Monthly programs

library_winter10 035The Kewaskum Public Library hosts programs both in our building and in the community. There is at least one program every month of the year. Programs are always free to attend and are open to the public. If you have questions about a program, or if you’d like to volunteer your time to present a program, please contact the library at 262-626-4312.

Winter 2015 Programs

Wednesday  January 21 –“The road is crooked: Chief Kewaskum lore and history”.
This local history presentation features original research by library director Steev Baker and is co-sponsored by Peace United Church of Christ. 5:30pm at Peace Church. This event is open to the public!

THIS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELLEDTuesday, February 10 — “Tech Time: Apps With library director Steev Baker, this 60-minute workshop will include a presentation on different types of apps available for your Apple and Android tablets. From productivity to games to toys to cutting edge tech. There will be something for everyone! Bring your devices. 6pm at the Kewaskum Career Academy.

Saturday, February 21 — OPEN MIC NIGHT. Hosted by Steev Baker and featuring music and poetry from local artists as well as offering YOU a chance to share your work with an appreciative audience. 6pm – 8pm at the Coffee Corner.

Saturday, March 7 — Helen Farnsworth Mears Middle School art contest. Sponsored by the Kewaskum Junior Women’s Club, the Helen Mears contest was designed to give young Wisconsin artists a chance to be honored for their work. Named for Wisconsin-born sculptor Helen Mears, this contest was first created in 1927. Student artwork from several schools will be on display in the library throughout the month of March.

Tuesday, March 10 — The Goat Man: A Wisconsin legend trip. Local legend tells of a being with the body of a man and the legs of a goat that haunts the kettles from Holy Hill to Kewaskum. Local author J. Nathan Couch will talk about this and other supernatural creature sightings as he reads from his new book “Goatman: Flesh or Folklore”. 7pm in the Community Room.

Tuesday, April 14 — Tribal Histories Film Series: Oral Traditions of the Potawatomi. Sponsored by Wisconsin Public Television, this free screening of the documentary film is appropriate for all ages. 6pm in the Community Room.

Thurday, April 16 — Knitting workshop More information coming soon

Thursday, April 23 — Poetry Workshop More information coming soon


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