Adult Programs in March 2013

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The Newsletter of the
Winneconne Public Library

  Get acquainted with events and services the Winneconne Public Library offers by reading the enclosed newsletter!
Digital Scrapbooking with Mary Lou


Join us on Saturday, the 9th of March, for "Digital Scrapbooking with Mary Lou,"  10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.  Working on a digital scrapbooking project and need help?  Would you like to learn how to scrapbooking digitally, but don't know where to start?

Certified instructor Mary Lou Schroeder can help you with all of those needs and more, at this Workshop!  She will be going over basics such as downloading photos, cropping, etc...  Please RSVP to the Library, if interested in attending.  Those interested in joining the event remotely can

join by webinar.   
wcpl digital scrapbooking




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The Winneconne Public Library will be turning 100 years old in September, so we are sponsoring a writing contest, with the theme, "Winneconne Public Library, How I Love Thee, Let Me Count the Ways." Show your love for the library by entering the contest! Entries must be submitted by the 14th of March. For complete description, rules and entry form, please see our website or pick up your copy at the library.




Hooks & Needles: 
A Monthly Craft Club for Adults

If you are interested in crafting of any kind, any level of expertise, why not bring your craft to the Library and enjoy your hobby in the company of others?  Tuesdays 3:30-5:30 p.m., on the following days:

March 12th, and March 26th.

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Holly Selwitschka
Director, Winneconne Public Library
Feature Articles

Digital Scrapbooking With Mary Lou
How Do I Love My Library Writing Contest
Hooks & Needles
Is Genealogy Your Hobby?
If so, the Library offers Library Edition for family history research enthusiasts.  If you are interested in conducting your research in the company of others with similar interests, or learning more about the resources we have available, please contact Holly  at the Library.
The Library is a Collection Site
Donating Journals
to Victims of Domestic Violence



Members of the  Juliettes,  a local independent girl scout troop, is collecting journals to donate to the residents of Christine Ann Center, a shelter for victims of domestic violence. The girls are working toward earning their Silver Award; the journal collection is a long-term project to assist them in that goal. Journal writing plays a vital role in the recovery process of the residents of the shelter. Please bring unused/ new journals to the library to make a donation toward this cause. 


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