Blast off into fun by joining A Universe of Stories! summer reading program for children, teens, and adults at the Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library. Earn weekly prizes plus entries into the grand prize drawing when you read.
Registration begins on Monday, June 3. Please visit the library to register and pick up your reading log. The program runs Monday, June 10 to Saturday, August 3. Free family concerts will be offered every Wednesday along with other engaging programs for all ages. More details can be found under the calendar tab.
Children who read in the summer enter school in the fall ready to learn and succeed. Make the library your place for reading and learning fun. Read long and prosper – it’s the logical thing to do.
Join author Bill Stokes as he discusses the local prisoner-of-war camp and what it meant to people in the area. Bill will also talk about the 50 years of research and writing he did on POW camps, which he used as background information for his recently published novel, Margaret’s War. A discussion of the local POW camp will follow a brief reading from the book.
Join The Afternoon Book Club on the second Thursday of each month at 1:00 pm at the Kimberly Public Library to discuss a variety of fiction and non-fiction selections. All are welcome! September's title is Charleston by John Jakes.
If you need a copy of the book, visit the front desk at either library location or place the title on hold at infosoup.org to get a copy before the discussion.
This talk is part of the 2019 Wisconsin Science Festival.
Make Renewable Energy Safer will be presented by Steenbock Professor by Robert Hamers.
This talk highlights the rapid expansion of lithium ion batteries and mobile electronics, and describe how Silatronix, a UW-Madison spin-off company, is meeting the challenge of improving both the performance and safety of lithium-ion batteries.