Experience the culture of India with photos and narration, make a craft and get a henna tattoo*. Watch traditional dancers, then learn to dance Bollywood style. There will be food to taste and art to view. Come learn more about this amazing country on Saturday, August 20 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in lower level meeting room A/B/C.
Summer is a good time for family reunions. If your family has one, it probably makes you wonder about where your family originated and how they lived. If you’d like to find out, you can find a lot of information at the library.
Local historian, Lawrence University Music Librarian and Associate Professor Antoinette Powell will guide us through Untangling the Spaghetti--Making Sense of Complicated Family Trees. This presentation takes us through the process of researching related families in the Fox Cities.
Many of us have military ancestors, but we often don’t know much about their service. Russ Horton, archivist at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum in Madison will explain how to find their service records and what sort of personal information might be available in them. Join us Saturday, February 13 from 2:00-3:30 in Lower Level Meeting Room D.