On Display this Month

On the Art Wall  -- in the library's main floor Miron Fireside Room

Jesse Emons, a young artist from Fox Valley Lutheran High School is exhibiting a collection of his illustrations and cartoons. He creates them electronically on his phone and also creates illustrations with spray paint. Jesse has created art for as long as he can remember and has been influenced by David Michael Garibaldi - American performance painter.

In the glass case in the Lobby

The Fox Cities Performance Art Center is promoting two of their events:

Spectrum Dance Theater Weeklong Residency Feb. 6-11: Spectrum Dance Theater brings a week full of important community conversations and educational opportunities to Northeast Wisconsin. This residency program, focusing on race relations in America, will encourage conversation and add insight to Spectrum Dance Theater’s public performance of Rambunctious 2.0 on Friday, Feb. 10. Visit foxcitiespac.com for a full list of events where you can get involved in the conversation.

The Intergalactic Nemesis March 15, 7:30 p.m. Do you love graphic novels? What about radio drama? If you answered yes – get ready for an out-of-this-world experience when The Intergalactic Nemesis: Target Earth takes the stage at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center March 15! Described as radio play meets comic book, this one-of-a-kind show is perfect for audiences of all ages.

In the glass case in the Circulation Area

Lea Peot is presenting some of her latest jewelry designs. The collection combines colors and materials to offer one of a kind items. Custom sizing is often incorporated into her work. She designs earrings, necklaces and bracelets, specially Lea’s treasure bracelets and pendants are woven on a small hand loom using Czech seed beads as the base.

In the Menasha History Case

There is also a glass case from the original Elisha D. Smith Public Library on Mill Street tucked into the corner at the start of the large print and fiction collections.  The Menasha Historical Society presents artifacts from Menasha's strong history with baseball.

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