We are proud to be displaying a collection of vintage Star Wars 1978-1985 from curator Jarrod Roll. The collection will be on display December 28 - February 28.
Invite some friends, share your favorite Star Wars pics and stories and get connected on our Facebook page.
Participate in our Winter Reading Program: May the Force Read with You! Find out more on our website or go to either of our library locations. We will also be hosting a party at the end of the reading program for all-ages. To learn more, go to our website and head over to the Facebook event and invite some friends and get some groovy costume ideas!
Based on the New York Times bestseller, WONDER tells the incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences who enters fifth grade, attending a mainstream elementary school for the first time. Free popcorn.
This free program (held the fourth Monday of each month from January thru October) will be held at our Little Chute location and does not require registration. As always, feel free to RSVP, invite friends and get connected, RSVP, invite some gardening buddies in the Facebook event.
Organic vegetable gardening is better for our health and the environment. This month a Master Gardener explains what organic gardening is and methods for avoiding chemicals, including the practice of no-till gardening. Don’t miss this chance to learn how to grow healthier produce and have your gardening questions answered by an expert.
Let’s get creative! We will be working together on a collaborative piece of art which will be proudly displayed at the Kimberly Library upon completion. All art supplies will be provided, get ready to collage!
Memory Cafes welcome those experiencing early stage dementia, mild memory loss or cognitive impairment as well as family and friends of those affected. It's a great opportunity for lively discussions, information gathering, refreshments, camaraderie and lots of creative fun! Please be aware that our policy is that for safety reasons, everyone needs to attend with at least 1 partner. A collaboration of the Fox Valley Memory Project, Village of Kimberly Parks and Recreation, and Kimberly LIttle Chute Library
Despite his family’s baffling generations-old ban on music, Miguel dreams of becoming an accomplished musician. Desperate to prove his talent, Miguel finds himself in the stunning and colorful Land of the Dead following a mysterious chain of events. Along the way, he meets charming trickster Hector, and together they set off on an extraordinary journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel's family history. Rated PG. Free popcorn. A Disney-Pixar movie.
Dress to the nines (or not!), walk the red carpet, enjoy themed activities, and watch the Oscars with your pals at the library! Registration is required by February 24th; interested individuals can call us or stop at the desk! Little Chute Library (920) 788-7825 or Kimberly Library (920) 788-7515
Want to connect with other patrons, invite friends, and share in the fun? Go over to the Facebook event!
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If you would like to find out about more events and fun happenings at both of our library locations, visit our calendar here, find us on Facebook page here, or our and most importantly, sign up for our fun event newsletter here.
Learn and practice yoga with the talented Jessica Haessly of Yoga Story bright and early, before the library officially opens for business. Start off your weekend right!
Stick around afterwards to read the paper, check out some movies for the weekend, relax with a coloring sheet or enjoy a cup of coffee all in the lovely atmosphere our Village of Little Chute Library provides.
Second Saturdays are all about casual convo, coffee, community, art making, music and more! Chat with a friend, enjoy a special art project or be your sweet introverted self by curling up with the newspaper or working on our community puzzles. Bring your own project or play with our supplies or specific projects we have available. There are plenty of things to do for all ages! No registration or fees are required for Second Saturdays.
Enjoy a free afternoon at the movies each month for a favorite classic film! This month's selection is Suspicion. Johnnie Aysgarth, a seemingly well-to-do playboy, meets and marries Lina McLaidlaw, an heiress-to-be. Initially smitten by Johnnie's charm, her suspicion is fueled by two aspects of Johnnie's character: Firstly, what does he do for a living? Secondly, why is he interested in untraceable poisons? Starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine. Refreshments will be provided. Brought to you in partnership with Little Chute Park & Rec.
Connect with your fellow movie goers in the Facebook event HERE.
Tech Tuesdays are a service the library provides for our seniors or others who want a little extra technology help. Appointments are available each month. Just call the library at 788-7515 to set up a time today.
Appointments will also be available at the Little Chute library on March 20th
Join The Book Sayers on the third Thursday of each month at 1:00 pm at the Kimberly Public Library to discuss a variety of fiction and non-fiction selections. This month's title will be available soon.
If you would like to find out about more events and fun happenings at both of our library locations, visit our calendar, find us on Facebook page, and of course, sign up for our fun event newsletter by clicking here.
Registration is required for this installment of Culinary Third Thursday! Although the March Third Thursday class is full (we had to limit to 14 people in order everyone got a chicken to take home as advertised), you are welcome to attend and watch, but will not be able to take home your own chicken to roast. Chef Megan loves teaching this important, basic (but a little scary for some of us) life skill, so watch for this same class potentially being done again soon. A great way to stay in the loop is by signing up for our email newsletter HERE.
Enter in Little Chute Library main entrance and follow sign to civic center wing's kitchen area.
Joseph Rein, a Kimberly High School graduate (class of 2001), will read from his new short story collection,Roads without Houses. He will also discuss his path to becoming a published fiction writer, screenwriter, and professor of creative writing.A book signing will follow.
If you would like to find out about more events and fun happenings at both of our library locations, visit our calendar here, find us on Facebook page here, and most importantly, sign up for our fun event newsletter here.
Tech Tuesdays are a service the library provides for our seniors or others who want a little extra technology help. Appointments are available each month. Just stop by the library or call at 788-7515 to set up a time today.
Appointments will also be available at the Kimberly Library on March 13th.
Join us for a relaxing afternoon at the movies! March's feature is Murder on the Orient Express. A lavish trip through Europe quickly unfolds into a race against time to solve a murder aboard a train. When an avalanche stops the Orient Express dead in its tracks, the world's greatest detective -- Hercule Poirot -- arrives to interrogate all passengers and search for clues before the killer can strike again. Rated PG-13.
Refreshments will be provided. Brought to you in partnership with the Kimberly Senior Citizens.
This free program (held the fourth Monday of each month from January thru October) will be held at our Little Chute location and does not require registration. As always, feel free to RSVP, invite friends and get connected, invite friends and RSVP in the Facebook event.
Add some edible interest to your flower beds with these tips from a Master Gardener. If you have been wanting to grow some veggies and don’t have space, look no further than your existing flower beds, where flower and vegetable plants can coexist. Get ideas on combinations that work well together and plant care for a bountiful and beautiful garden.