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  1. Book Walk: Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner

    January 6, 2021, 10:00 AM - January 30, 2021, 3:00 PM

    The next time you stop by the Library, spend some time reading a story through the windows outside of the Children's Department. Scan the QR code on the final page to access fun activities related to the book! January 6 - January 30: Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner

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  2. Take and Make Craft for Little Kids

    January 11, 2021, 10:00 AM - January 16, 2021, 3:00 PM

    Best suited for children ages 3 - 5. One kit per child. Craft kits will be available at the curbside pickup table starting Monday, January 11 through Saturday, January 16, or while supplies last. No registration is required, but quantity is limited. This month's craft is a melting snowman project.

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  3. Virtual Memory Cafe: Winter Take and Make

    January 14, 2021, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM @ Virtual Program

    Memory cafés are social gatherings for those who are experiencing early stage dementia, mild memory loss, or mild cognitive impairment (MCI), and for their families, friends, or care partners.

    Register at librarymemoryproject.org by January 5 to receive a craft kit via curbside service at MFPL. You will then be sent a Zoom link on the day of the program to participate. We will work on our crafts together and talk about winter and the New Year!

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  4. African American History in Wisconsin with Clayborn Benson

    January 14, 2021, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Virtual Event

    Co-sponsored by Pauline Haass Public Library, Oconomowoc Public Library, and Menomonee Falls Public Library. Historian Clayborn Benson will give a presentation via Zoom on Wisconsin's African American History from the 1650s-1970s, covering the impact African Americans had on Wisconsin's inception as a state, contributions made to the nation's Civil Rights struggle, and how Wisconsin laws and policies shaped life for African Americans with an emphasis on voting rights, economic independence, and quality housing. Clayborn Benson is the founding Executive Director of the Wisconsin Black Historical Society/Museum in Milwaukee. Benson was an award-winning photojournalist at TODAY'S TMJ4 for 39 years and also produced the documentary Black Communities. Registration is required for this program and opens December 14. Attendees will need an email and Zoom account to view this event. The password and link to join will be emailed the afternoon of the program.

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