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                            Winter Time Fun!!!

    


New in February: The library now has Stamps for card making, along with our Baking Pans and Memory Kits--all available for check out!  


                         Thursday Theatre - Free Movie -  Free Popcorn  -                                                                  Sponsored by the Friends of the Library                                           1 pm Showtime

                                   

                                  October 11,   Murder on the Orient Express

                                  November 8, Wonder

                                  December, no movie

                                  January 10, Darkest Hour

                                  February 14, Victoria & Abdul

                                  March 14, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 

                                  April 11, Book Club

                                  May, June, July, Aug, no movie

 


                                                                        

                                   Community Classes and Events                                                                                 Sponsored by the Friends of the Library:

 First and Third Thursday of the month 10am - 12pm

                               "in gauge"  -Join our knitting group!     

 

Tuesdays, 10:00am 

                                     Pre-School Story Hour with a Guest Reader

                                     Presented by Northwest Connection Family

                                      Resources.

 

February 1 - March 31

                                     Build a Library Lego Tower for all kids

                                      - See how tall it can get!  

 

February 7, 1:30 pm POSTPONED DUE TO HAZARDOUS WINTER STORM.                                          NEW DATE: FEBRUARY 28, 2019 @1:30 PM.

                             Exploring France- presented by Mimi Crandall and                                               Judy Rowley

 February 7, 4-6 pm   POSTPONED DUE TO HAZARDOUS WINTER STORM.

                                     NEW DATE: THURS. FEB. 14, 2019,  3-5 PM

                                     Handprints

                                      CHARAC and the Hayward Piecemakers Quilt Guild will be                                              collecting handprints which will be used for a Triptych Quilt. 

Month of February

                                     Friends of the Library Membership Promotion 

 

Month of February

                                     Mystery Date Book Display- our theme for the month

February 14     

                                     Valentine's Day Prize Drawing- enter to win every day 

February 14       

                                     Valentine's Day Food for Fines

February 14               

Handprints--CHARAC and the Hayward Piecemakers Quilt Guild will collect handprints which will be used for a                    Triptych Community Quilt.

 

February 16, 10 am-12 pm

        In Gauge Saturday Special- Join the knitting group on a                  special day!

 

February 28, 2019

                                    Exploring France- presented by Mimi Crandall and                                                       Judy Rowley @ 1:30 pm. 

                                    Triptych Community Quilt: Deadline for Photo Submissions     

        • Please email your photos of at least two hands from two different people. Send the photos in low resolution format to cbm0301@gamil.com/.
        • These photos will be used for the quilt that CHARAC and the    Hayward Piecemakers are making for the "Gimiwaanji'idimin-  We all gather together" Art Exhibit to be held at Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College on April 5 from 6-8 pm and April 6 from 8 am-4:30 pm in the LCOOCC Cultural Center.  This art exhibit is an extension of The Public Theater of New York's National Mobile Unit project that brought professional New York actors to LCOOOC on Oct. 23 to perform the Pulitzer Prize Winning play "Sweat", a story of blue-collar workers struggling in a rust belt city under the throws of globalization.                                     
        • One other creative endeavor that will be on exhibit in April        will be an original work of art inspired by a local Northland      Story.  Nearly 30 recorded stories have been collected and        local artists - painters, sculptures, musicians or writers - are        being invited to interpret a synopsis of one into an original        work of art.  Artists are asked to notify Dayle Quigley which    story synopsis they have chosen to interpret by emailing              Dayle_Quigley@hotmail.com. Due date TBA. 

                                     

Story Synopsis:

1. Feeling like a member of the community after dancing at an          Honor the Earth Pow Wow, experiencing the heavy drum beat      and rainfall with seven eagle overhead.

                                      2. Being stopped by the police and friends hearing about it                                                      over the scanner.

                                      3. Moving away and then moving back and then realizing this                                                was home, the place to bloom.

                                      4. Two large bears walk feet way from a person in the woods                                                  paying him no mind. 

                                      5. A queen contest where one of the contestants fillets a                                                          musky and forgets the entrails in the gym.

                                      6. Felt like a member of the community once they realized                                                      the way to honor your culture is to give back for the                                                            greater good of the community.

                                       7. Interesting story about the community--the white pines in                                                   our area come from South Carolina.  Spent their vacation                                                   one year traveling the path of the white pines from South                                                   Carolina to Hayward after the Ice Age.

                                       8. First Job after graduating from the university with a                                                             Master's Degree and moved here to start work in the                                                           LCOOC Science Department - one classroom for the                                                           entire college and they did their labs in the parking lot.

                                       9. Felt like a member of the community--was taken to jail                                                       for shooting a deer out of season. Their grandmother                                                           had to come and bail them out.

                                      10. Felt like a member of the community--once they started                                                      being invited to weddings and funerals.

                                      11. Best part of the community--"best part of moving here                                                        are the people they have met."

                                      12. Interesting story about the community--Used to bring                                                          their 10 year old to work with them in the Emergency                                                          Room. The child just roamed the halls for the day.

                                

 March 23, 10:30 am

                                    Ukranian Eggs- presented by Brad Herbert

March 28, 6:30 pm  

                                     Colorado Trail Adventure presented by Tom Detzner

 

April 7-13

                                   National Library Week with daily drawings

 

April 11, 6 pm

                                   Essential Oils- presented by Tracy Kocemba

 

April 29- May 5

                                  Children's Book Week with daily drawings

 

May 4, 10:30 am

                                  Fishing- presented by Frank Pratt

                             

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                 

                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            

                                                                                      

      

 

                          

 

 

                         


For events happening at the library that are sponsored by others, please check our  Community Meeting Room Calendar! 


ONGOING:

Quarterly Art Display presented by: CHARAC, Cable Hayward Area Arts Council

CHARAC’s Featured Artist at the Library: 

 


 

 

For additional and ongoing events, please refer to the events calendar below. 
These activities are free and open to the public.
Call the library at 715-634-2161 for more information. 

 
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