This month’s exhibit features the metal work of Neenah-based artist Jamison Glisczinski. Jamison uses raw materials such as clay and metal to sculpt interpretations of the human figure and nature inspired by mythology, legends, and stories. Visit with the artist on Thursday, October 24, from 6:00 to 8:00pm near his exhibit in the Fireside Room.
Ellen Martinson will provide a piano recital during the artist reception on Thursday, October 24, from 6:00 to 8:00pm in the Fireside Room.
Lobby Glass Case
The Fox Cities Book Festival will take place between October 7 to October 13.Take a look at the authors that are joining us during the Book Festival on Friday and Saturday. We are hosting the appearances of Pamela Cameron, Joseph Kapler, Lee Reiherzer, Avi (book signing), Kelly Harms, Neil Hansen, Kristine Hansen, Jerry Apps & Steve Betchkal.
Circulation Area Display Case
Artist Donna Eddy, from Appleton, is sharing her work and passion for weaving. On display you can find mini tapestries and woven necklaces. Ms. Eddy is a retired art teacher and has been working with fiber and beads for more than 20 years. Her work is influenced by the west Native American weavings design.
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 currently features a biography of library benefactor and community philanthropist Elisha D. Smith and his wife Julia Mowry. This exhibit is provided by the Menasha Historical Society.
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