Wednesday, April 18 6:00 PM
Cut your cable or dish bill dramatically and still enjoy your favorite shows! Presented by Fond du Lac Library Director Jon-Mark Bolthouse, former director of technology at South Central Library System in Madison and former IT manager for University of Wisconsin Colleges. No registration required.
Thursday, April 19 1:00 PM
Remember how much you liked to color as a child? Bring back the bliss! 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, and we’ll furnish the coffee and soda.
Thursday, April 19 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. Participants can read their work aloud to receive constructive criticism from fellow writers.
The group is led by Two Rivers’ Laurie Conrad. Meetings are scheduled the third Thursday of each month. Please bring a notebook and writing instrument. No registration is required.
Tuesday, April 24 6:00 PM
Participants will discuss Truck by Michael Perry, 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. Pick up a copy of the book selection at the library’s front desk.
Wednesday, April 25 6:00-7:30 PM
Build a diet that’s good for you and the planet. Learn steps to take right now to adopt better food habits, how to stop wasting food (and your money), what “organic” really means, and is it affordable? This program is sponsored by Consumer Reports.
Thursday, April 26 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 always welcome.
Find Your Heart, Follow Your Heart
Saturday, April 28 10:00 AM
At a crossroads in your personal or professional life? Longing for more meaning, joy and authenticity? Feeling stuck, and craving something new? Explore topics intended to help you find opportunities for growth and illumination. Olson describes the story behind her book, reads essays from it, and leads participants in writing and sharing their thoughts. Writing materials provided. No registration required.
About the author: Three bouts with cancer, and other serious conditions that even resulted in temporary chest-down paralysis, caused author Keri Olson of Baraboo to examine what makes for an abundant, authentic and joyful life, and made her recognize that wholeness can coexist with illness.
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 the new tablet you got for the holidays, turn to our tech-savvy staff for help. Call (920)793-7114 for an appointment.
Monday, May 4 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, May 5 11:00-1:00 PM
Patti Jo Wagner, owner of Mindful Living in Two Rivers, teaches how to slow down, simplify and embrace each moment to become stronger, calmer and happier. Discover what yoga can do for you and learn about yoga’s “sister science,” Ayurveda. Come with a beginner’s mind. No experience required. Space is limited. For ages 16 and older. Bring a mat, blanket, journal and pen. Please register by calling (920)793-7114. For more information call (920)323-6473.
Saturday, May 12 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. Coding 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