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Jun 282016
 
Capital Campaign

 
We welcome donations for the Capital Campaign, as we need to raise $238,000 of our $2.9 million dollar goal. If you would like to donate to the Capital Campaign please use the yellow Donate button in the left column of this page.
 
 
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Jun 282016
 
Survey for Library Users

We are applying for a grant, and would appreciate your input on a quick survey. The grant would provide funds to the library to develop resources, that capture, collect, and make community stories available and meaningful. Your answer to five questions will help guide our research and application. Thank you! www.surveymonkey.com/r/WSGHFG5 [Read more…]

Jun 282016
 
4-H Babysitting Course

The library will offer the 4-H Babysitting Course on Tuesday, Feb. 20th, 9am-4pm. The $25 fee includes a course manual. This course is for children ages 11 and older. The course has 15 spaces available, and pre-registration is required. Students will learn to become responsible babysitters with sessions covering child safety, first aid and emergencies, feeding and [Read more…]

Jun 282016
 
Short Story Study Group Schedule

Love literature? The Short Story Study Group meets on Thursday, Feb. 22nd, 6:45-7:45pm. The stories are: “Everything That Rises Must Converge” and “A Good Man is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor. Copies of all stories are available at the circulation desk. The group is led by staff member Renee Voorhees. March 15th selections: [Read more…]

Jun 282016
 
Writing Your Journey

“Life is a story. What does yours say?” Sieglinde Rogers invites aspiring and experienced writers to join a new group that encourages participants to write their own stories. The group meets at the library every other Thursday at 3pm. The March meetings are Thursdays, March 1st, 15th, and 29th at 3pm. Please bring a notebook or [Read more…]

Jun 282016
 
World of Books March Meeting

World of Books Book Group meets Wednesday,  March 7th at 4pm at the Library. Discussing Pereira Maintains by Antonio Tabucci. Translated from Italian by Patrick Creagh. Setting: Portugal. New members are always welcome to join our lively literary discussions. Feel free to just listen in, or participate in the conversation. Summary from CLAMS: Set in the sweltering [Read more…]

Jun 282016
 
WFL Book Club Spring Winter/Spring Schedule

The WFL Book Club for Adults meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 1:30pm. The schedule is as follows: March 13th: Killers of the Flower Moon, the Osage Murders, and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann April 10th: Bellevue: Three Centuries of Medicine and Mayhem at America’s Most Storied Hospital by [Read more…]