When: Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 6:30pm
Make your own version of Disco Fries at the library. What are Disco Fries? For this event, they are french fries with a bunch of toppings. This event is especially for grades 6-12. Contact Meagan at 643-8318 with questions.
When: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 2:30pm
Meet Sadie, and her mom, Joal. Joal has written a book about all the challenges Sadie has faced and how her high spirits and hard work have helped her overcome! This program teaches how acceptance of people and animals with special needs will hopefully make this a kinder, gentler world.
Please note! A six minute video on bullying will be shown at the beginning. Due to the graphic nature of some... Read more
When: Monday, March 27, 2017 - 6:00pm
Learn how to make your own melt and pour soaps and bath salts at the library. All supplies and tools will be provided. Space is limited; registration is required! This event is open to adults only and is sponsored by the Friends of the Ruth Culver Community Library. Contact Charlene at 643-8318 with questions.
The Friends of the Library Board was excited to provide a gift of $9,000 to support special library initiatives in 2017; this was approved by the Board at their meeting on February 1. Pictured is Will Tank, President, presenting a check to Meagan Statz, Assistant Library Director. Read more about the Friends of the Ruth Culver Community Library including their... Read more
Copies of popular tax forms are starting to arrive at the library. Federal tax forms and Wisconsin tax forms and instructions may also be printed or viewed online. Please ask library staff if you would like assistance printing or call us at 643-8318 if you want to check to see if we've gotten the form or instructions you need.
Wireless printing is available through the library. That means you can now print from your Internet-connected PC, smartphone or tablet to the library’s printer. You can send the print job from wherever you are (home, in the library, etc.) using one of three different options.
- Use the library website. Just click the wireless printing image on the library’s homepage (...