Adventure Begins at Your Library – Summer Reading 2024

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Join us this summer to adventure and explore our summer reading program “Adventure Begins at Your Library”! This summer we will be hosting a variety of programs, activities, and more!
To register for summer reading, click the link below:
To stay up to date with our summer reading programs and events, check our social media pages, or stop in the library for an event handout.

Collecting Donations for the Dodge County Humane Society

July 29th – August 10th the Ted & Grace Bachhuber Memorial Library will be collecting donations for the Dodge County Humane Society.
We encourage participants to choose items from the DCHS wishlist or items that are listed below. Donations should be dropped off at the Ted & Grace Bachhuber Memorial Library to be transferred to the DCHS.
For their full wish list click the link below:

Pokémon Club

Calling all Pokémon trainers! Meet to play and talk Pokémon with other trainers! Pokémon cards will be provided by the library or feel free to bring your own. No registration is needed.

(All Ages)

Curd Science

This program takes participants on a journey through the “eyes” of second grader and scientist, Violet Anderson, as she discovers how milk is made into Wisconsin cheese. You will experience the process of turning a liquid-milk, into a solid-Wisconsin cheese. The steps of cheesemaking are brought “under the microscope” for everyone to learn and understand the important role of science in making cheese and the importance of dairy in building healthy bodies. To conclude the program, everyone will enjoy participating in a cheese tasting/judging event.

(Free Family Event)

Hoop Elation

Let’s get moving at Hoop Elation! Everyone is invited to this hula hoop program that will be hosted in Foster Park of Mayville. Hula hoops will be provided but we ask participants to keep in mind that they will be a limited quantity.

(Ages 4+)

Genealogy Round Table

Genealogy will be on Thursday, July 25th at 6:30pm
Join us! This month’s topic is: Dan Koepsell, Koepsell Funeral & Cremation Services, Mayville Edwin H. Koepsell’s commitment to thoughtful and compassionate care was apparent from the outset. Beginning his career in funeral services in 1909, Koepsell was known in town as “the man with the horse-drawn hearse.” Family-owned and operated for over a century, Koepsell Funeral Home is proud to serve Greater Dodge and Columbia County.
(All Ages)