Does someone you love have Alzheimer’s disease or a related type of dementia? Here’s a safe place where people listen and understand:
Ozaukee Co. Caregiver Support Group
Date/Time 3rd Thursday of the month from 6:00 – 7:30 PM
Location Oscar Grady Public Library 151 S. Main St. Saukville, WI 53080
Facilitator(s): Valerie Cutting & Christin Langlois
414.418.0765 or 262.305.7152
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This program will present a selection of short stories read by the library staff, during an hour program to be conducted periodically in our location. The selection for the reading will come from items available in our collection. The format will be set to be composed of 1 to 3 short stories of different nature and authors.
After each story, participants will be encouraged to contribute their thoughts and opinions on what it has been read if they will desire to do so. Discussion of stories will be held in a respectful environment to those participating.
It is the last season of high school life for Nadia Turner, a rebellious, grief-stricken, seventeen-year-old beauty. Mourning her own mother’s recent suicide, she takes up with the local pastor’s son. Luke Sheppard is twenty-one, a former football star whose injury has reduced him to waiting tables at a diner. They are young; it’s not serious. But the pregnancy that results from this teen romance—and the subsequent cover-up—will have an impact that goes far beyond their youth.
In entrancing, lyrical prose, The Mothers asks whether a “what if” can be more powerful than an experience itself. If, as time passes, we must always live in servitude to the decisions of our younger selves, to the communities that have parented us, and to the decisions we make that shape our lives forever.
Limited copies of this book will be available at the circulation desk. All are welcome to attend!
Toy Story 4
Major complications ensue when Bonnie turns a spork into a toy, but he sees himself as an eating utensil instead. Woody, Buzz and co. have to set out into the world to find him, reunite with Bonnie, and resolve his existential crisis. You are welcome to bring your own snacks. See you there!
Enjoy watching this new release on the big screen! Rated G – 100 minutes
First session on October 22nd:
“In Light I Trust”: Join us for a presentation by Library Assistant Martin Morante on the history of photography and his homemade pinhole photographic cameras used to capture landscapes all around.
Do you make something at home, garage, studio, or shed that you would like others to see, learn or even connect with others who may be doing something similar to what you do?
Calling all MAKERS in our community to join us at the library for a new way of sharing what you do with others.
Each month we invite makers to join us for a night of show & tell on their creations, come and show or see, touch and learn.
Join us for a very interesting presentation in this current topic.
The Truth About Vaping, Juuling and Your Health
Tobacco is changing! Join Valerie Grimm, CHES, Public Health Strategist for the Wash/Oz Public Health Department as we delve into the world of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems. Explore the latest research and what the current health information tells us about this trending habit. Learn why vaping is rising in popularity with young adults, and important information to help parents talk with their children.
Halloween Science Show, presented by Elementastic
Come see how fang-tastic science can be!
Get into the spirit and join us for some spooky Halloween science fun featuring experiments and demonstrations by Elementastic!
Yummy treats will be provided afterwards. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Costumes encouraged, but not required. All are welcome! See you there!
Women’s Suffrage Turns 100!
After 70 plus years of fighting for the right to vote, women all over the country saw their right to vote become a reality thanks to the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, known as the 19th Amendment, which granted the right to vote to women in the US.
Join us for a discussion as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of this milestone, as part of our history club monthly meeting.
Several titles are available for check out in advance to this meeting. Inquire at our desk.
Calling all history buffs to join us for our History’s Bookmark Night, our very own history club at the library.
Each month a subject will be discussed through a selected reading list. Join us for an informative evening exploring many different historical events, while sharing opinions, information and anecdotes with others.