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Ocean Odyssey Shark Touch Tank - 1:00 PM Session

Where: 
Library Patio
When:
This event has ended.

Presented by the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium

Live ocean sharks are coming to the library. Join us to explore the important roles sharks play in the ecosystem, learn how the actions of people in the landlocked Tri-State area impact sharks that live thousands of miles away, and discover how people can help protect them. Afterward, prepare to get your hands wet and touch some of the sharks.



All the Water in the World

Where: 
Library Patio
When:
This event has ended.

Presented by the Wisconsin Water Library.

Water is life! And one of our most precious resources. Come take a trip around the water cycle and learn about some cool properties of this wet resource. There will be lots of hands-on activities – prepare to get wet!

Wisconsin Water Library



Egg Drop Challenge

Where: 
The Workshop
When:
This event has ended.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to save your egg from certain scrambling.

  • LEARN about kinetic energy and how to cancel its effects
  • BUILD a protective vehicle for your egg cargo
  • DROP the vehicle with the egg inside off the second floor of the library to see if your building skills have saved it.

Please note children must be accompanied by adults at all times.



Daisy’s Girls: Camping with Juliette Gordon Low

Where: 
Community Room
When:
This event has ended.

Adapted and Performed by Betsey Means 

Juliette Gordon Low (1860-1927) was the founder of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America.

A wealthy socialite of the United States and Great Britain, Juliette spent most of her life enjoying the recreations of the privileged classes. After meeting the founder of the Boy Scouts, Sir Robert Baden-Powell, she discovered a social cause to which she would devote the rest of her life.

An enthusiastic organizer and fundraiser, she led the formation of the Girl Scouts of the USA in 1912.



20th Anniversary Open House

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This event has ended.

Get a behind-the-scenes peek at your community library, resources, and programs as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of our building on Library Street.

Join us for a scavenger hunt, crafts and games, demonstrations, treats, and more.



2022 Harry Potter Book Night: Magical Journeys

Where: 
Children's Room
When:
This event has ended.

Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the magical world's first book's publication date!

  • Activities
  • Crafts
  • Games
  • And More!

Unable to celebrate in-person? After the event, kits will be available, while supplies last, in the Library Street lobby. Plus, a video will be posted at 6 pm on our Facebook and Instagram of Raechel reading a tale within the series and sharing the crafts you can create at home.



Speaking with Music

Where: 
Community Room
When:
This event has ended.

This program is presented by Neng Now and sponsored by Beyond the Page.

HMong music is the last surviving musical language in the world—it is able to mimic HMong speech by using musical intervals, ornamentation, and chords to mimic linguistic tones, consonants, and vowels—allowing musicians to literally speak with music. However, there have not been many opportunities for this unique trait of HMong music to shine.



Soar with Reading & Raptors at 10 am and 11:30 am

Where: 
Community Room
When:
This event has ended.

Registration for the 10 am Session - Register!
Registration for the 11:30 am Session - Register!



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