APL Adults

Did you know? Strolling Across France


Last summer Appleton resident, David Haas, walked The Way of Le Puy, part of a pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela which stretches 762 kilometers from the town of Le-Puy-en-Velay in the mountains of central France to Roncesvalles just across the border in Spain. With text and pictures, David will take you with him as he relives this pilgrimage on Tuesday, November 18th, from 7:00-8:00 pm in our lower level meeting room. Free admission. Funded by the Friends of Appleton Public Library.


Give a Child a Book

The Friends of Appleton Public Library's annual Give a Child a Book campaign begins Monday, November 3. The book drive, which is scheduled to go through December 7, gives children in need new books for the holiday season. With the help of the Salvation Army and The Boys & Girls Club, donated books will be dispersed to children in the Fox Valley area.

We ask that all books donated are new and are age appropriate for children up to 18 years. Paperback or hardcover books are accepted. The book drive donation box will be located at the front entrance of the library.

For those who would like to donate, but don't have the time to shop for books, cash or check donations are also accepted. The Children's Services staff will take all cash and check donations, purchase age appropriate books and add them to the donation box. Checks may be made out to "Friends of Appleton Public Library" and may be dropped off at the Children's Services desk.

Have a safe and happy holiday season!

Understanding Modern Art

November 10 | 4:00-5:00 pm

Do you ever think “I could do that!” when looking at a Jackson Pollock painting? Do you feel at a loss for words when you visit art museums? Learn the language of art and the stories behind modern masterpieces with APL’s Kristi Helmkamp.