Jun 232017

brown-bag-lunch-sandwichAll children under 18 are invited to lunch at the library
every Monday from 11:30-12:30. The lunch is provided, free!
It’s part of the G-E-T Community Summer Lunch Program.
Would you like to volunteer to help out?
Call the library, and we can get you in touch with Barb Longwell.
The complete schedule for all three communities
is available at the school district website,
in the announcements section.
There is a link to the school district website in the
left sidebar of this website.
Look under Community Resources to find it.

 Posted by at 9:58 am
Jun 212017

Kickoff June 20We had a great kickoff for Summer Library Program!
At our 2:30 event, there were 55 children,
and at our 6:30 event, there were 15 children.
Wow! What a great start!
If you want to join in, stop by the library any time
to get your book bag and other materials to get started
with the reading program, Build a Better World.

 Posted by at 5:42 pm
Jun 162017
 Build your own sundaeBUILD A BETTER SUNDAE
Tuesday, June 20th at 2:30 or 6:30. (Come to only one of them.)
Get started on your summer reading right away!
Get a book bag, reading log, and other cool stuff.
Learn all about our summer program,
and then build your own sundae!
(And eat it.)
Remember that the free lunch program
starts on Monday, June 19th, 11:30-12:30.
For everyone under 18 years old,
every Monday this summer!
 Posted by at 1:00 pm
Jun 142017

Mental Health awareness graphicDon’t forget our Suicide Prevention Program Thursday night at 7pm!
That’s June 15th at the library, in the Community Room.
Our guest speaker is Laura Englesby,
Certified Advanced Practice Social Worker and
Director of Community Programs at the
Trempealeau County Health Care Center.

 Posted by at 5:30 pm
Jun 122017

The last day of school (a half day) is Tuesday, June 13th!
The next evening, the 14th, the Friends of the Galesville Public Library will be
decorating our library for the Summer Library Program, “Build a Better World”.
There will be lots of cool building toys to use, too. Come and see!

 Posted by at 10:03 am