Mark Gengler, author of “Noah Thorne,” will visit the Weyauwega Public Library from 9:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 4.
“Growing up on a Wisconsin farm in the 1920s meant new changes and challenges every day. Electricity was new, the telephone was in its infancy, and the tractor was replacing the horse to work the fields. For an 8-year old boy with a curious nature, each day was filled with excitement and wonder,” he writes.
Books will be available for sale and signing.
Children’s programs will start at the library in October and run through next April.
They will take place at 11 a.m. on Wednesdays.
The programs will last for about 45 minutes, and children need to be accompanied by an adult.
Registration is not necessary.
Babygarten will be held on the first Wednesday of each month. It is for children of all ages and includes music, finger play and rhymes.
Toddler/Babygarten will be held on the second Wednesday of the month. It is also for children of all ages and includes music, movement and rhyme.
Rhyme Time will be held on the third Wednesday of each month. Also for children of all ages, it includes nursery rhymes through drama, crafts and music.
Story Time will be held on the fourth Wednesday of the month. This program is also for children of all ages and includes books and a craft or activity.
The library’s adult Biblio Bingo program will begin on Oct. 15.
Visit the library to sign up or receive more information.
There will be two sessions
one this fall and one next spring.
The fall session will run from Oct. 15 through Jan. 15, and the spring session will run from Feb. 15 through May 15.
People may participate in both or just one of them.
There will be small prizes drawn monthly from review cards and a prize basket at the end of each session.
It is just like Bingo, and this time, participants will choose the categories they want to do, from the library’s list.
For more information about any of the programs, call the library at 920-867-3742. Visit its website at www.wegalibrary.org and “like” it on Facebook.