September 25 at 1 PM
October 12 at 10 AM
Did you read Judy Blume’s books when you were a child or teenager? For this book discussion lead by Librarian Mariel, please (re)read some of her books for youth and teens, including Blubber, Iggie’s House, Forever, and Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. Among other topics, we will talk about how these books impacted our youth and what impact (if any) they have on us as adults.
Genealogist Randy Ray will be at the Stephenson Public Library on September 21 to do two presentations.
September 21 at 10 AM: Family Tree Maker. In this presentation, Mr. Ray will show how to use the Family Tree Maker software program and how it connects with Ancestry and Family Search.
September 21 at 1 PM: Find-a-Grave. In this presentation, Mr. Ray will show how to use the Find-a-Grave website, including how to start an account, add photos, and edit entries. In addition, Mr. Ray will explain how to clean a headstone to get a good quality picture without damaging the stone.
Local Genealogists get together at the Stephenson Public Library to learn from one another about resources and research techniques. Genealogists of all experience levels are invited to participate.
October 28 at 6 PM
At this session, Librarian Mariel will talk about genealogy and local history books recently added to the library’s collection. We will also take time to talk about family names each genealogist is researching to find overlapping family trees.
This event if free and open to the public. Contact Mariel for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-732-7570).
Utilize the brochure to plan your fall!
We are offering classic programs such as early literacy story times, book clubs, our annual Open House, Lego Club, genealogy groups, and Paws & Tales.
New events for all ages including evening story times, an author visit with Ann Dallman, and T-Rex Tea Party, a practice ACT test for teens, and so much more!
Check out the downloadable copy here. Feel free to check out our Facebook event postings as well via “Stephenson Public Library”.