We are planning in person events for this fall. However, this may change if health department regulations/recommendations change. Check back for the most current information. 

Masks must be worn during our programs. 


Upcoming Events

Saturday, October 23
2 Sessions

   *10:30am Ages 16+
   *1pm Ages 7-15. Must have a helper (who is not making a doll) who is 16 or older.

Registration Required. Space is limited.

Come celebrate the bounty of the season by creating a traditional No Face Cornhusk Doll with National Heritage Fellow, Karen Ann Hoffman of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. 

Sponsored by Beyond the Page.





Monday, October 25, 6:30pm

What do you think makes Agatha Christie so popular? Who is your favorite character? What is your opinion about her disapperance?  

Join us as we gather to share our thoughts and ideas in this final Big Read program of 2021. 



Join us in the library meeting room for a preview of homeschool materials, resources and refreshments!



Tuesday, November 2

Because October was filled with The Big Read and all its events, we skip November book club.  We'll see you in December! 



November 4-10

You may reserve 2, 1-2 hour time slots, for a total of 4 hours. 

Save your Slides, Photographs and Documents!
Do you have older family slides, photographs or papers you would like to save and share? Digitize them! Use high tech scanners, on loan from the South Central Library System, to preserve your family history! Call 608-437-5021, or stop in, to reserve a time slot. Staff cannot scan the items for you, but will gladly get you started. You will need your own USB flash drive to save the photos and documents. 



Monday, November 8, 6:30pm

Learn about what you can do to help maintain your heating system and what to ask for when your furnace is serviced by a heating professional. We will have our training furnace on hand to review the components of a forced air furnace. As always, bring your questions!




Wednesday, November 17, 6-8pm (NOTE EARLY START TIME!)

Registration is required and space is limited. Ages 16+.

With Linda Conroy, Moonwise Herbs

Learn about herbs that can promote winter health as well as address common ailments. After learning about herbs for winter health, everyone will make their own simple elderberry oxymel syrup, elderberry tincture and herbal lozenges to take home. During class, we will also learn about a variety of herbal tea and infusions that can be easily made at home. Recipes and all supplies provided.




Tuesday, December 7, 10am

We meet in-person in the library's meeting room (or teen area.) We spread out and masks are required. 

Spirit Run: A 6,000-Mile Marathon Through North America's Stolen Land by Noe Alvarez







Watch our previous programs, craft videos and more
on our YouTube channel!