It’s a dark and stormy night. Not to mention cold. Survive and thrive during the season with great books and the library’s winter reading program running from January 3rd through February 28th. Just stop by the library and pick-up a winter reading bingo sheet. Complete book-related activities. Submit the sheet. Win prizes and wait for spring. It’s that easy.
We’re hosting several events to help you survive and thrive during our coldest Wisconsin winter months.
- Saturday Crafternoon – Paint on a Book Page, Saturday, January 5, 1-3pm. Register online or at the front desk.
- Meet Author Jacqueline West – Saturday, January 19, 11am. Get your free tickets at the front desk or Chapter2 Books.
- Dog Man Party – Saturday, January 26, 12:30 – 2:30pm
- An Evening With Author Jim Guhl – Tuesday, February 5, 6:30pm
- Harry Potter World Book Night – Thursday, February 7, 6:00-7:30pm
- How Kids Changed the Civil Rights Movement, by Shelley Tougas, author of Little Rock Girl 1957 and Birmingham 1963. Sunday, February 10, 1pm.
- So You Want to Write for Kids and Teens, featuring Penguin Random House Editor Andrew Karre. Wednesday, February 20, 6:30-7:30pm. Register online or at the front desk.