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Life at the Library

Cabin fever? Stop in, we can help you beat the winter blues!

Special events coming this spring include a historical evening spotlighting local businesses, and a program featuring a glimpse of life in Russia. In addition, don't forget our regular events like monthly Lego club, book clubs for both teens and adults, and weekly events including middle grade Monday's and storytime for preschoolers.

Combine these with all the great resources we offer at the library and online, and you are sure to find something to pass the time until warmer weather makes it to Wisconsin!

Russian Presentation

Nikita Smirnov, a native of St. Petersburg, will give a presentation about Russia in the Community Room on Thursday, March 19 at 6:00 p.m.  

Nikita is a foreign exchange student at Oakfield High School this year.  Nikita will describe how living in a city of almost five million compares to living in a small village in Wisconsin. The audience will get a feel for Russian culture, language, political climate, and everyday life in this vast country on the other side of the world.

Date of Event: 
Mar 19 2015 - 6:00pm

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