• APL Storytellers

    We're about to embark on a very exciting journey. Over the course of the last few months, we've been working with ten of our community members to gather their personal stories about how the library has helped them create their future. Each person has a unique story to tell. During the next eight weeks we will be releasing the stories to our community, online and here at the library.

    We hope you become an APL Storyteller too! Let's get the conversation started about our library and the role it plays in our community. Share your story with us, your neighbors, your friends, everyone you can! And don't forget to check back next week for the debut of our first storyteller.

  • Learn what DNA testing can tell you about your family background

    Jeffrey Bassett--an expert on DNA testing and genetic DNA--will be our first speaker in the Find Your Ancestors series. His presentation, Genetic Genealogy and the Bassett DNA Project, will take place November 12, from 2:00-3:30 pm. Learn about the different types of DNA testing and what information each can and cannot provide. He will use examples from his years of research to explain how you can find out more about your genetic makeup and from which regions your ancestors may have originated.

    Free, no registration. Lower Level meeting room C.

  • $150 Classes FREE with your Library Card

    Now that fall is here and the kids are back in school, perhaps you've been thinking about learning something new, too. Gale Courses offers a huge range of online classes for fun, learning, and professional development. Take the classes at your own pace whenever it's convenient for you. If you have any questions, contact Sara at webstuff@apl.org.

  • RISE - Refugee and Immigrant Services and Education

    Mondays - 5:00-6:00 pm
    September 19 - November 21

    RISE connects refugee and immigrant populations with quality services, resources and lifelong learning opportunities. Participants will enjoy hands-on activities and receive materials and training resources on education, job and health. RISE is funded by Friends of Appleton Public Library.

  • Reference USA ends November 11

    Our subscription to Reference USA will end November 11, 2016. If you have feel comfortable using Reference USA, you should have no problem with AtoZdatabases: a competing business and consumer resource that is structured very similarly to Reference USA.

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