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Please plan to attend the Friends of the Wautoma Library Annual Meeting on Thursday September 22 at 11:30. A light luncheon will be served. Topics to be discussed include but are not limited to: presentation of the Library Leadership Award, election of officers, library wish list, director's report, and fundraising.In this meeting many decisions are made and much discussion takes place. New members are always welcome.
Make the most of the end of summer with these two new adult classes at the library. Using Summer's Bounty with Linda Welty and Paint Night at the Library with The Traveling Easel.
Using Summer's Bounty is on Tuesday Sept. 13th at 5:30 pm. Join us for this delicious, free, cooking class. Learn to make infused oils, vegetable crisps, marinated vegetable salad, potato boats, inside out caramel apples along with other fabulous recipes. Did you know you can make a delicious pizza crust with Zucchini? Sign up today as space is limited to 25.
Paint Night at the Library with The Traveling Easel is on Thursday Sept. 15th at 6pm. Join us to paint your very own masterpiece. Linda Roberts will guide us through the exciting adventure of putting your creative imagination on canvas stroke by stroke. All materials are included for the not so steep price of $30. The library will gladly provide some resfreshments to help with the creative flow. Sign up now as space is limited to 25. Bring friends and meet new friends!
Four Wisconsin authors will visit the Wautoma Library on Tuesday August 2 from 3-5pm to meet with readers, sell books, and sign books. The line-up includes Wautoma’s own Julie C. Eger, Mary Ann Berkshire, Janie Jasin, and Portage author Sue Wentz.