Dr. Barbara Ingham, Food Safety Specialist Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will discuss the various techniques of preserving tomatoes including canning, drying, and freezing.
The tech experts are here!
Through US Cellular's Community Involvement program, team members from the US Cellular Premier store in Neenah will be at the library for a workshop about smart devices.
From smart phones to tablets, learn about the best features and uses for a variety of smart devices.
More information coming soon.
Ken Gellerstedt, Investment Advisor with Edward Jones will explain what mutual funds are, fees that may be applied, how to select mutual funds, and the benefits and risks when investing in mutual funds.
Tuesday, March 19th from 2:00-4:00 pm in the 2nd floor Aylward Room
Are you researching your family history? Join us for an informal gathering of genealogists and have access to the library genealogical databases including Ancestry and HeritageQuest. A staff member will be available for assistance. Bring your own laptop or the library will have laptops available for use.
Registration is required and can be done in person at the 2nd floor Reference Desk or call 886-6315
April Tech Talk: A Guide to Smart Devices
From smart phones to tablets to e-readers, we will discuss the best features and uses for a variety of smart devices.
Join us for Tech Talk Tuesday to learn about a variety of tech topics. We will discuss everything from online security to social media to the digital library!
2nd Tuesday of the month, October to April, 1:30 PM in the Aylward Room. All interested individuals are welcome to attend, registration is not required.
Caravan Gypsy Swing Ensemble
“Instrumental acoustic jazz influenced by the legendary Roma Gypsy Jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. The ensemble also pulls influences from American jazz, European Folk Music, traditional Latin, Parisian waltz, and other vintage-jazz sources. Expect a range of tunes from the “Hot Swing" repertoire, originals, and standards done in uniquely arranged styles.”
Sue Fink, Treasures and Time Travel
Why do we keep certain artifacts from our past (letters, trinkets, etc.)? What memories do they evoke, to where do they allow us to re-visit? Through song and story, Sue explores “time travel” based on the “treasures” that we choose to keep.
About Sue Fink
Music and Meaning
Exploring modern dance pioneer, Isadora Duncan, through her own choreography and the work of those inspired by her.
In a collaborative program with dancer, Pam Luedtke, and pianist, Nell Buchman, the life and work of Isadora Duncan is celebrated through historical and modern choreography, slides, costuming and classical piano repertoire.
Stuck on Blue
“Talented jazz trio performs original music and creative interpretations of favorite jazz classics.”
Friends of the Neenah Public Library Concert Series
Join us at the library for afternoon concerts from a variety of unique and talented artists!