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Digital Science Online
Great collection of visual teaching tools for the elementary and middle school science classroom. It contains full length videos, video clips and images covering a wide variety of physical, earth, life, integrated, health and biology science topics.
Want to learn more? Watch this tutorial.
Resource provided through Badgerlink.
Brief and beautiful, the spring flower season has blossomed in Waushara, Wisconsin. Take full advantage of this time by joining retired DNR naturalist and wildflower expert Elward Engle for a nature walk on Saturday May 14th. This walk is open to the public and participants should meet at 9:30am in the west parking lot of the World War 2 Museum. From there a carpool will form and walkers will drive towards Wildrose to an area with boiling springs, watercress, fresh water shrimp, aquatic insects, and flowers.
Pizza, Paninis & More: Thurs. May 5th at 5:30. Led by Linda Welty. Thank you to Copps of Wautoma and Joe's Premium Pizza for Donations.
Altered Books Workshop: Wed. May 18th at 2pm. HCE led. Make Planters and Center Pieces out of Books. Call Marilynn at 787-0212 to sign up.
Good & Cheap Eats: Thurs. May 19th at 5:30pm. Led by UW-Extension. Learn how to eat well on $4 a day. Learn to make cheese!
Adult Coloring and Coffee Social Hour: Thurs. May 26th at 5:30 pm. We provide the supplies. You supply the creativity.
All classes are Free, but a donation is appreciated to help cover costs and keep adult programming going.
The Library has the following devices available for check-out or in-library use:
Ipad Mini (2)
Kids Kindle with Free Play
Must be 18 to Checkout
Ask at the Desk for more Information
Devices were purchased in great part through funds donated by the Geraldine Hartford Waushara County Fund, part of the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin & the Friends of the Wautoma Public Library.