Fetch-22 comes out on December 10! To celebrate, we'll have some fun stations including making a Dogman holiday ornament, a bookmark, and more. Drop in after school! (We'll be open at 3pm for homeschooling families.) Stations will be open until 4:30pm.
Join us for a comedy magic show sponsored by the West Bend Kiwanis Early Risers!
Stop by at 5:30 each Wednesday we're open in December for a free film screening! Bring snacks and drinks if you wish.
Students in grades 6-12 can join us for our monthly Anime Manga Club! We screen two episodes per month, and for December we're watching Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and eating snacks from Japan Crate.
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Terika, our children's librarian, read Versions of Her by local author, Andrea Lochen!
Did you know that Andrea Lochen is originally from the West Bend area? Her first two books are The Repeat Year and Imaginary Things.
Terika says, "This book has the makings of a Hallmark movie. Written by West Bend native Andrea Lochen, it is a chick lit novel about two sisters who find a mysterious hidden door in their childhood lake home and discover that can directly view their mother's younger years. Delving into her memories is fun at first, but they soon discover different truths."
Winter travel can be rough. Whether you're driving to Grandma's for the holidays or flying to the beach for a getaway, space is always at a premium. Travel lighter this holiday season with the library's digital collections.
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