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Black History trivia
1-2:30 pm Sat Feb 29: Teens in grades 6-12. Test your knowledge. With snacks and prizes for the winning team.
Playtime Pals
10-10:45 am every Monday. It’s cold outside. Meet for cozy indoor playtime fun. Free. No registration
Lego Nights
6-7:30 pm Tue Mar 10. Kids in grades K-8 and their families. With regular Legos and Duplos. No registration.
Teen Photo Contest
Deadline Apr 1, 2020. Submit up to 3 photos (1 per category). Best in Show wins $250 gift card. Grades 6-12. More info: 920-322-3940.

You'll learn a lot at the Ebony Vision's outstanding display in the library lobby.

6 pm Thu Mar 12: Learn about FoodShare & how to avoid common problems

American history series 6 pm Wednesdays through Mar 25

2 pm & 6 pm Thu Mar 19: Music, songs, photos, history and refreshments

Relax, explore, enjoy 6 pm every 3rd Wednesday: free, no registration

6-part free series that celebrates Mother Earth. Click image for details.

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Thu, March 19thSongs, music celebrate women’s suffrage Mar 19

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote. Wisconsin was one of the first three states, along with Michigan and Illinois, to ratify the amendment, just six days after Congress passed ...

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Sat, March 14thMeet historical romance novelist Mar 14

Wisconsin author Lor E. Lynn will sell and sign copies of her three The Home Office Lords series of historical romance books at Chapter 52 Bookstore, 52 Sheboygan St., 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 14. The event is free; no registration required.

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Thu, March 12thFind out about FoodShare Mar 12

Attorney Liz Groeschel from Legal Action of Wisconsin, Inc., will talk about FoodShare, which helps people with limited income buy the food they need for good health, at the 6 p.m. Thursday, March 12, Community Chat program at the Fond du Lac Publ...

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Mon, March 9thRural, working-class America in spotlight Mar 9

Powerful Topics Reading Club, 6 pm Mon Mar 9 will talk about three pieces that examine rural and working-class America:

  1. Podcast “Can Rural America Be Saved?” by Pitchfork Economics
  2. Article: “Who Killed the Knapp Family?” by New York Tim...
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Mon, March 9thCraft Supply Swap Mar 23; donations start Mar 9

Craft Supply Swap:

  • Early Bird Donations, March 9-20. Drop off new and gently used craft supplies – of all sorts – and receive your Early Bird ticket for the March 23 Craft Supplies Swap. Early Bird ticketholders will be admitted at 4:30 p.m. ...
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Tax forms are here
Downtown Main Library has a select list of Wisconsin and federal tax forms for free. Click the image above for list of available forms.
Kids' book author
10 am-noon Sat Feb 29: FDL born and raised author Jaime Hardgrove will sell and sign copies of 'JJ Goes to the Northwoods'
Craft Supply Swap
Donate Mar 9-20 & get Early Bird access. Swap on Mon Mar 23.
Power Vegetables
6 pm Thu Mar 24: Read, talk taste. Sign up for What's Cooking Cookbook Club.

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