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 Thursday Theatre - Free Movie - Starts at 10:30 am - Free Popcorn  -                               Sponsored by the Friends of the Library   


                                 January 18:  Wonder Woman 

                                 February 15:  Hidden Figures

                                 March 15:  Jackie

                                 April 19:  Dunkirk

                                 May, June, July, Aug:  no movie





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


First and Third Thursday of the month 10a - 12p

                               "in gauge"  -join our knitting group   





January 16 @ 6:30p

                                     Hiking the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness in 

                                     Montana -presented by Mel Baughman


January 20 @ 10:30a

                                     Family Snowshoe -guided by the Cable Natural

                                     History Museum's Emily Stone


January 27 @ 10:30a

                                    Keeping Your Chicken Coop Healthy

                                    -presented by Kate Taylor


February TBA

                                     State of Craft Beer -presented by Matthew Janzen


February 7 @ 1:00p

                                     Cooking with Annie Noble- A lovely Winter Lunch


February 14 from 10:00a - 5:00p

                                      Food for Fines- in person only


March TBA

                                      Gardening Program -presented Susan Reinardy


March 3 @ 10:30a

                                      Return of the Horse -movie and presentation by

                                      Kate Taylor


April  8-14

                                     National Library Week

                                     Daily Door Prizes


April TBA

                                      Gangster in our Midst -by author Betty Brandt Passick


April TBA

                                      Dragonflies - presented by Robert Dubois


April TBA

                                      Forged in Blood: How the Iron Brigade Earned Its

                                      Metallic Moniker -presented by the author of of 

                                      Black Iron Mercy Eric Schlehlein


April 30 - May 6

                                      Children's Book Week

                                      -Daily Door Prizes


May 1 @ 10:00a and continuing through Summer every Tuesday

                                     Pre-School Story Hour with a Guest Reader

                                     -presented by Northwest Connection Family



May 5 @ 10:30a

                                     Fishing -presented by Frank Pratt


June 14 - July 13, Thursdays

                                      Summer Reading Program for PreK - 5th Grade


June 21 from 10a - 1p

                                     Adopt a Book


June 28 from 10a - 1p

                                     Adopt a Book


First Four Friday of August

                                      Explorers Club with the Cable Natural History Museum

                                       (3rd - 6th grades) 


August 6 from 10a - 5p

                                      Friends Used Book Sale


August 15 from 4p - 6p

                                      Adopt a Book Night



























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


Quarterly Art Display presented by:

CHARAC, the Cable Hayward Area Arts Council


CHARAC’s Featured Artist at the Library: Catherine Sebek of Sebek Studio
Born in the Midwest, I have resided here most of my life. I enjoy the change of seasons; the growth and decline of vegetation and the variations in weather…the circular flow of life.
I have been painting for over 25 years. Inspiration for my pastel paintings comes from the area in northern Wisconsin where I reside. As a landscape painter, I want there to be an excitement about the richness of the colors, the play of light on the landscape, along with a familiarity of place that creates a sense of peace for the viewer.
I initially became involved with block prints as a way to illustrate the poetry I was writing and printing with my C & P letterpress. But then I was taken in by the graphic quality of a linoleum block carving; the importance of a line, a space, the way to create texture and motion with the slice of a carving tool. Along with a variety of images, I have created two series of hand tinted block prints; wildflowers of Northern Wisconsin and my Raven reflection series.
My studio is now open Monday mornings, 9:00 to 12:00 for Pastel Painting studio time. Join me with your pastels and paper for a morning of painting. Contact me at Catherine.sebek@gmail.com or call 715-634-3667 for more info.




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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