• Building Process Update: September 2018

    There has been a lot of progress on the mixed-use library proposal. Here are some highlights from the last few weeks.

  • A State of Mind: Teens in North Korea

    There are many questions about North Korea and A State of Mind will answer some of them. The winner of the Pyongyang International Film Festival, this film follows the lives of two teens living privileged lives in Pyongyang, North Korea. Join us for a viewing of the documentary A State of Mind on September 26, 2018 at 4PM in the Lower Level, followed by a discussion and refreshments.

  • 2018 Fox Cities Book Festival

    The 2018 Fox Cities Book Festival kicks off Monday, October 8 with events all over the community. This year's festival offers over 60 events and 50 authors from all genres. We are excited to host eight events this year. See our full schedule below:

    Amanda Lauer - The Fox Cities Meets Hollywood
    Monday, October 8 | 10:30 am 
    Appleton author Amanda Lauer presents her Heaven Intended series and how her first novel garnered a movie contract and what it takes to bring a book to the big screen.

  • Sign Up For a Library Card Today!

    September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month. Do you have an InfoSoup library card? Library cards are free and there is no minimum age for obtaining one. 

    Did you know library cards aren't just for checking out books at the library? We have a variety of other free services available to you as a cardholder. Here are 10 additional ways to use your library card:

  • Color-Brave Photo Project

    Stop by our first floor to see Fit Oshkosh's traveling exhibit The Color-Brave Photo Project: Black and Brown Faces, a New Narrative. The exhibit will be on display from September 27 to October 3. There will also be an opening reception and community conversation on Thursday, September 27 from 6:30-8:00 pm.

    The Color-Brave exhibit features photographs of people of color who live in Oshkosh. The photos are accompanied by stories about the person's life. The exhibit seeks to shift common stereotypes about people of color, to explore the negative impacts these false narratives have on the community and to celebrate residents of color. 

  • Building Process Update: August 2018

    The last couple of weeks have brought excitement and progress on the mixed-use library proposal. 

    OPN, the architects working on the proposal, were here several days. They hosted focus groups and community and staff workshops. They also gave presentations to the library board and city council. Over 250 members of the public participated in these activities. 

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