Rochelle Pennington is a Wisconsin author, storyteller, and columnist with national renown. In this gripping narrative, she will detail the survival story and factual accounting of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s epic 1914 travels aboard the ship Endurance with his crew.
This event is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by the Marinette County Consolidated Public Library Services and the Friends of the Niagara Public Library.
Nature isn’t a place you go, it’s where you live! Join us to explore the nature right here in Marinette County.
Want to get your family off the couch and out for a real life adventure? All ages are invited to Meet Miss Lara from the Stephenson Public Library and crew at Harmony Arboretum and/or Dave’s Falls to see what kind of plants and animals live right here in Marinette County. We will use the free SEEK app by iNaturalist that is designed for kids and families to use to identify local species, sort of like the musical Shazam app, but for nature. Events are free and open to all ages, but preregistration is needed.
Register for either event or both by calling the Stephenson Public Library at 715.732.7570.
It’s here!! We have our Fall 2017 Program Guide available for you. If you want to check it out before you come to the library or print one out at home, go for it. (Note that it is in an 8″ x 14″ format.) Happy planning. Please call the library or stop by if you have questions about programs. 715.732.7570
Free Glasses: We are so happy to share the news that our libraries will have free solar eclipse safety glasses to pass out! These will be available the DAY OF THE ECLIPSE. We are not distributing them early as we need to be sure to have enough on hand at our events. We look forward to seeing everyone on August 21st! Please check with your branch library to see what time their event will begin.
Time: The eclipse lasts for several hours, so we understand that you may want to finish your observation off site. That works! You will be able to take your glasses with you that day. The eclipse will begin at approximately 11:54 a.m. and end at 2:36 p.m.
Safety: For your safety, it is important to use undamaged, unscratched safety glasses. Even a small scratch can result in eye damage.
Great news! If you are looking for computers that are not online to take care of various word processing tasks, i.e. resumes, cvs, etc., you can use our off-line computers located on the second floor. They have recently been upgraded to Windows 10 and Microsoft Suite 16. You do not need to have a library card to use these. You can print from them for $.20/page. Plan to bring a flash/jump/thumb drive to save your documents, or purchase one at the front desk for $2/1Gig.
If you use Google Chrome, you can add an extension that will check the Infosoup database for books you may be considering purchasing on Amazon. One click will then take you to infosoup where you can put a hold on that book! Here’s where you can get more information…. https://www.libraryextension.com/
The Niagara Public Library will be closed on Friday, June 27th due to Niagara’s 100th Anniversary celebration. Normal hours will resume the following Monday, June 30th. Thanks! If you get the chance, come and celebrate with us!
Dave Halfmann, of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. will give an interesting and informative presentation on bats on Tuesday, June 17th at 7:00 p.m. at the Niagara Public Library. Dave will be talking about bats native to this area. Hear about a bat’s food habits, life history and interesting facts about these creatures. This is a great opportunity to come an learn and ask questions about bats. For more information, contact Bruce Darne at the Niagara Public Library at 715-251-3236.