Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Register for your spot on our historic Kaukauna bus tour!  The bus will depart from the Library parking lot at 1:00p.  The bus will stop at historic locations with information on the site provided by tour guides Carol Van Boxtel and Mary Hague.  The tour will conclude in the Library parking lot at 2:00p.  Registration is necessary for the tour.  Please reigster by calling 766-6340 or stop by the check-out desk to reserve your spot(s)!

Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 9:00am - 1:00pm

Participate in a beautiful fall 5K (or stroller-friendly 3K) walk with your dog to support the Kaukauna Library and the new KPD K9 Unit!  The walk will begin at the Library at 10:00a.  Day of registration begins at 9:00a at the Library.  The 5K walk (or 3K stroller-friendly route) will end at the 1,000 Islands pavillion.  The community cookout will begin at 11:00a.  You do not have to participate in the walk to enjoy the cookout!  This year dogs are welcome on our walk!  Dogs must be leashed, licensed, polite and cleaned up after.  Below you will find a registration form and route map.  We hope to see you there!

Wednesday, October 8, 2014 - 6:30pm - 7:15pm

Join us the second Wednesday of each month for Lego Lab.  Each month we will feature a different building activity.  Each activity will include a brief presentation on the featured construction tied to STEM.  Themes may include: patterns, inventions, bridges, robots, homes, animals and more!  For students in grades K-5.

Thursday, September 25, 2014 - 10:30am - 11:00am

A bilingual English-Hmong literacy program.  According to the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, "Beginning foreign language instruction early sets the stage for students' to develop advanced levels of proficiencies in one or more languages and that language learning correlates with higher academic achievement on standardized test measures."  So join us for some fun, learning beginning Hmong words and phrases.

Beginning foreign language instruction early sets the stage for students' to develop advanced levels of proficiencies in one or more languages - See more at: http://www.actfl.org/advocacy/discover-languages/for-parents/cognitive#sthash.SzzuOAQh.dpuf
Beginning foreign language instruction early sets the stage for students' to develop advanced levels of proficiencies in one or more languages - See more at: http://www.actfl.org/advocacy/discover-languages/for-parents/cognitive#sthash.SzzuOAQh.dpuf

   

Please help us in thanking these local and national businesses and organizations for supporting literacy and our Summer Reading Programs!  Without their generous support and donations, we couldn't offer such wonderful programs!

Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Ghost Town Fitness, Texas Roadhouse, Pizza Hut, Anytime Fitness, Stevie B's Pizza, Monkey Joe's, Badger Sports Park, The Kaukauna Elks, K-Town Sports Bar & Grill , Papa Murphy's, Green Bay Botanical Gardens, Outagamie Waupaca Library System, Green Bay Packers, Family Video, the Kaukauna Knights of Columbus, Weis Earth Science Museum, Uptown Cuts, Kaukauna Kiwanis, Landreman's Family Restaurant and the Friends of the Kaukauna Library.

If your organization or business would like to help support literacy and our Summer Reading Programs, please contact Ashley at the Library at (920) 766-6346 or at ashleyt [at] kaukauna-wi [dot] org.