For adults 18 and older. Registration begins Monday, June 12, and runs through Friday, August 18. Read a book and fill out a review card. All participants who turn in at least one review card win a prize!Review cards are also entered into a weekly drawing for prizes like Chamber Bucks and get-out-of-fines-free cards.All entries turned in during the summer are then added to the grand prize drawing: $100 in Chamber Bucks! The more you read, the better your chance of winning. Winners will be notified by phone and have three weeks to pick up prizes. Entries may include adult/young adult books, e-books and audiobooks. Entries are not accepted for magazines, short stories, newspapers or children’s material.For more information, call (920)793-7114.
Monday, June 12 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.
Saturday, June 17 2:30 PM
Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify “code,” to show that anybody can learn the basics of computer programming, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. Everybody should have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity. No need to have attended previous sessions to join in. Hour of Code is for everyone age eight and older—including adults. No registration required.
Tuesday, June 27 6:00 PM
Members will discuss the club’s first book, The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, share artwork, and engage with fellow artist-readers!
About the club…
Read a book and create art inspired by that book. Then meet to share your impressions of the written work, show your art and describe your creative process. Intimidated by “art?” Keep this in mind: if you have a hobby, you are probably already producing art!
Friday, June 30 10:30 AM
Looking for a more meaningful role in our community? Collaborate, share your skills and talents, make a difference in another’s life. There’s someone in need of your assistance, your love of reading, your conversation, your spark! Help hospice teams provide comfort and care to patients with life-limiting illnesses. A guest from Home Care Health Services and Hospice describes how to become a volunteer with their organization. This is an informational session only. There is no obligation to apply.