September 14 at 7:00pm at the Elkhart Lake Public Library
Join the dedicated group of volunteers committed to enhancing our library though service, fund-raising and community out-reach.
All members, old and new, are invited to attend the annual meeting.
Membership forms are available at the Elkhart Lake Public Library.
Wondering what the Friends organization is all about? Check out the Friends/Volunteer tab above.
With the new release of our computer software, we will be CLOSED Thursday, August 13th until 1pm for staff training. We will be open from 1pm until 7pm.
Located in the Grashorn Civic Center meeting room
The presale starts July 31 from 1-3pm. Just $2.00 to get first crack at all the great books for sale.
Or drop in Saturday, August 1 from 9 – 3pm. No entrance fee.
Not just books! Audiobooks, music CDs, VHS and DVD movies, children’s and young adult books and so much more.
Goosebumps Horrorland: Escape from Horrorland by R. L. Stine
R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps Horrorland, and Most Wanted series are incredible! My favorite books by R.L. Stine are The Scream of the Haunted Mask, Escape from Horrorland, The Revenge of the Living Dummy, and Say Cheese – and Die Screaming! If there are any other children that are fans of R.L. Stine’s Goosebump series, then they have chosen the perfect books to read! The Goosebumps are the perfect books to read on a dark Halloween night. As you’re reading these books you will immediately get involved with the story, and you will feel like you are one of the characters! In conclusion, when you are finished with the book, Escape from Horrorland, I will guarantee you that your heart will be pounding for at least 5 – 10 minutes! Enjoy!
by Katelyn B., age 14
Katelyn submitted this book review to complete her BINGO reading challenge.
Thursday, July 30 at 6pm
Karene Boose will speak on her 20 years working on various projects in Tanzania, East Africa, including her non-profit organization which provides support to children living with Albinism.
Zeru Zeru Simanma Sala!
A video presentation by Tara Sullivan, author of Golden Boy, a novel about Albinism in Tanzania will be included.
Promotional t-shirts, designed by her daughter Lauren, will be available.
Coffee Hour and Book Sale, July 29 at 10:00am
Twenty Years in Tanzania, July 30 at 6pm Karene Boos will speak on her 20 years working on various projects in Tanzania, East Africa, including her non-profit organization which provides support to children living with Albinism.
Friends of the Library Book Sale!
July 31 from 1-3 (pre-Sale Event $2.00 admission) and August 1 9 – 3 (free)
Finding Family History at the Library Monday, July 20 at 6pm. Introduction to genealogical resources like Ancestry Library Edition.
Coffee Hour and Book Chat, Wednesday, July 22 at 10:00am
Story Time in the Park, Saturday, July 25 at 10:30am
Storytime Tuesday, July 14 at 10:30am Heroes Make Us Feel Better
Middle School Program Tuesday, July 14 at 1pm 4th Annual Scavenger Hunt
Coffee Hour and Book Chat Wednesday, July 15 at 10:00
Elementary School Program Wednesday, July 15 at 1pm Firehouse Visit
The bus will leave from Elementary School at 1pm.
Movie Thursday, July 16 at 6pm The Incredibles (rated PG)
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The book The Wright 3 was one of my favorite books this year. It has surprises and mysteries. (Like most of the Blue Balliet’s books). And the characters are funny and keep secrets from each other. Calder, Tommy, and Petra help solve one of the greatest mysteries in the realistic fiction world.
By Betty Q., age 10
Betty submitted this book review to complete her BINGO reading challenge.
StoryTime Tuesday, July 7 at 10:30am Heroes in Storybooks
Middle School Program Tuesday, July 7 at 1pm You can be a Superhero!
Coffee Hour and Book Chat Wednesday, July 8 at 10am
Elementary School Program Wednesday, July 8 at 1pm Grashorn Civic Center Nature’s Niche
Movie Thursday, July 9 at 6pm To Kill a Mockingbird (not rated)
Book Club on the Move Friday, July 10 at 1pm – Lola’s Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok