Monday, November 11 1:00-8:00 PM
Join instructor Carolee Crabb to create handmade cards. Participants may drop in any time during the session. Cost is $7 for materials. Please bring double-stick tape and scissors.
Mondays, 6:00-7:30 PM
Meet up with worthy opponents every week! Julie will be on hand to answer questions if you’re a beginner or need refreshing. For all ages.
Mondays, 6-7:30 PM
Warm up the coming cold months with fun and cozy game nights at the library! We’ll have all your favorites on hand; Battleship, Chutes & Ladders, Old Maid and Go Fish, and more. Bring along your own games if you’d like. Bring drinks and we’ll serve the popcorn. Pick a spot near the fireplace and enjoy this time with family and friends. Make Mondays something to look forward to!
Thursday, November 21 10:15-11:45 AM
Budding genealogists meet every other week to share research tips and to motivate each other in the quest to uncover stories about their ancestors. New members are always welcome.
- November 21: Online Resources and Databases
Tuesdays, 2:30-3:30 PM
Remember how much you liked to color as a child? Bring back the bliss! We’ll provide the coloring sheets and colored pencils, and throw in some great mood music. Then, create your masterpiece! A fun way to meet people and to relax. A weekly program!
Pint Size Polkas
Wednesday, November 13 6:30 PM
It’ll be love at first sound! Dance and sing as Uncle Mike Schneider performs the happiest music on the face of the Earth! Schneider got hooked on polka music at age five when he saw Frankie Yankovic perform, and has gone on to receive the Wisconsin Polka Hall of Fame Horizon Award and the Distinguished Service Award from the Wisconsin Polka Boosters. He has released both adult and children’s CDs. ALL AGES will love this show. We’re leaving plenty of dancing room!
Fox & Branch
Monday, November 18 6:30 PM
This high-spirited Milwaukee-based duo has delighted audiences across the nation and beyond. Plan to sing along and dance! You may even be invited on stage to try out the washboard and other traditional folk instruments. Fun for all ages!
Tuesdays in November 5:00 PM
Just learning the language? Want to brush up on your high school or college Spanish? Eager to converse fluently in your native tongue? Wherever your Spanish skills lie, spend a pleasant hour speaking the language. Get help with vocabulary, pronunciation, and phrases. Marie Ubrina leads the weekly get-together. Bring a simple supper. No registration required. NO CLASS NOV. 26!
Plan Your Business for 2020
Wednesday, November 20 6:00-8:00 PM
Are you ready for 2020? Now is the time to start planning what you will do with your business. Re-examine your goals. Adjust your products and services. Change up your marketing plan. We’ll use this session for a free-wheeling discussion about the year ahead. Meet in the library’s Community Room.
Free and open to the public. Visit the Two Rivers BizStarts Facebook page for more information. No registration is required, though we would welcome an RSVP on Facebook or by calling the Help Desk at (920)793-7114.
Thursday, November 21, 6:00 PM
From novice to published, all who love to write are invited! Receive encouragement, feedback and gentle critique. No matter your genre or writing form—poetry, fiction, nonfiction, screen- or play- writing—all are welcome. Sessions include writing prompts, topics and feedback. The group meets the third Thursday of each month in the library’s Webster Room. Please bring a notebook and writing instrument. No registration is required.
Writing Prompt: CAUSING PROBLEMS: Writers can be too kind to their characters so you need to make trouble for your characters….or they will make trouble for you. Actions and reactions are arbitrary and nonlinear; and be compounded or resolved. In your own creative style create a fictional conflict involving a postal worker.
Wednesday, November 27 10:00 AM
We’re bringing the Beach Book Club indoors for the season. Read and discuss great books by the library’s fireplace. This club for adults meets the fourth Wednesday of each month. Pick up a copy of Joy in the Morning by Betty Smith at the library’s front desk. No registration required.
Friday, November 29 All Day!
50% off overdue fines and buy 1/get 1 FREE from the library’s used book sale!
Monday, December 2 6:00 PM
Make your holiday giving extra special with beautiful handmade gift boxes. Carolee Crabb shows you how to make the boxes and we provide all the supplies. Call 793-7114 or stop by the Help Desk to sign up. Ages 15+
Saturday, December 7 11:00 AM
Capture the delicate beauty of a snowflake with this beautiful art form! Learn how to use thin paper coils to reflect intricate designs. We furnish all the supplies. Call 793-7114 or stop by the Help Desk to sign up.
I’m Dreaming of a Straight, White Christmas
Normative Romance and Nostalgia in Hallmark Holiday Movies
Wednesday, December 11 6:00PM
The wildly popular holiday spectaculars showcase romance and drama with a seasonal twist and portray wholesome images of family and community. Whose lives do these films portray? And what communities are excluded? Dr. Jessica Lyn Van Slooten raises these questions in a delightful fireside presentation. Hot cocoa and holiday cookies served.
Tuesday, December 17 6:00 PM
The Book to Art Club will operate a little differently for the month of December. Due to the already hectic nature of the holidays, members will not need to complete art projects amid shopping, baking and otherwise enjoying the season; we will instead meet to create art together. We’ll have art supplies on hand, but feel free to bring along some of your own favorite materials if you’d like. Pick up a copy of Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners by Gretchen Anthony at the front desk. For information, call (920)793-7105.