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Free practice tests for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation's written examinations and online driver's manuals - for car, motorcycle and CDL. Answers to 100+ DMV-related questions too!
Sign up begins June 1 for the reading incentive program- Build a Better World. The line up of activities includes:
Discovery Centers with Camp Parkside Kindness Zone: Wednesday June 7, 14,21,28 at 10:30 am
Deputy Wally Zuehlke and K-9 Argo: Thursday, June 8 at 3pm WW2 Museum
Thrill Seeker Dogs with Missi Roland: Thursday, June 15 at 3p.m WW2 Museum
Magician Tim Glander: Thursday, June 22 at 3p.m.
Musician/Storyteller Bill Kehl: Thursday, June 29 at 3p.m.
Bridge Building with UW-Extension: Thursday, July 6 at 3pm
Star Lab (2 Special Showings! Sign up Required!): WW2 Museum Thursday, July 13 at 3 p.m and 4:15pm.
Please Help Us Thank our Sponsors: McDonalds of Wautoma; DQ of Wautoma, Milwaukee Public Museum; Friends of the Wautoma Library, Culvers of Wautoma, Pizza Hut, Sky Zone Trampoline Park, Waushara Prevention Council
Teens can join in the fun by reading, reviewing, and voting on what part of the teen collection the library should invest more money in. Adults can join in the fun by reading, reviewing, and entering in a drawing for weekly prizes.
A Big Thank You to Copps of Wautoma for donating the cakes we will use for our cake decorating class on Tuesday May 30th at 5pm.
Thank you to Copps also for donating the use of bags and tips. This class is now full but we are taking names for a wait list.
Brief and beautiful, the spring flower season has blossomed in Waushara County. Take full advantage of this time by joining retired DNR naturalist and wildflower expert Elward Engle for a nature walk on Wed. May 17th. This walk is open to the public. Participants should meet at 9:30 a.m. in the west parking lot of the World War II Building. From there a carpool will form and walkers will drive towards Wild Rose to an area with boiling springs, watercress, fresh water shrimp, aquatic insects, and flowers. Birdsongs will also be identified. In case of rain, a slide show presentation will take place at the World War 2 Memorial. Please join us.