Join the Washington Ozaukee Wordsmiths on Wednesday, January 24th, for Holiday Stories in January at 6:30pm in the Library Story Room. They will be telling The Legend of the Christmas Stocking, Barrington Bunny, The Tree That Didn’t Get Trimmed and a few others as well. There will be cookies and tea. The stories are geared for adults.
Stop by to make fun crafts using buttons. There will be magnets, barrettes, hair clips, brooch pins and costume clip-on earrings. There are a variety of buttons for everyone’s creativity.
The West Bend Community Memorial Library is seeking proposals from web design professionals interested in redesigning the West Bend Community Memorial Library’s website. Proposals are due by February 2, 2018.
Click here to access the Request for Proposals for our Website Redesign Project.
Click here to access the Questions Asked by Interested Vendors and Answers
For more information, contact Amy Becker, Library Director at email@example.com or Sara Davister, Adult Services Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey adults! Join us in our 2018 Adult Winter Reading Program which starts on Monday, January 8 and runs through Friday, March 2. You can read books and enter in for prizes. Print off your reading slips here!
Turn in your reading slips to the second floor reference desk by Friday, March 2 at 6:30 PM.
Washington County Libraries are teaming up to bring you Tablet Tuesdays, a series of informational iPad classes! Due to a generous grant from the Federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), the five libraries in Washington County – Germantown, Hartford, Kewaskum, Slinger and West Bend – received $3,000 in additional funding for 2018. The primary purpose for use of this funding is:
- Utilization of technology to improve library services
- Convenient access and quality library services for all residents
- Support the equalization of access to information and lifelong learning resources
The public libraries wanted to create a collaborative project and partnership that meets these goals by providing the residents of Washington County with technology classes. Tablet Tuesdays is a series of informational classes, aimed to provide technology skills as part of a core mission of the public library: lifelong learning.
Each month, a different topic is offered at one of the five public libraries. Sign-up is required as space is limited. There is no cost to participate. Please call the library where each session is held to sign up.
Click here for the full brochure. Special thanks to the Monarch Library System staff for their assistance with this grant!