Operation Time Capsule: Starting on June 10th


Join us for this exciting community project! What would you say to those in the future?

Say “Hi” to your older self or simply leave a message to your family, friends, community or humanity, to be read in 50 years.

This program is designed to bring the community together in the present (and in the future), with the simple intention of leaving a message to those who will be visiting the library in the year 2069: about hopes, feelings or simply ideas of what you expect the future to have been.

Pick up your postcard during the duration of the Summer Reading Program and return it not later than July 31st. After collecting them all, we will archive them on a box to be opened on July… of the year… 2069!

History’s Bookmark Night: Tuesday, June 25th, 6PM

PBS’ American Experience:  War of the Worlds

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.

Join us for the screening of PBS’ American Experience: WAR of the WORLDS.

What began as a broadcast performance of H.G. Wells’ fantasy, The War of the Worlds, turned into one of the biggest mass hysteria events in U.S. history. PBS’ American Experience examines the elements that together created this frenzy, including our longtime fascination with life on Mars; the emergence of radio as a powerful new medium; and the creative wunderkind Orson Welles, the twenty-three-year-old director of the drama and mischief-maker supreme.

Additional related materials are available for check out.

Special Program: Resilience, Thursday, June 27th, 6 p.m.

RESILIENCE: Take Care of Yourself and Have Some Fun!

Michael Rupsch, Licensed Professional Counselor with 30 years of experience in the behavioral health field and sponsored by Aurora Health Care.

The presentation will review five types of resilience and examine how practicing these daily can improve quality of life and add years to your life. Objectives for the session include the following:

  • Identify and practice the five types of resilience
  • Review the science of resilience and mindset
  • Learn how acts of everyday creativity can improve quality of life
  • Have some fun!!

Magic of Isaiah: Friday, June 28th, 2:00 p.m.

Magic of Isaiah: Rocket into Reading

You don’t want to miss this one of a kind magic show!

Magician Isaiah Foster returns to present a space  themed, highly interactive, action-packed show that will leave you laughing and applauding for more! Families welcome.  See you there!

Adult Recipe Club, Tuesday, July 2nd, 6 p.m.

The world beyond MOON PIES!

June is National Diary Month and what better way to celebrate it than at our Adult Recipe Club.

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!

July will be all about the moon we will be taking a trip to the moon through dishes unleashing your cooking creativity. Come up with something original, as long as the word “moon” (or related term) makes it into the recipe: moon noodles, crescent rolls, lunar cake, etc.. 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!

UFO Wisconsin: Thursday, July 11th, 6PM

Join us for a great program presented by author and researcher Chad Lewis, as he looks at some of the most amazing UFO encounters Wisconsin has to offer.

Wisconsin has a rich history of UFO and alien encounters. Each year, hundreds of people witness something in the sky that they cant explain. Even more bizarre are those who believe to have come face to face with creatures not of this earth.