We have a full slate of programs coming up, so I'm going to jump right in.
We have a fun, science-y family program lined up for you this weekend. Wisconsin’s Frog Guy, Randy Korb, will be at the library on Saturday, June 16th, for a 1:30 p.m. presentation. And yes, he will have some little hopping critters along. Since Saturday is also the Summer Solstice celebration and the day of a young angler fishing tournament, we hope you will plan to spend the day in Green Lake. Refreshments will be provided (once again) by the Friends (think gummy frogs…)
Signs of summer are popping up everywhere at the library! From the increased number of visits (the kids are out of school, the ABA volunteers are back, and our summer folks are beginning to come in) to artsy indicators like the Green Lake Festival of Music to the roses blooming out front it’s pretty clear we’re in summer mode no matter what the official calendar says.
Calling all history buffs! This afternoon, May 24th, Bill Jamerson is visiting the library to present “The Dollar-a-Day Boys.” Bill’s program is a music and story-filled celebration of the young men who worked in the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression. We will have treats of the era, too! Bill’s program is made possible by the Friends of the Library.
The last of our library kids is graduating from high school this Sunday. Congratulations and best wishes to Annelise!