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WANTED: LIBRARY CLERK
WAUTOMA PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Wautoma Public Library is seeking a part-time librarian. The ideal candidate will be proficient in reference searches, e-readers, & emerging technology. An interest in popular literature and a knack for planning and programming is desired. Candidates must have strong skills in customer service, conflict resolution, and teamwork. Previous library experience is a plus. Ability to speak Spanish is a plus. High School Diploma or its equivalent is required. This part time position averages 13-20 hours a week, days, early evenings, and some Saturdays. Wage range is $8.50 - $10 an hour based on experience, education, qualifications, and abilities. To apply, please pick up an application and job description at the Wautoma Public Library, deadline is Friday Feb 24th 6pm.
Come to the Wautoma Public Library and learn to cook delicious Italian dishes with Linda Welty, Tuesday February 28th at 5:00 pm. Among the dishes to be sampled and demonstrated are: pepperoni dip, pasta fazool, pignoli strips, chicken lasagna, tomato bread salad, and Italian bread w/dipping sauce. Space is limited for this tasty tour, so sign up at the library for free or call 920-787-2988.
Healing Plants of Mother Earth
Tuesday March 7th at 5pm, come to the Wautoma Public Library and listen to Jackie (Red Woman) Lindow. Jackie teaches through the American Indian tradition of story telling. She has a great knowledge of healing plants. Her stories show how the natural world can be incorporated into our everyday lives. Call 920-787-2988 to sign up for this fascinating program.
More and more studies are showing that mindful meditation helps relieve symptoms of depression, anxiety, and pain. If you ever wanted to learn more about meditation, please consider attending one or all of the free seminars and meditation hours offered this month for free with Jennifer Culver. Sign up today! 787-2988
Mindful Meditation Hour: Mondays in February at 9:30am.
Mindful Leadership Brown Bag Lunch: Mon. Feb. 6th at 12-1pm
Mindful Living Seminar: Thurs. Feb 16th at 5:30pm
Mindful Parenting Seminar: Thurs. Feb. 23 at 5:30pm