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dedicated to providing the resources to meet the informational, educational, & recreational needs of our diverse community
University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Digitized letters, diaries, reminiscences, speeches, photographs, oral history tapes, manuscripts and maps.
Wildflowers Along a Trout Stream: Presented by former DNR specialist and life long naturalist Elward Engle on Friday April 15th at 10am
Adult Coloring and Coffee Social Hour: Thursday April 21 at 5:30. We provide supplies, you provide creativity
Pizza, Paninis, & More: Thursday May 5th at 5:30pm. Led by Home Economics Teacher Linda Welty, supplies donated by Copps Foods of Wautoma, donation of $3 appreciated but not necessary to help cover lecture cost, any extra goes towards future adult programming.
Lego Lovers Rejoice! Lego Club returns to the Wautoma Public Library every Thursday in April at 4:15 pm. Legos will be provided for, but the imagination and creativity belong to you. At Lego club you can show off your building talents, improve your skills, and make new friends. Each week our librarian leader will announce a book based challenge or theme that Lego club members will then create. We’ll also display a few of the finished works around the library until the next week’s date. Then another theme/challenge will be announced and new creations made.
Join the Waushara County Ice Age Trail Alliance for a free, open to the public presentation at the Wautoma Public Library featuring WDNR Field Supervisor Shawn Sullivan and highlighting the beautiful, local streams that intersect the Ice Age Trail. Mr. Sullivan has worked for the DNR for over 12 years with his primary focus being the restoration of streams and the improvement of trout habitat in the central sands region of Wisconsin. Under his supervision, Waushara County can boast to having some of the healthiest streams and best trout fishing opportunities in the state of Wiscosnin.