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MARINETTE: Summer Schedule

It’s here! Our May through August schedule of programs is available now. You can pick up your paper copy in the library or download it here. (It’s in an  8″ x14″ format).

 

Summer 2018 Program Guide 8×14 (1)

 

May will feature our regular school year offerings of Preschool Story Time, Itsy Bitsy Story Time, Lego night,    Genealogy, and Wednesday Afternoon Book Club.

 

 

 

This summer we will be offering some favorites and some new options for all ages. Our theme is “Libraries Rock” and we will start off with a “Summer Blast Off” Party where you can register and have some fun (hopefully the weather will cooperate). We will even have an option for kids attending the Marinette City Supervised Playgrounds.  Check the  event listings in the newspaper and on Facebook throughout the summer for themes and details.

All programs/events are free and open to the public.

 

 

 


Manure & Water Quality in Marinette County discussion @ Wausaukee on April 27 @ 10AM 4PM

PLEASE NOTE DATE AND TIME CHANGE!

Manure is well known as one of nature’s most perfect fertilizers and is an essential component of all livestock farms. However, there are potential drawbacks to using manure in certain situations.  Scott Reuss, UW-Extension Horticulture and Agriculture Agent for Marinette and Oconto counties, will present a discussion about this very topic at the Wausaukee Public Library on Friday, April 27th @ 10AM.  This event is free and no registration is necessary.  Information and handouts will available to all attendees.  For more information call Scott @ 715-732-7510 or the library @ 715-856-5995.



Manure and Water Quality in Marinette County discussion at Crivitz Library

Manure & Water Quality

in Marinette County

 

APRIL 11TH – 1:00 PM

“Scott Reuss will be discussing

manure generation in the county, the legalities/logistics of manure management, manure storage ordinance

and

why it is in place, past effects and current situation of manure based environmental issues and risks in the county, human manure (septage and sewage) and how it relates to this issue.”


April storytime schedule at Crivitz Library

 

CRIVITZ LIBRARY STORY TIME

APRIL

THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH – 10:00 AM & NOON

FEATURED READER:   MISS LARA FROM STEPHENSON LIBRARY

THURSDAY, APRIL 12TH – 10:00 AM & NOON

CATERPILLAR STORIES AND CRAFT

THURSDAY, APRIL 19TH – 10:00 AM & NOON

DINOSAURS!!!!!

THURSDAY, APRIL 26TH – 10:00 AM & NOON

BUGS – LET’S MAKE BUG JARS


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


Crivitz March Storytime

CRIVITZ LIBRARY STORYTIME

MARCH

 

Thursday, March 1st

 10:00 am and NOON

Dr. Seuss stories/theme

Thursday, March 8th  

10:00 am and NOON

Pete the Cat stories and fun

Thursday, March 15th

10:00 am ONLY

St Patrick’s Stories

and a craft or game

Thursday, March 22ND  

10:00 am and NOON

Lets play with play doh!

Thursday, March 29TH  

10:00 am and NOON

Easter stories – Easter Egg Hunt and games




Marinette: Boredom Busters

Boredom Busters!

The Stephenson Public Library will be offering drop-in programs on the following dates when Marinette Public Schools have Early-Release or Spring Break:

 

February 12: 1-3 p.m.  (ages 6-18)

*Make glitter slime

*Make an animated version of your name in Scratch code or your own Star Wars galaxy

in Blockly or Java

*Try our Meeperbots (LEGOs+coding)

* Play games including Bears vs. Babies, Jenga, and others, bring one of your own and

start a tourney

 

March 5th: 1-3:00 p.m.  (ages 6-18)

*Make chalkboard slime

*Create your own Google logo or create a game in Pirate Plunder

*Try our Meeperbots (LEGOs+coding)

* Play games including Bears vs. Babies, Jenga, and others, bring one of your own and

start a tourney

 

March 8th: 1-3:00 p.m.  (ages 6-18)

*Fort Building: bring sheets and/or blankets from home to create a fort in the library

*Read-a-Thon: Find a cozy spot in your fort or around the library to enjoy some relaxed

reading time.

*Snacks: Enjoy some snacks provided by the Friends of the library

*Prizes: awards for various fort building and reading categories

 

March 7th: 5-7:00 p.m. LEGO Fest  (all ages)

A wide variety of LEGO activities including a hands-on Meeper-Bot demonstration, mazes, building challenges, and more!

 

March 9th: 1-3:00 p.m. TEEN SCENE (ages 12 and up)

*Escape Room

*Retro Video Games

*Board/Card Games including Bears vs. Babies (from the makers of Exploding Kittens)

*Snacks: Enjoy some snacks provided by the Friends of the library

 

April 16th: 1-3:00 p.m. (ages 6-18)

*Make thermochromic (color changing) slime

*Try a variety of coding opportunities including Ozobots

*Play retro video games, board, and card games

 

All programs are free to the public.  Children under 12 need to have an adult caregiver/parent present at the library.  For up to date information and changes, please refer to our Facebook page @ Stephenson Public Library


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