Programs at the Library
As the air becomes crisper and the leaves start to fall, we give thanks for friends and family, warm food and shelter! Unfortunately, not everyone has plentiful food and warmth, so we at the Kewaskum Public Library are looking ahead to November (Thanksgiving), when we all deserve to sit down to a nice hot meal. Please consider donating a food item to the library to help feed those in need this holiday season! For the month of October, each non-perishable item you donate, we will take $1 off of your fines (excluding fines for lost items)!
Suggested items are:
Instant mashed potatoes, canned yams, marshmallows, canned beans, rice, canned vegetables, canned soups, stuffing mix, broth (chicken and beef), cans or jars of gravy, pie crust and pie filling, pasta and pasta sauce, canned meat (tuna and chicken), peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, sugar and flour, muffin/cake/brownie mix, apple sauce, cereal, jell-o, pudding mix, 100% fruit juice
October 12th at 6pm: The Gift of Mental Illness and Second Chances
Come to the library to hear Deeatra Kaijfosz, award winning suicide awareness and prevention advocate, and founder of Life Of Hope in West Bend, talk about The Gift of Mental Illness and Second Chances! She will be exploring the truth behind mental illness and how you can rekindle the spark of hope that resides in each of us. You’ll learn how to welcome the upside of adversity and embrace every second you are given!
October 19th at 6:30pm: Spooktacular Program!!!
We are excited to have Allison Journlin, recipient of the Milwaukee Paranormal Conference’s 2016 Wisconsin Researhcher of the Year Award, talk about spooks and haunts!! It’s going to be SPOOKTACULAR!!!
November 1st at 6pm: State of Craft Beer!
We welcome Milwaukee local Matthew Janzen to our library to talk to us about writing and publishing his impressive book ‘State of Craft Beer’! Matthew grabbed his camera and hit the roads of Wisconsin to learn more about the craft beer scene. The book is a unizue journey through Wisconsin that captures the people and places behind the state’s extensive craft beer industry. Come hear about this book and ask him questions about his journey!