaskum. Rev. Troy Swenson will officiate and burial will follow in Lutheran Memorial Park in Kewaskum. The Fellenz family will greet relatives and friends at the church from noon until the time of service.