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@ the library in November

Tuesday, November 3rd, 6pm: Essential Oil “Holiday Foot Soaks” Make & Take project. For only $5, you can make an essential oil soak to give to someone you love this Christmas. Or keep it for yourself to soak your feet after running around on your roof putting up Christmas lights. Space is limited, so stop in to sign up today!

Thursday, November 12, 6pm: Hawkeye the Reading Dog will be here one last time before he takes the winter off! Come by and read to him, he loves books!

Saturday, November 21, 10am – 1pm: International Game Day! This is going to be super fun. Be at the library at 10am to learn some new board or card games. Play against family, friends, and library staff members for the chance to win prizes! Learn how to play Magic the Gathering from the folks at The Wizard’s Moo game shop in Newburg. Print your own custom game piece on our 3D printer. FREE for all ages! Also snacks will be served! SNACKS!!!!!

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Wisconsin From the Air

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On Tuesday, November 17, at 6:30pm we will be screening the film “Wisconsin from the Air.” See our State from a new perspective as this Wisconsin Public Television program shows aerial footage of landscapes across Wisconsin from cities to farms to forests. This event is FREE and open to all ages. Refreshments will be served and a brief discussion will follow. For more information, please contact Steev Baker at 626-4312.

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Family Art Night and Lynn Molenda Watercolors

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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.

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