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Tuesday, April 23 6:00 PM

Pick up a copy of What She Left Behind at the front desk. Enjoy the novel, then create art inspired by what you read. Meet with fellow artists to share your impressions of the written work, show your art and discuss your creative process. For information, call (920)793-7105.

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Digital Marketing Workshop for Your Small Business
Featuring Todd Nilson

Wednesday, April 24 6:00 PM

How will you market your new business online? How effective is having a website or a Facebook page? Should you buy Google or Facebook ads? Digital strategy consultant Todd Nilson answers your questions and helps you create a one-page marketing plan that outlines your goals, the channels you’ll use, the types of content you’ll create and ways to measure your outcomes. For more information or to RSVP, visit the Two Rivers BizStarts Facebook page or call the Help Desk at (920)793-7114.

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Thursday, April 25 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. Meeting topic: Searching Old Newspapers.

Upcoming topics:

  • May 9: Can Putting Your Tree Online Help Your Research?
  • May 23: Sneaking Research Into Your Summer Vacation

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Thursday, April 25 6:00 PM

(Note Date Change!)
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. Please bring a notebook and writing instrument. No registration is required.
This month’s writing prompt: TBA

Tuesday, April 30 6:00 PM

Share your original poetry.  Please limit your selected work to one page. Time is limited, and readers will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. This is the inaugural event; join us the last Tuesday of each month, because poetry is meant to be read aloud!

Monday, May 6 6:00 PM

Michael Cleveland of Cleveland Cycleworks shows the latest bikes and accessories for all ages, skill levels and terrain preferences. Discover the best routes and trails, learn about upcoming biking events and meet other enthusiasts.

Learn how to download free ebooks and audiobooks. Chris explains all the steps necessary to read and listen to great books on your device. No registration required.

Accessing Library Books on Your Kindle

Tuesday, May 7 1:00 PM

Accessing Library Books on Your Tablet, Android or Apple Device

Tuesday, June 4 3:00 PM

Wednesday, May 8 6:00 PM

Do cognitive abilities of boys and girls, and men and women, really differ? UW-Manitowoc Psychology Professor Maureen Crowley summarizes studies comparing performance in math, verbal skills, intelligence and spatial orientation. Are societal assumptions validated or dispelled by this research?

Mondays, May 13 & 20 6:00-7:30 PM

Meet up with worthy opponents! Also, Julie will be on hand to answer questions if you’re a beginner or need refreshing. For all ages.

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Monday, May 13 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.

Tuesdays, May 14, 21 & 28 12:30-2:30 PM

Have simple tech questions about your device? Stop by the Help Desk on Tuesday afternoons and ask Toni! As always, if you want more extensive help, call (920)793-7114 and schedule an appointment.

Wednesday, May 22 10:00 AM

Read and discuss great books at beautiful Neshotah Beach (meet at the concession stand and we’ll saunter to our spot in the sand together). If the weather is not cooperating, we’ll meet in the library’s Webster Room. The club meets the fourth Wednesday of each month through September. Pick up a copy of this month’s selection, Allie and Bea by Catherine Ryan Hyde, at the front desk. *Bring your own chair! Adults 18+

Thursday, May 30-Saturday, June 1

Sale is held in the library’s Community Room during regular hours (Thursday 10 AM-8 PM; Friday 10 AM-5:30 PM Saturday 10 AM-2 PM). Paperbacks are a quarter, and hardcover books, DVDs and CDs are 50 cents. Proceeds benefit the Lester Public Library Foundation. Call Marie at 793-7105 if you’re interested in volunteering to work at the sale.

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All month long by appointment.

Need tech help? We offer a little or a lot! Whether you simply need to know how to attach a document to an email, or you’re starting from scratch with a new tablet, turn to our tech-savvy staff for help. Call (920)793-7114 for an appointment.