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      November - December 2015  Edition
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November is Food for Fines & Fun with Fines month at the Wautoma Public Library. For every unexpired, non-perishable food item brought into the library, $2 will be forgiven from overdue fines. Another option to get your fines waived is where the fun comes in: write out a 'Big Fish Tale' that explains why your items were overdue. For each tall tale, either written or captured on video, the library will forgive $5 from your overdue bills. Tales will be shared on Facebook but of course we will keep them anonymous for privacy (videos will be up to the participant if they want to be kept anonymous with face blurring). If a tale is extra creative another $5 will be waived from fines at the librarian's discretion. The fee for replacing a lost library card will also be waived by Food for Fines/Fun with Fines, as long as personal picture identification (like a driver's license) is shown. However, charges for lost or damaged items cannot be cleared by this method. All donated food will go to the Waushara County Food Pantry.

Grief During the Holidays

Tuesday, November 10th at 6pm:  Learn how to manage your grief during the holidays.  Learn new ways to cope and manage your stress.  Experts from St. Agnesian Health give you the help you need in a supportive, caring environment.  Please sign-up.

Mug Cake Mixer

Thursday, November 19th at 6pm:  Learn how to make delicious and quick treats in the microwave, then converse and play games.  Mug Cake recipes are a great idea for holiday gifts as well.  Sign up is required - call the Library at 920-787-2988.

Children's Holiday Fest

Saturday, Nov 28th at 9:30-11am: After Breakfast with Santa at the WWII  Museum in conjunction with the Cookie Walk, join in the fun at the Wautoma Public Library with children's crafts and Reindeer Games.
 

Fancy Flavorful Butter and Holiday Spiced Treats

Saturday, December 5th at 10am:  Learn how to make flavored butter along with other holiday spiced treats at this workshop lead by former home education teacher Linda Welty.  Great gift ideas.  Sign up is required.

Entrepreneur Do's and Don'ts
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Thursday, December 10th 5:45 pm:  If starting your own business is a dream of yours then please attend this free and informative workshop lead by Jean Cook, the Jobs and Business Development Coordinator at CAP services.  She will answer your questions on how to get started, how to be successful, and will present information on best practices.  She also will give you information on what resources are available to you in the county to keep your small business dream on track.  Sign up is encouraged.

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Storytimes
Wednesdays at 10:30 am. Stories, songs, surprises, crafts and fun.  
Geared towards ages 2-5; everyone welcome.

Monthly Mayhem
Every third Wednesday of the month at 4:30pm. Geared towards early elementary; everyone welcome.

November 18th at 4:30pm with turkey tales, songs, crafts, treats, and surprises.

December 16th at 4:30pm with holiday stories, songs, crafts, treats, and surprises. 
 
Creative Time
Thursday, November 5th at 10:00am. Bring your current project. Bring a lunch if you like. Meet new friends, share ideas and skills, help others create, and let others help you create.

Scrapbooking Club
Friday, November 12th at 6pm. Join us! 
 
Black Hawk Folk Society Folk Music Jam 
Tuesday, November 17th at 6:30. Listen, sing, play!  All are welcome to join in.

Genealogy Class 
Friday, November 13th at 1pm. Trace your family history. The historical section in the library also has a dedicated computer with Ancestry.com (world) access.
   
 
Page Turners Day Book Club
 
2nd Wednesday of the month at 1:30pm. New members always welcome.

Nov 11th -  Bittersweet by   Miranda Beverly-Whittemore.

December 9th  -
Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin


 
Novel Nights Evening Book Club
 
2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00pm. New members always welcome.       
 
November 12th - Movie based on the book Wild by Cheryl Strayed

December 10th -
A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote & The Cat Who Came For Christmas by Cleveland Amory    
        

Hours 

Monday - Wednesday: 9-6
Thursday: 9-7
Friday: 9-6
Saturday: 10-3
Closed Sundays



Contact Information  
 
Wautoma Public Library 
410 West Main Street 
Wautoma, WI 54982 
(920) 787-2988 
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