Featuring Wonder. Rated PG. Based on the New York Times best seller, this tells the incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences who enters fifth grade, attending a mainstream elementary school for the first time. Refreshments served.
Topic: Organic Gardening with Kathy Shaw. Organic vegetable gardening is better for our health and the environment. This month a Master Gardener explains what organic gardening is and methods for avoiding chemicals, including the practice of no-till gardening. Don’t miss this chance to learn how to grow healthier produce and have your gardening questions answered by an expert. Free.Details
Featuring Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Rated G. When their town’s prized produce starts disappearing, our cheese-loving inventor and his savvy canine companion must use all their wildly imaginative inventions to try to capture a mysterious beast of epic and fluffy proportions! This film series is designed for persons with cognitive disabilities but anyone may attend. Refreshments served.Details
Betty Henry has been a genealogist for 35 years. Currently she holds the posts of Appleton Chapter Regent and Organizing Secretary for the State of Wisconsin in the Daughters of the American Revolution organization. She will talk about the application process, holdings of the DAR library, levels of the organization, and the service work that they do. no registration required. Find Your Ancestors series is supported by Friends of Appleton Public Library.Details
Featuring Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron. Rated G. Spirit, a wild young mustang, journeys across the wilderness of the American frontier to regain his freedom and save his homeland. Along the way he forms a friendship with a Lakota brave, falls in love with a mare named Rain, and outwits an Army General. This film series is designed for persons with cognitive disabilities but anyone may attend. Refreshments served.Details
A Vinyasa Flow style yoga class with an emphasis on writing down and reflecting on what is going on in the body and mind throughout the practice. Students are encouraged to keep writing throughout the month, and welcome to share their writing at the end of the class. Journals & pens provided.Details