- 0606.January.SundayNo events
The Winter Reading Program is available for kids and adults of all ages. Reading logs will be available beginning Monday, January 8 and can be turned in Monday, January 7 through Saturday, February 23.
Click here for more details!
Teen Game Nights
Drop on in for some games, snacks and video games for students in grade 6-12.
January 8, February 11, March 5, April 17 & May 16http://germantownlibrarywi.org/special-adult-and-all-ages-programs/
Local Author Visit: Dr. Ed Anhalt
Join Wisconsin resident and professor Dr. Ed Anhalt as he discusses his book Mandatory Reading: Open Your Mind to 18 of Life’s Most Important Questions. Books available for purchase. Questions & answer session and refreshments to follow.
- 0909.January.WednesdayNo events
Event Category: Adult Book Groups
Target Audience: Adults (18+)
The Morning Book Group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. in the library’s large meeting room. Join us for some interesting reading and lively conversation. No registration is required. All are welcome! Free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate provided by the Friends of the Germantown Community Library!
Visit our website or stop by the Reference Desk for specific dates and individual titles.
Copies of the selected books are available at the Circulation Desk. Please bring your library card to check out a copy.http://germantownlibrarywi.org/weekly-monthly-youth-programs/
Art in the Library
Event Category: Weekly & Monthly Youth Programs
Target Audience: Geared for ages 3 & up
Select Thursdays @ 6:00 p.m.
Learn about a famous artist and replicate a piece of artwork by that artist. A new artist will be explored each storytime. Geared for ages 5 & up.
January 10, January 24, February 14, February 28, March 14, April 11 & April 25
- 1111.January.FridayNo events
Event Category: Friends of the Germantown Library
Target Audience: Adults (18+)
The Friends of the Germantown Community Library in Germantown, Wisconsin is a voluntary, non-profit group providing support and funding for the library.
Meetings are held on the second Saturdays of the month at 9:00 a.m. at the library September – May. All are welcome to attend!
Visit the Friends website for additional information.http://germantownlibrarywi.org/special-youth-programs/
Join local children’s book author and Germantown High School special education teacher, Mary Fischer Ouchie, for a special storytime.
Mary Ouchie will read Twirly Girl, a story about a girl with Autism who twirls to relieve her anxieties. The story is illustrated with art quilting and shows that everyone has potential and abilities despite difficulties in life.This book, as well as others by Mary, will be available for sale. After storytime, there will be a craft. All ages welcome.
*Sponsored by the Friends of the Germantown Community Library
Check out our 2019 Winter & Spring Program Brochure!!!
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