Following the discovery of a new form of space travel as well as Meg’s father’s disappearance, she, her brother, and her friend must join three magical beings (Mrs. Whatsit, Mrs. Who, and Mrs. Which) to travel across the universe to rescue him from a terrible evil. Based on the book by Madeleine L’Engle. Free popcorn.Details
Join us for a book club just for teens! Each month we’ll enjoy a great book discussion, pizza, and being with friends. June’s selection is Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds. As Will, fifteen, sets out to avenge his brother Shawn’s fatal shooting, seven ghosts who knew Shawn board the elevator and reveal truths Will needs to know.
Friends and strangers in cities near and far are discovering the thrill in this random act of kindness. We will be arranging and leaving floral arrangements around our community and be doing some small paintings of these beautiful floral arrangements! For late teens and adults. Registration is required. Call 78807825 to reserve a spot.Details
For grades 2-5. Create your own pet rock/summer reading buddy! This is one pet you won’t have to housetrain. We’ll share a rock-themed story and then spend time decorating a rock buddy that you can take along on adventures or read to during the summer. You’ll also have time for a short creative writing project about your new pet to share with the group. For grades 2-5 (writing skills needed to participate).Details
Little Chute Village Hall Community Room Science educator Mark Janssen (Mr. J.) will create excitement about science with his dynamic, highly motivational show that gets the audience involved in learning about a variety of science topics. Exploding paint cans, a bed of nails, chemistry “magic” and a frozen banana hammer are just a few of the tricks he has up his sleeve. Great for audiences of all ages! This show is sponsored through a grant from the Outagamie-Waupaca Library System…Details
Kids, do you have a favorite stuffed toy that has a few owies? “Dr. Jen” will be in the library ready to stitch up your stuffie and get it all set for more snuggles and adventures. Appointments are open from 10 a.m. – noon; please call 920-788-7825 to register starting June 4.
This month’s theme will be Weeds! 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
Like a good treasure hunt? Did you know there are treasures called geocaches likely hidden in your neighborhood as well as all around the world? Led by naturalist Debbie Nowak of 1000 Islands Nature Center, this class will show you how to get started with Gecocaching. Bring your own GPS or GPS-enabled mobile device, learn about the game, and even try finding a few practice caches around the library. A limited number of GPS units will also be on hand. All ages…Details
Enjoy an adventure from the Marvel universe. After the death of his father, T’Challa returns home to the African nation of Wakanda to take his rightful place as king. When a powerful enemy suddenly reappears, T’Challa’s mettle as king — and as Black Panther — gets tested when he’s drawn into a conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Free soda and pizza from Jet’s will be served. For teens in grades 6-12 only.Details
Libraries Rock – and Libraries Polka! Have fun dancing to some of the happiest music on Earth! Nationally-known polka musician Mike Schneider from Milwaukee will perform his Pint Size Polka program with lots of audience participation and many chances to dance. Loads of fun for all ages! This program is sponsored by FOLKS (Friends of the Library).Details
Singer Tom Pease will present a fabulous concert full of fun, laughter, and silly songs! Bring the whole family for a wonderful show by a beloved performer. Thank you to the American Legion Jacob Coppus Post 258 for sponsoring Tom’s show.Details
It’s the season for wildflowers! Discover many varieties of wildflowers and how to arrange colorful bouquets to add beauty to your space. All supplies will be provided, and everyone will go home with an arrangement. Registration is required as space is limited. Please stop by either location or call 788-7825 to register starting on June 18. For teens in grades 6-12 only.Details
Rondini returns with his sidekick Einstein the World’s Cutest Bunny for a fun magic show for the whole family. Come enjoy some furry cuteness and magical surprises. Thank you the American Legion Jacob Coppus Post 258 for sponsoring Rondini’s show.Details
Love to code or want to learn more about it? Taught by programmer John Emenecker, this free workshop will teach you Scratch, a visual programming language created by M.I.T. Learn problem solving, creativity, and collaboration skills in a fun manner to create games, interactive stories, and animations. This class meets daily for an hour over five days, and a commitment to attend each day is expected. Registration is required as space is limited. Please stop by either location or call…Details
Join us for a book club just for teens! Each month we’ll enjoy a great book discussion, pizza, and being with friends. August’s selection is Don’t Get Caught by Kurt Dinan. When Max falls victim to a prank from the Chaos Club, he wants revenge. Let the prank war begin.