We have major news! The library will be have new hours starting on Monday, May 4th! After feedback and some number-crunching, we decided to open an hour earlier to better accommodate patrons. By starting the new hours in May, staff and patrons alike can become accustomed to the new schedule in time for summer-our busiest time of the year!
The new hours will be as follows:
Monday-Thursday: 9am to 7pm
It is “raining cats and dogs” this month, at least when it comes to our table topic and hallway project! To celebrate Paws to Read Month, we want you to color a dog or cat and add it to our bulletin board, then let us know what animal you like better: dog or cat?
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.
Fact of the Week:
Ever have a pet goldfish? Goldfish are well-known for their rather short lifespans. The oldest captive goldfish was won at a carnival in 1965 and died at age 43 in 1999!
Next Week at the Library:
- Wed. Mar 18th – 6:00pm –“Bees in the Coal Mine: What Does Their Decline Mean?” with Dr. Shannon Davis-Foust
- Thurs. Mar 19th – 6:30pm – Friends of the Black Creek Village Library meeting
- Fri. Mar 20th - 10:15am – Toddler Storytime
- Fri. Mar 20th- 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