Acupuncture! With PW Resident

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By , September 26, 2017 12:27 pm

Acupuncture, with Port Washington resident Amy Huegerich!

Monday, October 2nd at 6pm

What is Acupuncture? Learn the basics and what it can help you with. Local PW resident Amy is an acupuncturist educated at Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Racine and licensed in Wisconsin

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A Barnes & Noble BookFair!

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By , September 26, 2017 12:24 pm

Purchase books and other merchandise either in-store on the 3rd at Barnes & Nobel in the BayShore Town Center in Glendale, or online starting on the 3rd through the 8th, and B&N will donate a portion of their total sales to us!! That code is : 12173365 for online purchases. Stop by the store between Noon and 6 pm on October 3rd and Annie will give you the code, too. Great day to get those Christmas presents all wrapped up!! (See what I did there… )

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Canning and Preserving!

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By , September 19, 2017 6:41 pm

Canning and Preserving
Monday, September 25th at 6 p.m.
Learn how to preserve all the hard work you put into your garden this summer by canning, preserving, pickling and drying.
Please Register for this Class!

Take our Adult Services Survey!

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By , September 13, 2017 10:52 am

Can you take a quick survey for us? It takes about 30 seconds to finish. I promise! We appreciate your help! Thank you~

Click Here for Survey

2017 Family Frontier Day

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By , September 11, 2017 7:41 pm

Saturday, September 23rd  10am-2pm. at the Ozaukee County Pioneer Village

 

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Local Author Event!

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By , September 6, 2017 12:07 pm

Author Spencer Islo will be here at the library to talk about his new novel, Keepers Weepers. Monday, September 11th at 6 pm.

Twelve months – August 1958 to August 1959. Twelve months of real life colliding head-on with the ambition and unbridled imagination of one little 6-year-old boy that changed his life forever. The first steps into the maze of life don’t get any more ‘barely believable’.

Author Spencer Islo resides in Cedarburg, Wisconsin with his wife Ann and their cat ‘Muon’. In addition to writing Spencer’s background includes photography and motion picture production. Spencer and Ann divide their time between family and friends in the U.S., England, Sweden and France.

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Daffodil Bulbs

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By , August 29, 2017 11:56 am

The Seven Hills Seed Library has daffodil bulbs ready for pick up at a suggested donation of $2 a bag. Just in time for fall planting and beautiful spring growing! Add some color to your garden. Hurry before they are all gone.

Friday Night Movie!

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By , August 29, 2017 11:16 am

Friday, September 8th at 7 pm we will be playing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Come early and get a seat and some delicious Tello’s Food! Rated PG-13

The Library Telescope!

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By , August 22, 2017 8:28 am

Monday, August 28th! Jeff Setzer, president of the Northern Cross Science Foundation will be here at 6 pm to talk about our new LIBRARY TELESCOPE!!!

Introducing our new addition to the library! An Orion StarBlast 4.5″ Telescope has been donated by the Northern Cross Science Foundation. The Library Telescope is available to anyone who has a valid library card from the Monarch Library System.

For more information on the telescope or the NCSF please visit The Library Telescope page.

 

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Solar Eclipse Viewing!!

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By , August 16, 2017 8:28 am

A total solar eclipse will occur on Monday, August 21, 2017! In Wisconsin, we will only experience a partial solar eclipse, but the Northern Cross Science Foundation will have a viewing event at Harrington Beach State Park from 11am – 3pm. They will have viewing glasses for those who participate in the event.

Although a partial solar eclipse is an interesting phenomenon, we heartily encourage everyone to experience “totality” — where the Moon completely covers the Sun — if at all possible. Only totality will:

-darken the sky significantly
-reveal the outer atmosphere of the Sun (known as the corona)
-show flame-like structures coming off the edge of the Sun (known as prominences)
-drop the air temperature noticeably and still the air
-cause animals to behave strangely
-provide a 360-degree sunset experience

The path of totality is a band approximately 70 miles wide that stretches from Salem, OR to Charleston, SC.  Explore what’s out there and if you have questions or would like to arrange an Eclipse 2017 presentation for your group, you can always contact the NCSF. (262) 338-8614.  www.ncsf.info

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