Do you have film negatives or slides lingering in boxes that you aren’t sure what to do with? Our Library of Things offerings expanded in the past month to include a Kodak Slide N Scan Digital Film Scanner to turn your negatives and slides into digital images with the click of a button. Scan color and B&W negatives (135, 110, 126) and 50 mm slides (135, 110, 126) to digitally preserve your precious mementos, and keep them vivid for years to come. The scanner can hook up directly to your computer (or one of ours) or you can insert an SD card to save your pictures. We’ve also added more puzzles to our collection, and these cold days are perfect time to enjoy a cozy evening with a fresh puzzle.

For the kids, we have updated our collection of Wonderbooks to include new titles and sing-alongs! After singing along with the music track, kids can switch to the read-along mode and hear the narrated version of the book. There are also a new batch Launchpad tablets ready to hit the shelves. Launchpads are loaded with learning apps, videos, games, and more for interactive learning and play on a wide variety of topics. Pair Wonderbooks and Launchpads with headphones for long car trips or at home use.

February will be busy with programs and activities at the library. Stop by to check out a new read from our Blind Date with a Book display and “Rate Your Date” before February 28th for a chance to win a gift card for local sweets and treats. Monday, February 6th brings the next release of the Spice of the Month Club and this time we have Italian Flat Leaf Parsley, grown and donated by Sue McConnell.      

With the announcement of the Academy Award nominations last week our Road to the Oscars journey starts again. Join us on Tuesdays @ 6:00 pm or Thursdays @ 2:00 pm to watch films nominated for the 95th Academy Awards. Enjoy the big screen experience with free popcorn. The February lineup is as follows: Everything Everywhere All At Once – 1/31 & 2/2, Elvis – 2/7 & 2/9, Top Gun: Maverick – 2/14 & 2/16, The Fabelmans – 2/21 & 2/23.

Bug Tussle University is hosting free classes at the library on the following topics:

  • Facebook for Beginners, Friday, February 10th 11AM-Noon
  • Computers 101, Sunday, February 19th 2PM – 3PM

Friday, February 10 @ 1PM also holds our next Crafternoon opportunity. Come learn how to create book page roses just in time to give to your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day. Due to limited supplies, we are requesting sign up for this program. Call 920-294-3572 or stop in to secure your spot.

One last program to jot into your calendar is a Book Signing with author Mark Moore, Saturday, February 18th 10AM – Noon. Local author F. Mark Moore has written about his time in the medical corps as a surgeon during Vietnam. Visit the library to purchase a signed copy of his book Grunt Surgeon and hear stories about his experience. Visit our website at for regular program run times, details, and updates!