September 17th Newspaper Column

New and interesting books and DVDs continue to flood in to the library this week. We have new offerings by favorite authors for both kids and grownups, and complete seasons of television shows just in time to catch you up with the action as series make their fall premieres. So many choices! It’s enough to make a librarian giddy  :-)

No Newspaper Column This Week

I am just the worst at remembering early deadlines, and missed getting a column off to the newspaper this week. Drat. I want you to know about the Thursday Morning Conversations we have coming up for the rest of September.

Tomorrow morning, September 10, we welcome Green Lake School District Administrator Ken Bates. If you have any questions about the school, plans for the year, how the IB program is going, new teachers, etc., here's an opportunity to hear it straight from teh man in charge. 

September 3rd Newspaper Column

Calling all coffee lovers! If you haven’t made it to one or more of our Thursday Morning Conversations this summer, you’re really missing out. Terrific coffee courtesy of Sassafras (thanks Carrie!), a variety of donuts and other nibbles, and lively conversation centering on a different topic each week. Today (Thursday, September 3) our guest is Green Lake Rotary President Mark Shipman. Later in the month we’ll hear from school superintendent Ken Bates, organic farmer extraordinaire  Danielle Boerson, and city Public Works Director Glen McCarty. Please make plans to join us.


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