The 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.
Fall 2014 Programs
Tuesday, September 16 — “Haunted Milwaukee” Presented by author, researcher and ghostlore expert Allison Jornlin. 7pm in the Community Room.
Thursday, September 18 — Knitting Class, Presented by librarian and life-long knitter Vicki Frederick. The project this fall will be “Knit a Bookworm”. Sign up at the library to get a supply list! 6pm in the Community Room.
Thursday, October 9 — “Tech Time: Ebooks for Beginners” With library director Steev Baker, this 90-minute workshop will include a presentation on different types of ebook readers and ebooks and instructions on how to download library books with your reader. Bring your devices! 6pm at the Kewaskum Career Academy.
Saturday, October 11 — 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.
Tuesday, November 11 — Kewaskum History. Where did our town come from? Who were the first people to live here? Who was Chief Kewaskum? This program will include hands-on artifacts, a presentation by local historians, and information about the Kewaskum Archive Project. 6pm in the Community Room.