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Our next event at the library will be the Spring Fling taking place on Saturday, April 21st, from 9am until 1pm. We have 10 vendors signed up so far, selling a variety of items, and the library will be selling food that day as well. If you've been thinking of getting a table, don't delay, call the library today at 920-394-3281 to reserve your spot. Vendors will be able to come that Friday evening before, April 20th, from 5 to 7pm to set up their areas if they would like.

3/14/18 Winner of "Blind Date with a Book"

On March 7th the library finished their "Blind Date with a Book" event by picking a name out of the readers who had turned in a "rate your date" slip. Abigail Marcov of Dalton was that lucky winner. She got to take home a lovely basket filled with different kinds of chocolates. Abigail was tickled pink as she is new to the library and thought the contest was great fun. She "loved" the book that she read and would "date" another book by that author.

2/28/18 Fresh Look

If you stopped by the library this week the first thing you smelled when you came in the door was fresh paint.  We moved to the new building in January of 2003 and it is time to freshen up some of the painted wall areas.

1/29/18 Loosely Bound Bookclub

Did you know there is a bookclub at the Library? Yup, they get together and meet on the last Thursday of every moth except December! Below is a list of the books they have chosen this year! Check out the calender for more information on the book for the month! You can check out the books about a month ahead of the meeting so you have plenty of time to enjoy a new and different read! Come and join in a fun and interesting group. See you there!


6PM at the Mill Pond Public Library



Please remember that the Library will be closed from Monday, December 25th thru Monday, January 1st. We will open at usual hours on January 2nd.


Wishing you all a very Joyful Holiday and a New Year filled with laughter, love and peace!


Stay Safe!

11/20/17 New Display

        We have a new display set up at the Library courtesy of Bob Powell of Dalton.  Pyrography is the art of decorating wood or other materials with burn marks resulting from the controlled application of a heated object such as a poker. It is also known as pokerwork or more commonly called woodburning.


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