Join us the fourth Thursday of each month for some adventure on the Library’s own Minecraft server! Work together or on your own creations. For 3rd grade and up. Registration required. Meets in Tween/Teen Computer Lab.
Teens in grades five and up can join us for pizza while working on prose or creative writing. Each session will focus on a different topic and pizza will be provided to participants. Meets in the Board Room.
Even though they are often feared, bats are an important part of the ecosystem. This program will focus on the benefits of bats, what threats they face, and what we can do to help bats. A story and an educational activity will be followed by a hike around 1000 Islands* to look for bats in the wild. Please be prepared for hiking in the dark. This program is best suited for youth in grades two and up. Program held at 1,000 Islands Environmental Center.
Teens, come and make your own frankenstuffy by taking apart stuffed animals and sewing together the pieces you choose into a scary or cute creature. This program is intended for teens only please. Meets in the Conference Room.
Read on Wisconsin began as a book club by Wisconsin First Lady, Jessica Doyle, in 2004. In 2011, the Children’s Cooperative Book Center, at UW-Madison, took over administering the program. Read On Wisconsin has been about connecting kids and teens with terrific books, and encouraging them to think and to talk about what they are reading, or what is being read to them.
Read the selected 2016-2017 books for your age level, answer the question for each book that you read and redeem your sheet to receive a prize for each book you share/read! Read the designated amount for your level and earn a free book! Redemption begins on September 1st and runs through December 30th. You must have your sheet with you to collect prizes. You do not have to stay in your age category and can do multiple sheets if you so choose. Reading sheets are available in the youth room or click on this story and below you will see copies of each level to print.