Aug 262015
 

8-25-15 1 Paws 4 IndependenceWe ended up with 4 dogs and 4 people representing Paws 4 Independence.
Libby and her owner joined us, and Jan’s son, Nicholas.
It was a cool program, and those dogs got LOTS of petting!
We also enjoyed cookies that looked like dog biscuits from our friend, Michele.

 Posted by at 3:30 pm
Aug 202015
 

Something rich and strange

Book Club’s selection for Monday,September 14th at 7:00 P.M. is
Something Rich and Strange by Ron Rash.
Come and join us.
For those unfamiliar with the beautiful and searing short stories of Ron Rash,
Something Rich and Strange is a generous, well-timed introduction.

Rash’s stories tell in crisp, gripping prose the emotional travails of life on the
Appalachian outback from Civil War days through the Great Depression,
the Vietnam War and encroaching modern urban plagues.

 Posted by at 3:24 pm
Aug 172015
 

Kohl, Marcie, and KatieSpread the word, the dog heroes are coming!
On Tuesday, August 25th @ 7pm, everyone is welcome to meet Kohl, Marcie (human), and Katie from Paws 4 Independence. This is a service dogs program, and Marcie Jenson will tell us all about it. Galesville’s own Jan Herold and her service dog, Eli, will also be joining us!
This is part of our Summer Library Program finale party.
At 6:30 pm, children who have recorded at least 1 hour on their reading logs should come for recognition and refreshments. Be sure to bring your reading log(s) with you!
Following that, at 7:00 pm, we’ll open the program up to the public
for the service dogs presentation.  See you there!

 Posted by at 11:33 am
Aug 102015
 

acs birthdaysOur library has just received word that the American Cancer Society is in need of additional volunteers for their patient programs like Road to Recovery, Reach to Recovery, and Look Good Feel Better.  Please share this need with others in the community that may be interested!
Call 1-800-227-2345, or visit their website at www.cancer.org.

 Posted by at 11:54 am
Aug 032015
 

7-29-15 7Picnic goers at our Hometown Heroes Picnic visit with police, firefighters, and first responders after a meal provided by the library and Friends.  It was really cool.

 Posted by at 12:36 pm