Wausaukee Library Archives - Marinette County Consolidated Libraries

Long-term Wellness Program @ Wausaukee Library

Wednesday, Feb. 20 @ 4PM Brenda from Crivitz Youth Inc. Community Center will present a program on Goal Setting for Long-term Wellness.  Join Brenda to learn how to get active, eat healthier and set and achieve smart goals for long-term wellness.  There is no registration for this event.  Please call the library for more information at 715-856-5995.  Come and get active and healthier!

Storytime Schedule for Wausaukee Library

Storytime Dates and Themes      Spring 2018 Wausaukee Library  

All ages welcome

Wednesday mornings @ 10:30AM                      


Feb. 14                     Valentine’s Day

Feb. 21                     Royalty

Feb. 28                     Monkeys

Mar. 7                      Space Ships

Mar. 14                     Lions

Mar. 21                     Sunshine

Mar. 28                    OFF

Apr. 4                       Miss Lara from Marinette

Apr. 11                      Food

Apr. 18                     Trains

Apr. 25                     Pigs

May 2                       Butterflies

May 9                       Lilies

May 16                     Summertime Fun

Help with downloading ebooks and audiobooks on your tablet @ Wausaukee

Come to the Wausaukee Library on Wed., Feb. 14 to get assistance with downloading ebooks and audiobooks and even movies on your electronic device.  Mariel will be here to provide one-on-one help support regardless of what type of device you have.  She will show you how to maneuver the Wisconsin Digital Library website to find the books and movies you want.  Please call the library to sign up for your own personal class.  715-856-5995

Marinette County Libraries: Collecting Valentines for Veterans

Show your appreciation for the service of our Veterans by making Valentine’s Day cards and dropping them off at your local Marinette County public library by February 5, 2018. The cards will be sent to the VA Hospital in Iron Mountain and given to local Veterans in time for Valentine’s Day. Please help us show our Veterans that we are grateful for their sacrifices and remember their service to our country.

Book club to meet on Monday, Feb. 26th

The phenomenal true story of the black female mathematicians at NASA at the leading edge of the feminist and civil rights movement, whose calculations helped fuel some of America’s greatest achievements in space-a powerful, revelatory contribution that is as essential to our understanding of race, discrimination, and achievement in modern America as Between the World and Me and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.

Join us on Monday, Feb. 26th @ 4PM to discuss this interesting novel.  If you need a copy of the book, please call the library @ 715-856-5995.

4th-6th Grade Book Club continues on Feb. 12th

From the moment Jessica arrives, life is never quite the same for Tom and his seventh-grade classmates. They learn that Jessica has been in a fire and was badly burned, and will be attending St. Catherine’s will receiving medical treatments. Despite her appearance and the fear she evokes in him and most of the class, Tom slowly develops a tentative friendship with Jessica that changes his life.

On Monday, Feb. 12th @ 3:45PM we will be discussing Firegirl by Tony Abbott.  Of course, we also will have something fun to do and a snack to eat.  Please make sure to have your bus pass set up so the bus can drop you off at the library on that day.  If you need a book, we have some at the library.  See you on Monday, Feb. 12th!!

MARINETTE: Fall 2017 Events

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

Photo courtesy of Pixabay

Solar Eclipse Events: ALL BRANCHES

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 undamagedunscratched safety glasses.  Even a small scratch can result in eye damage.

Options for other safe observation can be found here: https://www.space.com/35555-total-solar-eclipse-safety-tips.html

Directions for building a pinhole viewer can be found here: https://www.space.com/15737-safely-sun-build-shoebox-pinhole-camera-video.html

Fun: For a solar game, check out “Solar Tricktionary” here: https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/solar-tricktionary/en/


MARINETTE: Summer Reading Club 2017 Celebration!


Summer Reading Club Finale and Story Time

Pete the Cat

    Story Time: Join us at the Stephenson Public Library in Marinette on Friday, August 11th at 10:00 a.m. for our Pete the Cat Story Time and SRC Celebration! This is part of the Kid’s Day in Marinette events.  We will read stories, move, grove, and meet Pete!  Participants are welcome to have their photo taken with Pete as well.

    Donations: We will also be presenting the Animal Shelter, St. Vincent dePaul food pantry, and the Fairy Godmother Project with their checks.  The money was earned by participants in the “Build a Better World” Summer Reading Club courtesy of a donation by our Friends of the Library group. We hope that this helps everyone feel that they can make a difference right here in our community.

If you would like to make an additional donation to any of these groups, you can bring them in on that day.  Attached are a list of suggestions provided by the groups: SVdP list.docx MAS shelter list Project Give Fairy Godmother List


        More Pete coming soon…. Schools also had the chance to earn a visit from Pete the Cat for their elementary school by earning the most points for their team by reading, creating, learning, and doing with the Summer Reading Club.


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