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F R I E N D S   O F   T H E   R U T H   C U L V E R   C O M M U N I T Y   L I B R A R Y

                                                                                                        Summer 2017

         2017 Meeting Schedule                     Adult Programs and Events

         The 2017 meeting dates for the Friends    The following programs for adults are free and will be held in the
         of the Ruth Culver Community Library      Community Room at the library unless otherwise noted.  All are
         are as follows:                           sponsored by the Friends of the Ruth Culver Community Library.

           Wednesday, July 26                     Papercrafts
           Wednesday, September 27                Wednesday, July 19, 6:00 p.m.
           Wednesday, November 15                 Make a variety of papercrafts at the library, all supplies provid-
                                                   ed.  This event is open to adults only. Registration is required.
         Meetings will be held at 6:30 PM in the
         Community Room at the Ruth Culver         Book to Movie Night
         Community Library.  All are welcome to    Tuesday, August 29, 6:00 p.m.
         attend.                                   Watch a movie based on a book! (Movie title to be announced.)
                                                   Popcorn, soda and water will be provided.
         Thank You to Volunteers
                                                   Author Kathleen Ernst
                                                   Wednesday, October 11, 7:00 p.m.
         Thank you to those who volunteered to     Meet bestselling writer Kathleen Ernst, author of
         help with our Spring 2017 book sale.      the award-winning Chloe Ellefson Historic Sites
         Our volunteers were:                      mysteries. Kathleen's lively, richly-illustrated
                      Bob Henseler                 program will take readers 'behind the scenes'
                      Rod Lysenko                  to reveal the people, places, and the past that
                     Betty Deischer                inspired her to write the  Chloe books.
                       Alicia Kopp
                      Truman Kopp                             Quilter Judy Hasheider
                  Karen Schoephoester                         Monday, November 20, 6:30 p.m.
                      Bill Campbell                           Judy Hasheider, a nationally-known quilter and teacher
                     Helen Campbell                           who lives locally, will take you on her journey from be-
                        Ellen Paul                            ing a crafter, to a quilter, teacher, traveler and design-
                       Mike Irwin                             er.
                     Tamara Straub
                       Tim Straub                  Hot Drinks
                    Laura Netzinger                Monday, December 11, 6:30 p.m.
                     Marilyn Straub                Enjoy a variety of hot chocolates and coffees
                      Chris Junkins                with fun mix-ins at the library.  This event is open
                        Jim Grass                  to adults only. Registration is required.

         2017 Fall Book Sale                       Adult Summer Reading Challenge
                                                   Stop by to register and get your BINGO card today!  Complete
         The fall book sale of the Friends of the   one row to get a BINGO and turn it in to staff at EITHER the Ruth
         Ruth Culver Community Library will be     Culver Community Library or Sauk City Library. You'll earn an en-
         held on Friday, November 3 from 9         try into the monthly grand prize drawings. Complete additional
         a.m. to 5 p.m. and and Saturday, No-      BINGOs for additional grand prize entries. Pick up a new BINGO
         vember 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Con-      card when you're ready to move on.
         tact Meagan Statz at 643-8318 or to volunteer.       Do you have a program idea?
         Donations of gently used books, audio-    Please contact Meagan Statz at 643-8318,
         books, movies and music may be made, or visit the library to share your sugges-
         at the library at any time.               tions and feedback.
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