Over the next two weeks, we have several programs happening that can help you with your Medicare, Social Security and Retirement.
John Leis, from Physician’s Mutual, will be here on Tuesday, May 10th, 10am-Noon and Wednesday, May 11 6-8 pm to talk about Medicare. He will also be back on Tuesday, May 17th at 6 pm to talk about Social Security and retirement.
If you can’t make those Medicare days, Dave Richards, also from Physician’s Mutual, will be here on Wednesday, May 18th at Noon and on Thursday, May 19th at 6 pm to talk about more about Medicare. Give us a call if you’d like to sign up, otherwise, both John and Dave accept walk-ins.
~With Jeanne Azoff of the ArtHouse Studio in Saukville!
Jeanne will be doing a series of beginning art classes, starting with Calligraphy! on Monday Night, May 9th at 6 pm. Spaces are limited and they are beginning to fill up, so call today for this free class. You can purchase Calligraphy pens (a slanted, thick tip marker) at any of the local hobby and craft stores. Please bring one or more of these pens with you to class. Practice sheets will be made available. For information on Jeanne’s classes in Saukville, please click on the following link: ArtHouse Studio
Monday, April 25th at 6 pm!
Local author, Genevieve Davis will be here to talk about her wonderful true story about a grandmother she never knew. Her research turned up some startling facts. Come and listen to Genevieve’s story and even see a clip of the upcoming film!
There was a time when brothels were far from uncommon in Wisconsin’s Northwoods. Still, if you found out that your dad’s mother ran a brothel, that might be a shock. And then, if you found out your grandmother was closely connected to gangland Chicago in the Roaring 1920s… and then, you find out that your grandmother died under mysterious circumstances… well, that’s a mystery too fascinating to be left alone. Local author and artist, Genevieve Davis, grew up in Whitefish Bay, WI.
SECRET LIFE, SECRET DEATH is a non-fiction mystery that answers the question, “Ever wonder what happened to women in the Mob?” Because you usually find out what happened to guys, but never the women!
The Great Lakes!
Monday, April 11th at 6 pm.
With Moira Harrington with the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
The Great Great Lakes!
Port Washington is located along the shore of the world’s fifth largest lake, Lake Michigan. It, and its fellow four Great Lakes, make up the world’s largest freshwater system. On a planet that’s demanding ever greater amounts of fresh, clean water, the Great Lakes are pretty appealing. They’ve always been appealing to those of us here in Wisconsin. In this talk, Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Moira Harrington will share some lake facts and information on recent research and outreach projects related to the lakes.
For more information about the program, or about Sea Grant, please visit seagrant.wisc.edu
Thanks to everyone who came to the Seed Starting Class!! As promised, here is the link that Elizabeth talked about, making your own newspaper pots. Also remember that the Seed Library is open, and expecting new seeds within the next few weeks!! Look for the Triple Treat Pumpkins and the San Marzano Tomatoes!! We will also be starting our own seeds and have them ready to go by the Port Washington City wide rummage sale in June for purchase!! All proceeds go to fund the Seed Library! If you have any questions, give Annie a call at the library or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always looking for volunteers, too!!