NEW LOCATION BEGINNING FEB 29, 2016:
207 Thilmany Rd, Suite 200
Kaukauna, WI 54130

LIBRARY CLOSED FEB 13th—28th
(suspension of library services)
Book drop will remain open and be emptied daily
Holds will be at Little Chute Library for pick up
625 Grand Ave (788-7825)
exact closing dates subject to change

MOVING COLLECTION & STAFF TRAINING
Feb 15th-27th in new facility

RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY
(resumption of library services)
Feb 29th at 9:00a

Want to be part of the move?
Call the Library at 766-6340 to sign up!

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Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 10:00am

A highly personal and moving true story of friend-ship and remembrance from the New York Timesbestselling author of Duty and Be True to Your School

Growing up in Bexley, Ohio, population 13,000, Bob Greene and his four best friends -- Allen, Chuck, Dan, and Jack -- were inseparable. Of the four, Jack was Bob's very best friend, a bond forged from the moment they met on the first day of kindergarten. They grew up together, got into trouble together, learned about life together -- and were ultimately separated by time and distance, as all adults are. But through the years Bob and Jack stayed close, holding on to the friendship that had formed years before.

Then the fateful call came: Jack was dying. And in this hour of need, as the closest of friends will do, Bob, Allen, Chuck, and Dan put aside the demands of their own lives, came together, and saw Jack through to the end of his journey.

Tremendously moving, funny, heart-stirring, and honest, And You Know You Should Be Glad is an uplifting exploration of the power of friendship to uphold us, sustain us, and ultimately set us free.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 11:30am - 8:00pm

Come make a fun Valentine-themed craft!

Tuesday, February 9, 2016 - 6:30pm - 7:30pm
2nd Tuesday of the Month at 6:30p

Students K-5th join us for a fun monthly craft activity. Crafts range from painting to embroidery to pinterest-inspired projects!  

Please view the attached file for a brief history on our library's future home, the Eagle Mill.