The Science of Light

Wednesday, May 1, 6:00pm
We will be doing experiments with light! Join Bethany and local physics enthusiast Laura Lang for experiments and activities focused on how light works. For grades K-5.

FamilySearch for Beginners

Thursday, April 18, 6:30pm
FamilySearch is the largest online family tree available - and it’s free! On this website, you can find over 1.5 billion profiles for deceased relatives and over 5.7 billion historical records from around the world. Where do you fit in? Join us as we learn how to create an account, build our family tree, and collect records of our ancestors.

Bring your laptops, tablets, or use the computers available at the library. There will be some work time after the presentation to put our knowledge of FamilySearch into practice.

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April Teen Bags

April Teen bags are now available! This month get supplies to make a pudding dirt cup, shrink plastic charms, and a mini painted pot with felt plant. Just ask for yours at the desk. (Available while supplies last.)

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Puzzle Swap


Good news! We now have a Puzzle Swap collection located on the lower level! Feel free to grab a puzzle to take home and complete. Donations of puzzles are also…

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Read for Culver's

The Culver's Reading Program is back! Readers age 18 and under can participate. Read 5 books to earn custard; read 10 books total to earn a Scoopie meal. Ask for your program bookmarks at the desk! Program runs through May 3rd. Thank you to Culver's Restaurant of Sauk City for sponsoring this program.

Tax Forms

Tax forms are starting to come in and are available in the library across from the front desk. We receive only the most popular forms, but many can be printed online.

Maker Bags for Children

The library offers new Maker bags for children every other week. Grab a bag from the display in the library or call to request lobby pick-up.  Bags are available while supplies last.