This month of June, the library is hosting Noah Fidlin’s art work. Noah is a resident from Combined Locks, Wisconsin. He is pursuing his degree at St. Norbert College. He is a graphic design major, printmaker, illustrator and photographer. Many of his pieces are made by combining both digital and analog processes, drawing inspiration from abstract photography, picture books, stop motion animation and Swiss design. One of his most recent pieces, entitled "Local Aquatic Life," is a large scale relief print made using a 32" by 64" wood carving made by hand. This piece, along with others, will be available for the public to see throughout the month of June. To discover more about the pieces on exhibit and the design projects that Noah has achieved, join us for the event - Coffee with the Artist - On Saturday, June 22 from 9:30 to 11:00am
Lobby Glass Case
The Outagamie County Master Gardener Association has a display to promote gardening and the Garden Walk event. The Garden Walk includes seven gardens and will be hosted on Saturday, June 22, 10am to 4pm.
Circulation Area Display Case
Has information that promotes the registration the Summer Reading Program for teens and adults: A Universe of Stories which runs until August 11. Check the prizes and upcoming programs and space related models by presenter Matthew Hissem.
Local History Alcove Display Case
Find this new display case in the new Local History Alcove on your left, as you enter the library's main floor. The display features Menasha's lighthouse, on the Lake Winnebago shore and the first lighthouse keeper. The case was loaned by Menasha Alderman Steven Krueger, and Mr. Krueger has provided this wonderful display.
Menasha History Display Case
Find this case in the corner at the start of the Fiction Collection. The case features displays provided by the Menasha Historical Society.
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