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Tangled Yarns

Meeting Every Fourth Monday in Library Meeting Room 6-8pm.

Everyone welcome-- Beginners to experienced needle workers!

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Mystery Antiques

Unusual antiques can provide interesting stories!

If you join us, you will be able to handle some out-of-the ordinary relics to guess their identity.

Join us for this presentation by Joan Johnson of Lake Mills

Registration is necessary to attend Register Here

Library Geocaching

The Library is manager of several geocaches emplaced by Troop 148 Eagle Scout candidate Andrew Hamilton. Geocaches are form of hide-and-seek using a GPS device to find hidden small containers in public places. There are over three million caches worldwide in 191 countries. The Library’s caches are listed on the geocaching brochure as well as www.geocaching.com. The Geocaching website has beginner information.

Download the Library or use the Geocache website to search the Lake Mills area. Library owned geocaches are under the username: LDFargoPublicLibrary.

 

 

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StoryWalk® in Wallace Park

L.D. Fargo Public Library's Permanent StoryWalk® in Wallace Park!

675 Industrial Drive, Lake Mills, WI.

Follow the marked trail and read pages from a children's book as you walk and enjoy nature with your family.

 

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Gale Courses

Gale Courses gives you access to more than 363 interactive online learning courses led by expert instructors. These free classes are available to all library card holders.

Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every month. Patrons can still sign up for classes, even if a new round has already started. They can go at their own pace through the classes.

September book discussion is William Kent Krueger’s LIGHTNING STRIKE. An entry in Krueger’s very popular Cork O’Connor mystery series set in Northern Minnesota.

Copies available at the circulation desk for checkout.

 

 

Story Corps Recordings September 26-30, 2022

StoryCorps recordings the week of September 26th.

Two microphones. Two people. One incredible conversation. We’re collecting stories in partnership with StoryCorps, a national oral history program, and we’re inviting you to be part of it!