January 3 – April 1

Win a prize for reading books you already want to read! To participate, adults ages 16 and up should sign up at either desk at the library. Read 5 books of your choice before April 1. Write a 2-3 sentence review for each book and bring the sheet back to the Help Desk to pick up your prize.

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Wednesday, March 29 6:30PM

Enjoy an evening of laughter and inspiration as we celebrate world storytelling day and the art of oral storytelling. If you’d like, share a personal or favorite story, read from books that will be available, or challenge yourself by creating an impromptu story based on words or props given to you. Stories should last no longer than 4 minutes please! For all ages, no registration required. Prepare to laugh, be moved and feel inspired.

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Thursday, March 30
10:15-11:45 AM

The search for our roots is fascinating; it helps us understand who we are and how we came to live in this part of the world. Budding genealogists meet every other Thursday to share research tips and to motivate each other in the quest to uncover stories about their ancestors. New members are welcome to join at any time. For more information call (920)793-8888.


Saturday, April 8 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. No registration required.


Card Making
Monday, April 10 1:00-8:00 PM

Create a variety of hand-made cards with leader Carolee Crabb. Participants may drop in any time during the day. Cost is $7.00 to cover the cost of materials. Participants are also asked to bring their own glue/double stick tape and a pair of scissors.

No need to pre-register, simply pay at the door. For more information please call the Help Desk at (920)793-7114.

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Thursday, April 20 1:00 PM

Remember how much you liked to color as a child? Bring back the bliss when you join us for adult coloring at the library. We’ll provide the coloring sheets and colored pencils, you create the masterpiece. A fun way to meet people and to relax, feel free to bring a snack, we’ll provide the coffee and soda.

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Thursday, April 20 6:00 PM

Active citizens seek to build, sustain, reform and improve the community. By working together, citizens can improve the quality of life in Two Rivers through both political and nonpolitical processes. City Manager Greg Buckley discusses ways to collaborate and pursue common goals through civic engagement. Join the conversation!

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Saturday, April 22 10:30 AM

Create a custom corsage or boutonnière for your special someone! Whether it’s a mother’s day surprise or a color-coordinated prom floral for yourself or your date, design an utterly unique arrangement with a little help from us. Bring the silk version of your mom’s favorite flower, or the precise blue violet of your prom dress, his tie or her eyes. Leave with a keepsake. We’ll have all the design supplies you need, just bring the flowers and the sentiment!

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Tuesday, April 25 6:00 PM

Read a book and create art inspired by that book. Meet to share your impressions of the written work, show your art and describe your creative process. For all adults no matter your perceived level of talent or preferred medium. If you have a hobby, you are already producing art. On April 25, we’ll distribute our first book: The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh, share artwork ideas, and engage with fellow artist-readers!

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The Lester Public Library will be offering one-on-one computer instruction during the month of April. A personal instructor will be on hand to help you set up an email or Facebook account, learn basic word processing skills, use your Nook or Kindle, or help get you started on the Internet. Tailored to fit your specific needs, our instructors will work one-on-one with you. Please call the Help Desk at (920) 793-7114 today to sign up for a time slot.