Every Hero Has A Story is the summer reading program theme, and our 1st hero to read to the children was Doug Stoll. Doug served 10 years in the Army and read the book "Because You Serve" by Amy Young. The book is dedicated to everyone whose life has changed for freedom. Doug brought a flag for each child, they made wreaths out of red, white, and blue stars for their craft, and decorated star cookies for a treat. If you look closely you will also see Super Reader!!
Starting on Thursday, July 2nd at 2pm, and running for 4 weeks, we will be holding our Summer Reading Program. The theme this year is "Every Hero Has a Story" and we have different heroes coming in to read a story and talk about their professions. To start off on July 2nd Doug Stoll will be reading and talking about his experiences in the military. On July 16th Becky Knight who is a scientist will read and talk about the important work scientists perform. On July 23rd the programs is about a woman who raises bats. I know some would say "Bats, ewwww!" but bats can be heroes too. Did
The Photography Club is holding their 2nd annual photo exhibit and sale here at the library. Each member of the club has donated several matted prints and they are on display from now until June 20th. There are a wide range of subjects in the photos, from nature to our rural community. An old truck in the weeds, various poses of bovine, city lights at night, to mention a few. There are prints in black and white, and color. The prints cost $20.00 each and sales benefit the Mill Pond Library. The photography club meets regularly to share ideas, study photo techniques, and shoot togethe
Just a reminder that the library will be closed on Saturday and Monday of the Memorial Day weekend. Have a safe, fun holiday!!
Thanks to all who helped us with the "Purse-suit" of Happiness Fundraiser. To those who donated purses, empty or filled. To those who helped set up the tables and get the silent auction ready. And to those who bid and won the purses. The library raised $768.00 and we couldn't have done it without you. Thanks again!!
Both Markesan and Kingston libraries are actively collecting coins in the Penny War that started Feb. 16th and will end on March 16th. Markesan was the challenger and Kingston is working hard to be a great competitor. It is a fun rivalry between 2 close libraries and it benefits both with monies raised as well. The loser of the challenge has to display a booby prize (provided by the winning library) for the following month. So please, bring your pennies in today!!
The latest display at the Mill Pond Library in Kingston is a collection of dolls owned by Marlene Kohn of Marquette. When asked how she came to collect dolls Marlene replied, "I found most of them at Bargains Galore, and they cost $.50 or a $1.00. I just felt sorry for them and had to take them home!" Come check out the display before it changes...next up is a collection of snowmen! If you have a collection you'd be willing to loan us to display for a month, give the library a call at 920-394-3281 or stop in and we'll make arrangements.
JOIN US ON "THE ROAD TO THE OSCARS!"
Tuesdays, Starting Feb. 10th, at 6pm
The library is about to reveal it's secret identity as the Mill Pond Movie Theatre.
Every Tuesday evening for the next few months we will screen Academy Award nominated films.
We have the first four weeks set, and will fill in titles as they are released on DVD.
We'll have popcorn for you too.
Hope to see you on the "Road to the Oscars!"