- Winter Clothing Drive
- McFarland Caring Quilts Project
- Winter Storytimes
- Mobile Device Workshops
- Family History Preservation
- Reading Recommendations
McFarland Caring Quilts
The library is partnering with McFarland Senior Outreach in a community craft project to engage adults in collaborative crafting to create beautiful, functional textiles for community members in need.
We are seeking material donations and volunteers with sewing and quilting experience who would be willing to help guide and support the project.
The library will be closed on Monday, January 15th in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Please visit our website to access your account, place holds, and explore our online resources, including digital books, audiobooks, magazines and more: mcfarlandlibrary.org
Storytime Zoom Options
Not feeling well? Icy roads? This winter/spring we are offering Zoom options for Toddler Monday Storytime, Zumbini, Little Bodies Big Feelings, and PJ Storytime.
To attend these programs virtually, email email@example.com by 9:00 am the day of the program you wish to attend. For PJ Storytime, please email by 5:30 pm the day of the program.
Teen programming is currently paused.
Snack & Chat will resume Mondays 3:30 - 4:45 PM starting January 22nd.
Stay tuned to our website & social media for further updates!
Technology Workshops: Android & iOS Device Basics
Android Basics: Friday, January 5th 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
iOS Basics: Saturday, January 6th 2:00 - 3:30 PM
Learn the basics about your mobile device with these FREE workshops. Topics include navigating your device, common apps, helpful accessibility & privacy settings, and tips & tricks for safety and security. All attendees will leave with new library swag and be entered to win door prizes ranging from gift cards to tablets.
This workshop is sponsored by the Public Library Association, AT&T, and DigitalLearn.org.
Your Family History: Audio, Video, and Digital
Wednesday, January 10th 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Dorothea Salo from UW-Madison will lend us her expertise in ensuring your family’s A/V and digital history doesn’t disappear in a pile of dust or a cloud of pixels! The presentation will be live-streamed and recorded for later viewing.
This program is presented by Badger Talks as part of the Wisconsin Science Festival.
Adult Book Clubs
New members always welcome! Copies of each month's selection available to check out at the library.
Wednesday, January 3rd
Wednesday, January 10th
Join us in honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy through film with the Kanopy MLK Day Collection. These documentaries remind us that change is possible when we stand united.
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