Closed on Friday, December 6
Check out all the great adult & youth book groups each month.
Click here for more information
Wednesdays on October 9, November 13, and December 11 at 6pm
in the Lower Level Community Room
Join community poet, artist, and activist River Maria Urke for one or all three in a series of open mic poetry, spoken word, and storytelling events. Each event will feature one selected poet (TBA).
Sign-up the night of the event to read YOUR work!
Questions? Contact River at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The library will be closed for cleaning, staff training, collection maintenance, and technology updates.
December 9 -15
Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students (and everyone) to take interest in computer science.
Thursday, December 12 at 2pm in the Lower Level Community Room
Are you ready for the unexpected? This one hour presentation especially for seniors & their loved ones will teach simple ways for older internet users to prepare personal online account information in case of a personal health emergency or memory loss. Nancy Abrahamson, Dementia Care Specialist, St. Croix County Aging and Disability Resource Center, will join us for the presentation.
Thursday, December 12 at 4pm in the Lower Level Community Room
For kids, teens, or adults who are interested in learning to write or understand basic computer coding. Bring your own laptop, Chromebook, or tablet and headphones if possible. Library staff will help you get started using CODE.ORG.
Saturday, December 14 from 10am - 4pm in the Lower Level Community Room
Artemis is a bridge simulation game where 2 to 11 players become the crew of a spaceship. The game is played by a group of people who are in the same room working together to battle enemy forces and save allied ships and star bases. All ages. Bring your own Windows laptop or use one of ours.
Tuesday, December 31 at 11am in the Lower Level Community Room
Ring in the New Year with games, crafts, and a countdown at noon - along with a balloon drop at noon! For kids and families.
Second Mondays from 3:30 - 6:00pm - check for room location
Join us for an afternoon of creative, hands-on fun in our pop-up makerspace! We’ll feature art, tinkering, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) activities. Makers of all ages will create cool projects, try out new tools, and build new skills! Families, kids 10+ w/out an adult, and adults without kids are all welcome to attend!
By appointment, RSVP required
Call Cole at 715-426-3496 to RSVP
Trying to keep on top of technology is difficult. If you need help using a device, platform, or program and an online tech tutorial does not suit, we are willing to assist! Tech Help sessions are 30 minutes long. Beginners are encouraged to attend and you are welcome to bring your own device. Library staff works with you one-on-one (or in a small group) in the library. Reservations are required. Please call 715-426-3496 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Click here for more information.
The library has bird watching kits available for check out. Included in the kit are a backpack, binoculars, field guides, a checklist of common birds, and a journal for kids to make notes about what they saw. The backpacks are located in the children’s library. Bird watching is a great hobby for kids (or anyone) to take up. It costs nothing, can last a lifetime, and you don’t have to go any farther than your own backyard!
A book about River Falls in 1940s and '50s by Mark Wyman and Don Richards that begins where "Kinnickinnic Years" left off. Pick up a copy at the library for $15 or get a copy by mail.
What's going on at the library for kids and teens
What's going on at the library for grown ups
Nov 14 - DEC 19
Annual Quilt Show