Join us for a unique Card Stamping experience hosted by Angela July. Participants will complete two simple card stamping projects. This event is free, but space is limited. Call 715-325-8990 by May 17th to reserve your space.
This is the beginning of an exciting series of activities the library has planned.
Coming in June is "Movie and a Massage!" You don't want to miss this event. Learn how to give and receive a massage then enjoy the company of ladies through the filming of the 1939 version of "The Women."
Owls are intriguing birds of prey because they are mostly active at night. Being nocturnal birds most people do not get an opportunity to see them. Join Pam Resech, Senior-Natural Resources Educator form the George W. Mead Wildlife Area give a brief introduction about their unique adaptations, the group will get to see a live Eastern Screech Owl and some mounts of other species of owls that live in Wisconsin and ask questions.
TeensRead is a summer reading program designed for students ages 13 and older. The first program allows the students to pick and choose what activities they would like to do as a group. Reading is a big part of the program so be prepared to keep track of your reading.
Summer of 2012 activities include: teen chef night, planning night with pizza, Movie Night, "Wrath of the Titans," book club discussions and awards for the top reader.
Come enjoy the fun, on Thursday evenings from June 27 through July 25th (with the exception of July 4).
The Bassmeister is a fun and energetic guy who brings the excitement of fishing into the lives of children. His shows are both entertaining and educational, and are chock full of fast-paced ventriloquism, comedy, audience participation, visual props, and puppets.
Summer Reading Program begins at 2 pm. at the Rome Town Hall. Students and their families will enjoy games, crafts, contests and a performer each week through July 30th.