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Storytimes include stories, finger plays, and songs. A responsible adult should be present. All ages are welcome! No registration is required.
Need a little extra assistance on a new device or app? Looking to start using eBooks and digital audiobooks with Libby or a new database? Drop-in on select days each month for one-on-one help with a librarian. We can troubleshoot issues, explain features, and more. Each session is first come, first served. Meets in the 2nd Floor Conference Room. If you aren’t sure if your problem is something we can help with, ask at the Adult Info Desk or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If we can’t help, we will try to direct you elsewhere!
Drop in, meet fellow players, and try out some multiplayer games on the library’s Nintendo Switch! For children in grades 3-6.
This past year has resulted in some of the most significant changes to the college planning process in decades. •Schools have gone ACT/SAT optional, but not necessarily when they award scholarships. •Recent legislation included substantial changes to the FAFSA and college financial aid. •Behind-the-scenes rules have changed on how colleges can recruit students and award scholarships. Join us to learn how these changes may impact your family and new strategies to consider to give your student the best opportunity to be admitted and maximize scholarships and financial aid. If you are the parent of a HS student in grades 9-11, this is incredibly important info you will not want to miss. Register today for the online webinar!
Join us for a Zoom presentation on the Midwest by Eleanor Brinsko of Carlon Genealogical Services. Midwesterners make up the heart of America; we live and work among the farmlands, the Great North Woods, and factories and industries. It’s time to take a look at the people who have called this place home by looking at the history of the region and its people and where to find the documents to fill out our ancestors’ stories. Registration is required.
The Frank L. Weyenberg Library introduces Throwback Saturday Movie Matinees! On the last Saturday of the month, the Library will showcase movies from previous decades to introduce new generations to some movie classics. Movies shown at the Frank L. Weyenberg Library may not be appropriate for all audiences. Playing this month: "The Birds"