We are holding in-person events. Masks are optional. Questions? Please reach out to Melissa, Adult Programming Librarian, at  608-437-5021, ext 4109, or melissa.roelli [at]

Registration is now available online, as well as by phone and in-person.  To register online, simply click the "Sign Up Here" link on events requiring pre-registration.  You can also call 608-437-5021.


Upcoming Events


Saturday, March 25, 10am

Slipjig brings fiery dance tunes, sweet airs and historic ballads from the Celtic nations to lift your spirits. Specializing in tasteful instrumentation and rich harmonies, Slipjig is sure to have celebrating your Irish roots...even if you're not Irish!

Featuring: Mark Hutchins - Vocals, flute, penny whistle, guitar
Sile Shigley - Vocals, fiddle, bouzouki
Michael Duffy - Piano, bodhran, bones, vocals
Scott Pedersen - Button accordion
Daithi Wolfe – Vocal and fiddle


Monday, March 27, 6:30pm

Survive & Advance - My Story
With Tim Decorah

Hear some practical tips and techniques on dealing with anxiety. As a teacher and coach in the Waunakee School District for the last 28 years, very few knew what was going on in Tim Decorah’s anxiety and panic stricken world. Join us as we listen to Tim talk about his adversities through childhood that ultimately lead to battling anxiety as an adult. He will discuss some of the “highs” of his life, like athletics and his professional life, and will also share how he struggled with the “lows” that accompanied his anxiety.  Learn how Tim was able to face these challenges, as he shares his plan to deal with the highs & lows of everyday life.

No registration needed. Light snacks provided.

Photo of Huma Siddiqui and a plate of samosas

Saturday, April 1, 10 am.

Learn how to make delicious samosas, a deep fried or baked pastry with a savory filling with chef Huma Siddiqui.  Registration Required. Sign up here or by calling 608-437-5021.


Tuesday, April 4, 10am

The Holdout,  Graham Moore

All are welcome to join in the conversation during our monthly book club. Copies are available for check out at our circulation desk. (Including large print!) 

Tea and light snacks are provided. 



Monday, April 10, 1pm

With Jeff Kersten, Agency Liaison for the Bureau of Consumer Protection within the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Can you identify common scams? What are the latest ones occurring in our area? Jeff Kersten will discuss the details of common scams, with a focus on ones that target seniors, the warning signs of a scam, and what to do if you or someone you know falls victim to a scam or fraud.  Helpful factsheets from The Bureau of Consumer Protection will be available.  As Wisconsin’s lead agency for consumer protection, the Bureau of Consumer Protection at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection, provides information and education, mediates complaints, investigates cases, and takes enforcement actions to fight fraudulent and deceptive practices that harm consumers and honest businesses.  As the Agency Liaison, Jeff travels around the state to educate the public, businesses and law enforcement on privacy protection, data security, identity theft, and other areas of consumer protection. Jeff has over 12 years of experience as a police officer and is a prior Consumer Protection Investigator for the Bureau of Consumer Protection. 

MahJongg Wednesdays

MahJongg Tiles

Weekly MahJongg at the library! 

Wednesdays, 1:30pm. We play American MahJongg. Beginners are welcome!