Germantown Community Library (Meeting Room)

Upcoming events

  • 2019-02-27 3:00 PM - 2019-02-27 4:30 PM

    Understanding Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease

    This educational program provided by the Alzheimer’s Association covers the basics of Alzheimer’s and dementia to provide a general overview for people who are facing a diagnosis as well as those who wish to be informed.  Registration appreciated.  Please call 800.272.3900 or email sprohuska@alz.org

  • 2019-02-28 6:00 PM - 2019-02-28 7:00 PM

    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

  • 2019-03-14 6:00 PM - 2019-03-14 7:00 PM

    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

  • 2019-03-19 5:00 PM - 2019-03-20 6:00 PM

    Author Investigation

    Event Category: Weekly & Monthly Youth Programs

    Target Audience: Geared for ages 3 & up

    3rd Tuesdays @ 5:00 p.m.

    We will read books by the author followed by a craft related to the books we explore. Geared for ages 3 & up.

    January 15: Jan Brett

    February 19: Robert Munsch

    March 19: Dr. Seuss

    April 16: Doreen Cronin

  • 2019-04-03 6:00 PM - 2019-04-03 8:00 PM

    * Nature's Ways with Philip Chard

    Winter got you feeling blue?  Join us for a discussion of how nature interaction can help with emotional healing and spiritual growth.  Presenter Philip Chard is a psychotherapist with over 30 years experience, and an award-winning newspaper columnist for the Milwaukee Journal and book author.  Question & answer session and refreshments to follow.

    *This program is part of the 2019 Washington County Libraries Transform Campaign.

  • 2019-04-11 6:00 PM - 2019-04-11 7:00 PM

    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

  • 2019-04-16 5:00 PM - 2019-04-17 6:00 PM

    Author Investigation

    Event Category: Weekly & Monthly Youth Programs

    Target Audience: Geared for ages 3 & up

    3rd Tuesdays @ 5:00 p.m.

    We will read books by the author followed by a craft related to the books we explore. Geared for ages 3 & up.

    January 15: Jan Brett

    February 19: Robert Munsch

    March 19: Dr. Seuss

    April 16: Doreen Cronin

  • 2019-04-25 3:00 PM - 2019-04-25 4:30 PM

    Dementia Conversations

    This program provided by the Alzheimer’s Association offers helpful tips to assist families in having honest and caring conversations with family members about dementia.  Topics include driving, doctor visits, and legal & financial planning.  Registration appreciated.  Please call 800.272.3900 or email sprohuska@alz.org

  • 2019-04-25 6:00 PM - 2019-04-25 7:00 PM

    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

  • 2019-04-30 3:00 PM - 2019-04-30 4:30 PM

    Death and Mourning in the Victoria Era

    What do parlor funerals, post-mortem death photographs, Victorian hair wreaths, public mourning and seances have in common?  They are all rituals of death that became popular between 1876 and 1915. Join retired funeral director Steve Person for a fascinating journey into death and mourning practices in the Victorian Era complete with lots of stories and props.