Screening of the documentary, Tell Them We are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities. Discussion led by Karen Nelson, Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator, City of Appleton. Learn about the history of black colleges and universities in America, which have educated the architects of freedom movements and cultivated leaders in every field. Free admission.Details
Artist-in-Residence Presenter: Tara Pohlkotte Come and record your voice and story as part of an audio collection of the stories and lives of our community. Interview prompts will be available and we encourage community members to bring loved ones to participate in the recordings with them. Funding provided by the Friends of Appleton Public Library Free admission.Details
Topic: Weed ID and Control with Tom Wentzel. Weeds are a fact of life in any landscape, knowledge is power when fighting them. A Master Gardener demonstrates how to use online tools to identify weeds. Discussion will focus on organic weed control methods and the responsible use of herbicides.Details
Featuring The Adventures of Milo and Otis. Milo the kitten gets swept down a river, and so his best friend Otis the puppy goes on a mission to rescue him. This film series is designed for persons with cognitive disabilities but anyone may attend. Refreshments served.Details
Film Discussion of The Burden, the first documentary of its kind to tell the story of our dependence on fossil fuels as the greatest long‐term national security threat confronting the U.S., and how the military is leading our transition away from oil. Co-sponsored by Citizens’ Climate Education. Refreshments served.
Join us and the expert women of JumpStart Auto Repair to learn basic vehicle maintenance and keep your car running at its best. The last half hour of the program will be outside for a live under-the-hood look at real vehicles. Whether you are a teen, college student, or experienced driver, jump start your summer travel plans by making sure your ride is ready to roll! This program is open to teens through adults. No registration required.Details
Featuring Peter Pan. Peter Pan and Tinkerbell give three children the ability to fly. When they join Peter Pan in Neverland, they all band together to lead the Lost Boys in a battle against Captain Hook. This film series is designed for persons with cognitive disabilities but anyone may attend. Refreshments served.Details