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This is what else we’ve been up to recently.

 Finding sources for local history can be a tricky thing! Discover Brad’s process that went into writing volume two of “La Farge: The Story of a Kickapoo River Town.”

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 How about a little frog music? “Sounds” like a fun frog frolic!

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Here’s what is cookin’ in March!  Come join us!!

 

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 Book Discussion

Wednesday, March 7, 2018     6:30 PM

BOOK DISCUSSION


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Nomad of Nature!

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 — 6:30 PM!

 

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music in the park 2

 

 

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ernst am girl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Twisted Stitchers, our Monday afternoon knitting group, enjoyed a tour of Ewetopia Fiber Mill in La Farge.

Twisted Stitchers, our Monday afternoon knitting group, enjoyed a tour of Ewetopia Fiber Mill in La Farge.  See more on our Facebook page.
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June 12 – July 14,    2017                

Check the Program and Events for more Summer Library Program Information!

                  Some of the great new books!Some of the great new books!
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coverMay 9, 2017                6:30 PM                        Enjoy some new “Mom” stories just in time for Mother’s Day with local author   Jane A. Schmidt.

        See her new children’s book,          “Finnegan’s Superior Adventure.”Finnegan

 Books available for purchase.                Refreshments served.  La Farge Lawton Memorial Library

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WHAT FOLK SONGS TELL US ABOUT WORK IN WISCONSIN

Wisconsin Humanities Council Nov. 13, 2015, in Madison. (Photo © Andy Manis)presented by Jim Leary, a public folklorist from Rice Lake, WI who studies the traditional songs, stories, customary practices, and handwork of indigenous and immigrant peoples in Wisconsin.Humanities Council logo

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017   

6:30 PM

La Farge Lawton Memorial Library 

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