Presentation by Mary Shepard of the Winnebago County Master Gardeners. More information available soon.
Unleash your creativity! Join us at the library each month, October to May, for a design workshop. Each month will feature a creative project designed for teens and adults. All supplies for the craft will be provided and this is a free event.
Please note: Registration is required to attend. Contact the library by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 920-886-6315 to register for the program.
March Workshop: Wooden Poster Frames
Using wooden craft dowels, we will create a floating frame to hang paper prints.
March Tech Topic: All About Podcasts
The podcast trend is here to stay! With millions of listeners tuning in each day, it is easy to see why the popularity of podcasts continues to grow. Join us for a Tech Talk to learn how to access, download, and listen to podcasts. We will also review some of the most popular, chart-topping podcast shows.
Join paranormal researcher Curt Strutz for an interactive show that is full of photography, stories, and history at the Neenah Public Library.
Join us for a look back and a look ahead at ThedaCare. Theda Clark Peters dreamed of a better life for the people of her community. Before her sudden passing in 1903, just three days after giving birth to her only child, she made sure her hometown of Neenah would have a hospital to care for the sick and improve the health of all people. On October 18, 1909, the sixth birthday of Theda’s daughter, ThedaCare opened its first doors.
Did you know the nation’s top fighter pilot of World War II was from Wisconsin? Mike O’Connor author of the book “Ace of Aces” will discuss the life of United States Army Air Forces pilot Major Richard Bong of Poplar, Wisconsin. Major Bong was credited with shooting down 40 Japanese aircraft and earned the Congressional Medal of Honor and the Distinguished Service Cross and was one of the most decorated pilots of the war.
Join us at the library for a performance from Neenah's very own, David Paul Martin! "With genre-hopping sound and style, Martin pens his songs with a thoughtful honesty and simple poetry. His diverse musical style ranges anywhere from indie pop and acoustic folk to bluesy rock and funky soul."
The hour-long concerts take place one Sunday each month, October to May, in the Shattuck Community Room. Performances are free and open to the public.
Join Ken Gellerstedt, Financial Advisor at Edward Jones in the 2nd floor Aylward Room for an informal discussion of general financial information and commentary on investments and markets.
Take the plunge into the world of computer coding with this friendly beginner’s introduction to web design at the Neenah Public Library Wednesday, February 26th at 6:30pm. Learn the basics of HTML, and CSS in a stress free environment. Work along with the class with hands on training. Basic computer skills required. Limited laptops will be available, please bring your own if you have the ability.