Wednesday, August 6, 2014 - 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Joy Chen presents an educational, lively, artistic program of Chinese dance and history, using traditional dress and music, and photos and images from her travels in China. Small groups can participate with Joy in learning a “harvest” ribbon folk dance.

Her dance repertoire includes traditional Chinese court dances, including striking fan and rainbow ribbon dances, and sword and staff warrior dances. She has adapted a Uighur (Mongolian) courtship dance and the "Harvest Dance.” The multimedia presentation during costume changes explores Chinese history, family life, and holidays.

This program will be held at Kaukauna City Hall in the Community Room.  All ages welcome.

The Library is hiring for a part-time Library Assistant with an emphasis in Local History work.  The position is for 20 hours a week, with specific hours listed in the packet.  For more information on the position, please click on the heading of this story to see the attachement with the application packet. 

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 - 6:30pm - 7:15pm

Teens, join us for some GROSS science experiments!  Slimy....

Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 10:00am - 10:45am

A preschool story, science and craft event about rainbows.  Siblings welcome.  No registration necessary.

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.

Registration for Summer Reading Programs will begin on May 19th, 2014.  Children may bring a registration slip home from school.  You only need to register once for Summer Reading Program.  If you loose a reading log prior to starting Summer Reading Program, please stop by the Library for a new one!

Summer Reading Program runs from June 9th - August 11th, 2014

Youth: Fizz Boom Read!

Teen: Spark a Reaction

Adult: Literary Elements

The Friends of the Library recently purchased new audiobook and DVD language-learning materials for our adult collections!  Stop by to see our new materials!

Click here for the Electronic Resources Associate application package which includes the job description and other documents needed to apply.