Please join us on Wednesday, March 18th for the presentation: “Bees in the Coal Mine: What Does Their Decline Mean?” Dr. Shannon Davis-Foust, Wisconsin Master Naturalist, will be here to talk about the worldwide decline of pollinators and what we can do to discourage the continued loss. This free program will start at 6pm in the community center, no registration is required.
Starting March 12th, households will begin receiving official invitations to respond to the 2020 census. There will be a unique census number included on each invitation, as well as detailed instructions on how to respond. One person from each household will need to respond in one of three ways: online, by phone or by mail.
Stop by the library to use one of our public computers to respond to the census and cross one more thing off your list! Get it done before May, and you can avoid an in-person visit from a census taker. If it was 1790-the first year the census was conducted-this “tallyman” would be on horseback and you may have had to provide him with room and board!
Having legal trouble? We can help! Attorney Robert D. Sweeney from Sweeney Law Offices S.C. specializes in just about everything, and has been able to help a lot of our patrons by providing free, confidential legal advice at the Black Creek Village Library on the second Monday of every month from 5 – 6:30 pm. Time slots have been filling up quickly, so make sure to reserve yours as soon as possible. To reserve a 30 minute time slot on March 9th, please sign up in person at the library, call us at (920) 984-3094, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fact of the Week:
Over 200,000 animal species serve as pollinators. Almost 75% of the 1,400 crops grown require and depend on pollination. These include favorites such as: coffee, chocolate, almonds and many fruits!
Next Week at the Library:
- Mon. Mar 9th – 5:00pm – Lawyer in the Library
- Fri. Mar 13th - 10:15am – Toddler Storytime
- Fri. Mar 13th- 10: 30am –Preschool Storytime
Have a great week, everyone!
Mon. – Thurs. 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Fri. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sat. 10:00 am – 4:00 pm