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Prepare yourselves for fun, as April Showers bring a rainstorm of activities to the Wautoma Library! First up, children’s programs. On Mondays from 4:15-5:15, join us for Lego Club. Lego club is open for 1st to 6th graders. Legos will be provided for, but the imagination and creativity belong to you. Each week our Lego Librarian will announce a book based challenge or theme that Lego club members will then create. We'll take pictures of your creations so everyone can see and enjoy your crazy good lego skills. We’ll also display a few of the finished works around the library until the
When: Starting Monday March 31 at 9:30-11:30 Where: Wautoma Public Library What: Six week course to help you manage your chronic condition Free and sponsered by: Aging and Disability Resource Center
Get excited about Science with the UW-Extension and the Wautoma Public Library. Science Nights are a reoccurring event normally held on the 4th Monday of the Month at 4:30pm. Fun hands on activities to look forward to include, “I can Build a Robot”, “Let’s get Buoyant”, “Roaring ROV’s”, and much more! This program is geared for 3rd to 6th graders. Please call the library to sign-up at 920-787-2988.