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Own a Piece of Library History!
This spring, the picture books will move into new shelving and be re-organized by topic, or "neighborhood." It will be easier than ever to find the perfect book to check out.
If you would like to own a piece of Library history by purchasing one of the "retiring" picture book bins, please contact Circulation Supervisor, Kelsey Butterfield, at email@example.com or (262) 569-2193, ext. 202. Suggested donation is $20 per bin. Please reserve your bin today for pickup later in spring.
16 bin/cubby unit
50"W x 24"D x 25"H
8 bin/cubby unit
28"W x 31"D x 26-1/2"H
New things are popping up at the Library! Stop by, grab a book, and hang out in our new sun bubble purchased with a grant from the Oconomowoc Area Foundation.
Explore the animal kingdom this summer with programs, prize drawings, and more! Open to kids, teens, and adults.
Friends Book Sale
Friday, May 14
Saturday, May 15 9 am–4 pm
Sunday, May 16 1-4 pm $2 Bag Sale
Masks are strongly encouraged. To assist with social distancing, the number of shoppers in the saleroom at one time may be limited.
Farmers Market Parking
The Farmer's Market will start on May 1, right behind the Library. Please note that parking at the Library may be limited on Saturdays while the Farmers Market is in session.
Finding it hard to earn volunteer hours during a pandemic? Join TAB! Earn an hour of volunteering just by chatting with other teens and Ms. Caitlin about Library services and events for ages 12-18. Registration is required to receive Zoom link by email.
Stress S.O.S. Care Kit Monday, May 17 Feeling a little out of control right now? Come claim a Stress S.O.S. Care Kit! Each kit is filled with activities, crafts, resources, and items to help you manage stress and anxiety. Available while supplies last.
Explore Wisconsin Foodie with Luke Zahm Thursday, May 6 • 6:30-7:30 pm Join Wisconsin Foodie producer/host and James Beard-nominated Chef Luke Zahm for a conversation about food and all things Wisconsin. Registration is required to receive Zoom link by email. Hosted by Pauline Haass, Alice Baker Memorial, Dwight Foster, Jefferson, Muskego, Mukwonago, New Berlin, Oconomowoc and Watertown public libraries.
Thriller Book Club Tuesday, May 11 • 6-7 pm Join us as we discuss a new thriller each month. Registration required to receive Zoom link by email. This month's book: Those Who Wish Me Dead by Michael Koryta.
Game Night Friday, May 14• 5:30-7 pm Join us for a night of online gaming fun! Registration required to receive Zoom link by email.
Take & Make Crafts Monday, May 17 Visit the Reference Desk to take home a craft! Adults only please. Available while supplies last.