Your 2019 resolution is calling you! Come join us every Saturday at 9 am for free yoga at our Little Chute location in the Village Hall community room. It is right across from the library. Plan to use the entrance that is right across from Seth's Coffee.
While you can come to as many or as few sessions as you would like, our series will start with beginners techniques and build up to more challenging practices. Please bring your own mat.
This series will occur from January 19th until March 23rd.
This is brought to you through the kindness of the Kimberly-Little Chute Library Friends (FOLKS) and the 95 Yoga House.
Join facilitators from Celebrate Diversity Fox Cities as they lead us in meaningful and respectful conversations around the topics of homelessness and poverty as part of the Fox Cities Reads 2019 events.
Objectives of the event include exploring what you learned from reading Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, sharing your thoughts on homelessness and poverty as a result of reading the book, and brainstorm on actions that can be personally taken to help end homelessness and poverty in our communities.
Enjoy a free afternoon at the movies each month for a favorite classic film! 2019 is our Year of Audrey Hepburn!
March's selection is Love in the Afternoon. This flick follows a private investigator who uncovers an affair. When the scored lover chooses to kill off the playboy, Frank, his wife has been with, the investigator's daughter decides to save Frank. What happens next is full of comedy, romance, and miscommunications!
Refreshments will be provided. Brought to you in partnership with Little Chute Park & Rec.
Join us for a relaxing afternoon at the movies! Our March movie is Instant Family. This movie follows a couple through the hilarious and heartwarming moments they encounter as they decide to become foster parents to three children. Rated PG-13.
Popcorn and soda/water will be provided. Brought to you in partnership with the Kimberly Senior Citizens.
It's never too early to read to your child. Enjoy rollicking rhymes, sweet stories, and merry music during this story time session geared for babies birth-24 months. Playtime included afterwards. Older sibling helpers are welcome and are encouraged to bring along their own special stuffed toy or doll.
Discover a wide variety of splendid stories from classic tales to newer picture books during this eight-week session of story time for preschoolers and their parents/caregivers. Early literacy concepts such as letter recognition, counting, coloring, and shapes will be covered. Music and fun are added bonuses!
Officer Brady Boucher from Metro Police Department will be our special guest during the first week of story time. Learn about what a police officer does and ask questions.