OAK CREEK PUBLIC LIBRARY, OAK CREEK, WISCONSIN

PODCAST                         

                                                         Jill Lininger, Oak Creek Public Library Director

Since opening in the fall of 2015, the  41,847 square foot Oak Creek Public Library has been providing all-ages programming and a gathering space for area residents and visitors alike.

The Library shares a Civic Center campus with City Hall and may be located by looking for the 85-foot clock tower rising above adjacent residences, retail stores, and medical buildings

The Civic Center is situated in Drexel Town  Square, the vibrant new 85-acre mixed-use development at the intersection of Drexel Ave. and Howell Ave. in the city of Oak Creek.

Presentation inspired by the Oak Creek Public Library’s landscape.

Owl and the Moon like books from the Oak Creek Public Library and so will you!

 

OAK CREEK PUBLIC LIBRARY, WI

BULLETIN BOARDS

1801: James Pillans, headmaster and geography teacher at the Old High School in Edinburgh, Scotland, is credited with inventing the first modern blackboard.[1]

Celebrate Libraries looks forward to explores other Bullentin Boards created at Libraries.