Children Families of homeschooled children can hear stories, read, and participate in various activities related to the areas of science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.
Children Bring your entire family to story time! Children of all ages and parents/guardians are welcome to this 30-minute program.
Children Children of all ages are invited to use their imagination and creativity! These fun-filled, 60-90 minute programs feature a different story each week, followed by songs and supplemental activities. Offered in partnership with the Family Resource Center.
Adults Drop by the library each month for a lively discussion of our monthly book club selection!
Children Join Doc Ron (and his faithful traveling companion, Einstein, the world's cutest bunny) as they conduct crazy experiments with fire, smoke and flying cheese curds!
Adults Take part in a lively discussion about the deadliest fire in American history - and it happened in Wisconsin!
Adults Learn more from the Alzheimer's Association about healthy aging tips and the research behind it! Part of a series with the Association.
Children Blast off with Magic Bob and get lost in space! With the help of Magic Bob, kids will discover (or rediscover) that every time they open a book, they blast off on an amazing adventure.
Children Get ready for a great performance by beloved children's musician Tom Pease!
Adults Join us for an engaging discussion of Paulsen's book, about a 15-year-old boy forced to survive in the wilderness.
Adults Join us for a presentation on Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia with JoAnn Janikowski of the Alzheimer's Association.
Children Touch mammoth tusks, bear skulls, and more as Sean the Mammoth Hunter talks about life in the Ice Age!
Children Children of all ages are invited to join us to learn a little bit of what it takes to be an astronaut!
Adults Stop by the library for a lively discussion of Martin's 2018 novel!
Adults All are welcome to join us for a presentation on questions and preparations that arise when a friend or loved one is in the early stage of Alzheimer's Disease.