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Meet Our Artist-in-Residence

The library is excited to introduce our Artist-in-Residence, Stephanie LH Harvey! Through a generous grant from the Great Wisconsin Cheese Festival, Stephanie will bring art and education together at the Little Chute Public Library this Spring.

During her time as artist-in-residence, Stephanie will teach three Street Art Workshops, create an original mural in the Little Chute Library, and lead a community mural project during Cheese Fest 2017. 

 

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Evening Book Club

Monday, June 19, 2017 - 6:30pm ~ Little Chute Public Library
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Author: Agatha Christie

This novel, written in 1927, is considered the best and most successful of the early mysteries. It met with no small outrage when it appeared, as it uses a plot device many readers thought "unfair." There is a full complement of characters populating the cozy English village of King's Abbot: Major Blunt, Colonel Carter, Miss Gannett, the butler, the housekeeper, the narrator, Dr. Sheppard, and his know-it-all sister (the precursor of Miss Marple, according to Christie), and, of course, the redoubtable Hercule Poirot and his little grey cells. There are clues with a capital C to mislead us, and the reader gets so involved with these red herrings (or not) that the very simple truth eludes the puzzler. Come join us on Monday, June 19th in Little Chute at 6:30 PM for a fascinating discussion!

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