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Culver’s Restaurants Celebrate Reading During National Library Week “Communities Thrive @ your library”

Culver’s® restaurants and the Wisconsin Library Association Foundation are teaming up once again to kick-off the “COMMUNITIES THRIVE @ your library” drawing campaign. This is the fourteenth straight year local Culver’s restaurants in Wisconsin have sponsored this event, which encourages children to read and celebrate their favorite book characters.


During the month of April, children ages 11 and under can enter by picking up drawing sheets at the library. Children are encouraged to draw a book character that they would like to meet. When children return their coloring sheets to they will receive a “Be Our Guest” certificate for a free single scoop of frozen custard from participating Culver’s. They will also be entered into a random drawing to win an additional prize of a free Team Scoopie Kids Meal certificate. Drawings will be displayed at the library throughout the month of April.

Spring Storytimes

2012   Spring Storytimes
Wednedsdays March 28 - May 9

Bouncing Babies!

Ages 6 months to 2  yrs
Wednesdays @ 9:15 a.m.
No Registration

Enjoy 15 to 20 minutes of rhymes, lap bounces, songs, and simple stories to promote language learning in the very earliest stages of life.

Peppy Preschoolers!

Ages 2 & up
Wednesdays @ 10:15 a.m.
No Registration

Through books, songs and other activities, storytime is designed to develop children's pre-literacy skills, as well as a love of language.

Delighting in Displays!

The library's display cabinet has hosted a wonderful array of collections in 2011!

From baseballs to cameras, from preschool artwork to honoring our veterans, the case has served as a physical place to see and learn about the diverse interests of our local population.

Join this illustrious bunch!

Many thanks to our 2011 displayers who included: Grace Preschool, Myron Tews, Rich Hopfensperger, Sheryl Block-Krause, Mariel Brown, the VFW, and Dennis Selchow.

The 2012 calendar is open for reservations.

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