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+)

Shipwreck Detectives

2:00 pm – This program gives participants a hands-on opportunity to experience Wisconsin history through a number of Lake Michigan shipwreck stories. Students will learn about Wisconsin’s maritime history, the tools and techniques of maritime archeologists, and use critical thinking skills to solve Lake Michigan’s greatest mysteries!

( FREE Family Event )

Stuffed Animal Sleepover

Stop in the library on Wednesday, May 8th, and drop off a stuffed animal for our Stuffed Animal Sleepover!
Drop in to make crafts, enjoy a snack, and drop off your stuffed animal for a sleepover! Your stuffed animals will be having a slumber party at the library with other stuffed animals!
PARENTS – Please make sure that the stuffed animal that is staying in the library can be left overnight, you can pick up your stuffed animal the following day, Thursday, May 9th after 9:30am!

Spring Perennial Vegetables

Join us on Thursday, April 18th for Spring Perennial Vegetables!
Join Master Gardener Carol Shirk and learn how to get started! Get planting tips, learn care and maintenance, explore a variety of choices, and more!
Registration is needed by April 15th, sign up in the library at the front desk, through our Facebook page, or by calling the library.