- Digitized copies of two medieval European manuscripts have been compiled and edited for Nashotah House, a seminary located near Delafield, WI. The original books will be exhibited at the Milwaukee Art Museum in 2019.
- Progress continues on our La Crosse County Library and Middleton Public Library video projects and podcasts.
- Mead Public Library (Sheboygan) project updates will be posted by Memorial Day.
- In June 2018, Celebrate Libraries® will begin working on a video project about Lester Public Library in Two Rivers, WI.
Trending In May
Celebrate Libraries® visited La Crosse County Library branches in Bangor, West Salem and Homen, WI this week. Audio interviews were recorded with librarians Shari Axelsen (Bangor), Deen Layland (Holmen) and Chris McArdle Rojo (Holmen).
Each of the interviewees had wonderful stories to share and we look forward to publishing the interviews in coming weeks. One example: Shari Axelsen manages the John Bosshard Memorial Library in Bangor. Shari’s grandmother was also the librarian in Bangor and Shari remembers the library as almost a second home while she was growing up.
National Library Week will be observed April 8-14, 2018 with dancer Misty Copeland of the American Ballet Theatre serving as honorary chair. This year’s theme is “Libraries Lead”
The national observance marks the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians and has been sponsored annually by the American Library Association (ALA) since 1958.
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COMING APRIL 2018
Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Information Coming Soon
Kohler, Wisconsin Girl Scout Brownie Troop 7892 created a Celebrate Women’s History timeline project to honor Women’s History Month 2016. The timeline was installed on a bulletin board in Kohler Public Library. http://www.kohlerpubliclibrary.org/
A LIBRARY TREASURE
La Crosse County Library serves five communities on Wisconsin’s western border.