Join us on Friday, June 30th from 10:30am-11:30am on the library lawn to see and pet a variety of animals provided by Wilson's Wish and the Ebert family!
Food For Fines (Month of June)
Our Summer Reading Theme this year is "All Together Now". With our theme in mind we want to help our community by running a non-perishable food drive. Items can be brought in June 1st to June 30th. All items will be donated to the Kewaunee County Food Panty here in town. *You are able to waive up to $25 per account, billed and damaged items are ineligible.
4th of July Fun (Kit)
Available starting June 30th at 10 AM
The 4th of July is coming! Do you have everything you need to celebrate? This kit will be available on June 30th starting at 10 AM. It will include some activities, recipes, and supplies to help your 4th of July really shine!
Drop In Yard Games
Drop in on the library lawn to try your luck at our giant yard games on Wednesday, June 28th between 12 - 2 pm. Bring your family!
Want to learn how to make your own bracelets? Stop by the library on Wednesday, June 21st between 1 and 2:30 pm to learn how with Librarian Katie. Open to kids 10 and up (adults too).
Tuesday, June 20th from 1pm - 2pm at the Algoma Elementary School Gym is your chance to come out and meet some dinosaurs!
Dinosaur Dimensions brings out a show of Jurassic proportions as the crowd will get to witness realistic animatronic puppet dinosaurs in a themed 40-45 minute show that gets the kids involved! Different dinosaur species will be presented - each with different features and facts. The dinosaurs are all nice, even though a few of them might seem scary to the smaller kids. Following the program, families will get the chance to come up and meet/greet one of the dinosaurs up close and personal.
This program is free and open to all at the Algoma Elementary School Gym. For more information, call the Library at 920-487-2295.
Bookworms Book Club
This summer our summer reading program is "All Together Now" and with this in mind and our tradition of reading YA Novels, our first novel is The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna will be on Tuesday, June 20th at 1 pm. Available as a regular print, ebook /eaudiobook on Libby.
Monday, June 19th at 10 AM
Juneteenth is a holiday celebrated on June 19 to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people in the US. The holiday was first celebrated in Texas, where on that date in 1865, in the aftermath of the Civil War, enslaved people were declared free under the terms of the 1862 Emancipation Proclamation. This educational kit revolving around learning about the importance of Juneteenth will be available for pick-up starting June 19th at 10 AM. Supplies will be limited. This kit is geared towards late elementary schoolers to early high schoolers.
Sidewalk Art Week
This week (June 12th -16th) we are celebrating kindness. Stop by to borrow our chalk to write or draw what you think kindness means. This is a family friendly event.
Self-Care Bath Bombs
Come to the library on Thursday, June 15th at 1 pm to create your own bath bombs. While supplies last. This program is for adults.
Memory Cafés are geared for individuals experiencing early stage Dementia, mild memory loss or cognitive impairment, and family and friends of those affected. It’s a great opportunity for lively discussions, information gathering, refreshments, camaraderie, and lots of creative fun! Each month we do a different activity, this month is National Diary Month. Join us on Wednesday, June 14th at 10 am.
We have a Dementia Specialist professional on hand to answer questions and an enormous wealth of experience among participants to be shared. We’d be delighted if you would join us! Call Ariel at 920-683-4180 for information.
Touch A Truck
Come meet your everyday hometown heroes on Tuesday, June 13th from 11 am to 1 pm in the Library parking lot. Our local departments including firefighters, paramedics, police officers, public works and utilities will be here to show off their cars and trucks!
Drop-in Fidget Makerspace
Monday, June 12th from 1 PM to 4 PM
Do you enjoy doing something with your hands while you work or study? Stop by the library on June 12th, from 1 PM to 4 PM to take part in our Fidget Toy Makerspace.
Supplies are limited.
Self-Care Sugar Scrubs
Come learn how to make sugar scrubs at the library on Friday, June 9th between 1:30 and 3 pm. This program is geared for adults. While supplies last.
Books & Brews Book Club
Join us to discuss your latest reads on Thursday, June 8th at 5:30 pm. We will be meeting at Ahnapee Brewery (202 Clark St, Algoma) For information on how to participate, please email the library (firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bee Hotel (Kit)
Available starting Wednesday, June 7th at 10 AM
Bees are hard working members of our food chain. If you and your family would like to support our local bees, stop by the library on June 7th, starting at 10 AM, to pick up a Bee Hotel Kit. This will include most of the supplies you need to create a small bee hotel you can put in your backyard.
Supplies are limited.
Summer Reading Kick-Off
Get tips on how to keep your brain engaged with the internet on Saturday, June 3rd at 10:30 am!
Learn how you can use the internet to keep your brain healthy. We’ll give tips on activities you can do online to learn new things, stay socially engaged, keep active, minimize stress, and more. Call us at (920) 940-0158 with your questions or to get help signing up!
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Tuesdays at 10:00 AM
1000 Books Before Kindergarten
A free program for 0 to 5-year-olds. It encourages parents and caregivers to read 1000 books with children before he or she enters kindergarten.
Books & Brews
2nd Thursday at 5:30 pm
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Digital Escape Rooms
Track Down that Turkey!
No Jaws About It
A Magical, Mythical Mystery (TEEN/ADULT)
Tail Wagger's R Us
Halloween's Been Hijacked!
A Poetic Promenade