Some of us are finding it hard to believe, but this summer the library is celebrating its 20th anniversary of being on Hill Street. We were still pretty new to the area when my three year old son joined the book parade moving items two blocks from the former building to the library’s new, wonderful home. We’re planning a celebration for Sunday afternoon, August 3, so please mark your calendars. Details to follow.
WIS 23 reconstruction Green Lake to Ripon(*updated*)
NEW***Crews plan to begin stage two of construction (County A to WIS 49, including the Puchyan River bridge) will begin on July 28. This stage and will run concurrent with stage one (WIS 49 to Arcade Glen) until August 15.
Happy Independence Day! The library is closed on July 4th (I’ll look for you downtown!), but open as usual on Saturday and Sunday. Hope you have lots of fun at the parade and fireworks and however else you celebrate.
Do you like to talk about books? The library’s Constant Reader Book Club next meets on Tuesday afternoon, July 8th at 3:30 to discuss The Paris Wife by Paula McLain. Copies are still available at the checkout desk. New members are always welcome.