Last Day of School Movie: Early Man, Friday, June 1, 2:00 p.m.

In this stop-motion animated comedy set in prehistoric times, a tribe of primitive hunters are displaced from their homes by emissaries from a distant empire that has mastered bronze-making. However, a tribesman named Dug  tries to win his home back by challenging the invaders to a game of soccer. Directed by Nick Park, best known as the creator of the beloved animated duo Wallace and Gromit. as well as the lovable, Shaun the Sheep.

Enjoy watching this new release on the big screen!- Rated PG – 98 minutes


LIBRARIES ROCK! and this summer WE WILL ROCK YOU! We will have GREAT programs, presentations, and activities that we have scheduled for you to have a great SUMMER READING! starting this JUNE.

There is something for everyone: Children, Adults & Teens will benefit of this great time of the year, reading, learning and earning the possibility of winning some really cool prizes. Check and don’t forget to sign up!


Summer Reading Program goes from June 4th to July 28th.

Adult Recipe Club, Tuesday, June 5th, 6-7 p.m.

Garden Party at the Library! (Weather Permitting)

Calling all cookbook lovers & food enthusiasts! The library’s recipe club is looking for members! Gourmet chef skills are not required- it’s a great way to learn from others and share your best tips while testing out fun new recipes!

Join us for a garden party outside with any food you would like to share. Bring  samples of your food and a copy of the recipe to share with the group. Registration is required for participation and we are always looking for new members! Join us any time!

Storytime and Stuffed Animal Sleepover, June 7th & 8th, 10.30 a.m.

Your favorite stuffed animal is invited to a sleepover at the library!

Storytime & Stuffed Animal Drop-off: Thursday June 7, 10:30 a.m.

Stuffed Animal Pick-up: Friday, June 8, 10:30 a.m.

Join us on Thursday at 10:30 a.m. with a stuffed animal for a very special storytime! Afterwards, your stuffed friend will stay for a sleepover at the library. Come back Friday at 10:30 a.m. to pick up your friend and watch a slideshow of all the fun they had!

Your stuffed animal will be spending the night, so please don’t bring a stuffed animal you need to get to sleep. One stuffed animal per child, please. No registration required. All are welcome!

AUDIOPHILE RECORDS: A Musical Journey!, Sunday, June 10th, 12-2 p.m.

JOIN US at the Ozaukee County Pioneer Village during the celebration of Heritage Day for a unique event.

For almost twenty years, AUDIOPHILE Records Inc. captured for posterity diverse music artists in different music genres, including Dixieland and Jazz or Easy Listening. Music from our collection of AUDIOPHILE RECORDS will be played at the train depot located in the Pioneer Village for those attending its free annual open house.

A great opportunity to listen to these  albums produced once in Saukville, Wisconsin.

The Ozaukee County Pioneer Village is located at 4880 County Rd. I, Saukville, WI.

Morning Storytime, Tuesdays starting June 12, 10:30 a.m.

Shimmy on over to the library for storytime this summer!

Join us for weekly storytimes filled with rhymes, songs, dancing and, of course,  wonderful stories specially designed for children ages 2-5 years old. The fun begins June 12 and runs through July 24.

As always, storytime is free to attend, though registration is required. Sign up starts June 4 and can be done in person or over the phone.

The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War, Tuesday, June 12th, 6 p.m.

Join us for a special presentation as part of our Summer Reading Program: Doug Bradley, Co-author of “We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War”.

“We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War” places popular music at the heart of the American experience in Vietnam. The presentation explores how and why U.S. troops turned to music as a way of connecting to each other and the World back home and of coping with the complexities of the war they had been sent to fight. It also demonstrates that music was important for every group of Vietnam veterans—black and white, Latino and Native American; men and women; officers and “grunts”—whose personal reflections drive the book’s narrative.

Registration required.