On Friday, October 9th from 5pm – 6:30pm, we will host a Family Art Night at the library. Drop in to create a watercolor project and meet our featured artist Lynn Molenda. Ms. Molenda is an artist and art educator who taught at Kewaskum Middle School for 14 years. She has participated in both solo and group shows and her artwork will be available for purchase during the show. Her primary medium is watercolors and her primary subject is the natural world, whether native flowers or landscapes of local farms. Library staff will lead an easy and fun art project using watercolor paint for all ages. For more information, please call the library at 626-4312.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19 at 6pm
Kewaskum Annex Building
1308 Fond du Lac Avenue
On Monday, October 19, we are working with Elevate to host a special all-ages open mic at the Annex Building. Poets, songwriters, musicians, jugglers, beatboxers, tapdancers, rappers, magicians, storytellers, and interpretive dancers are all welcome! The open mic starts at 6pm. Get there at 5:30 to sign up and get some refreshments. Don’t forget that performers need an audience! This is a FREE event, so friends and families are encouraged to come and support the artists. For more information, contact librarian Steev Baker at 626-4312.
The time has come. As of September 1, we will no longer be able to place holds on items owned by Jefferson County libraries. That means all of the great stuff we used to get from places like Fort Atkinson, Watertown, Lake Mills, and Jefferson will not be available.
They have been great partners with us since 2007, allowing us access to a rich collection of non-fiction books, graphic novels, and movies that most other libraries do not have. Jefferson County will be joining Waukesha County in a new library system (name to be determined). We will continue to work with Dodge County in the trio catalog.
Questions? Please contact library director Steev Baker, who is always happy to answer questions about library stuff.
The beautiful staircase in Fort Atkinson.