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Click on the What's New title link below to check out what’s new at the library in Children's this week. Click a different category above to see what else is new.
Winnefox Employment Help Center
Help for job-seekers is here! Find links to job openings, tips on résumé writing & interviewing, and more.
Thursdays in April 4:15pm
Geared towards 1st-5th grade
$30 for materials
Snacks provided, class size limited, sign up required
Thurs. April 13th at 6:00pm
Tues April 25th at 5:30pm.
Led by Linda Welty Class limit 25, Yummy.
National Library Week April 9th-15th
$2 Overdue Fine Forgiveness for each Checkout &
Free Card Replacement with Id during this week.
*Exludes Fines Created at Other Libraries, Damaged or Lost Items
New to the Teen Section "Alexa" Echo Dot
Ask her questions, listen to streaming music.
Healing Plants of Mother Eaqrth: Tues March 7th at 5pm
Sign Language Class: Thurs March. 16th at 5:30pm
Trail Guide Tune Up: Sat. March 18th at 1pm
Quilling Class: Thurs March 20th at 6pm
Seed Saving Library & Class: Monday March 27th 6pm
Learn New Skills at the Wautoma Public Library
There are several great opportunities to learn new skills at the Wautoma Public Library this March. On Thursday March 16th at 5:30pm, Lucinda Marks will teach introductory sign language. In this workshop some key basics will be covered such as fingerspelling names and common signs, all in a spirit of fun and games. This hands-on workshop is open to all ages (children with accompanying guardian), but sign up is a must. Please visit or call the library at 787-2988 to register.
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.