We had so much fun at Fermentation Fest last Saturday that it may turn into an annual event. If you didn’t make it but are interested in learning how to ferment your own foods and beverages, we have a number of books that can help. And contact information for our local enthusiasts to share. Watch for the next one in October 2018.
Looking for library programs happening a bit sooner? I can help you out there, too.
This month and next the library is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the United States entry into World War I. Our Constant Reader Book Club gets things started with a discussion of Helen Simonson’s novel The Summer Before the War on Tuesday, October 10 at 3:30 p.m. Later this month we will have items from the Wisconsin Veteran’s Museum on display, and a film and lecture series on various aspects of WWI begins on Thursday, October 26. Watch the library website at www.greenlakelibrary.org for updates.
And finally, a heads-up about a program we’re offering next Thursday, the 12th. DNR pilot Bev Paulan is coming back to the library, this time to talk about Wisconsin’s wolf population. Her program, “Wolves in Wisconsin: Separating Fact from Fiction” will bring us up-to-date on these top predators. Bev’s program will begin at 6:30 p.m.