Plan a few last-minute summer outings before summer turns to fall. We’ve got eight simple ideas to spark your imagination.
July 29 – Aug. 3
Bring your vision of an intergalactic future to life by helping Build a Space City under the Dome.
We’ve got cool picks for the hot days ahead.
John Jackson Miller, author of more than 100 comics and graphic novels, will be at OPL on Tues., Aug. 6 at 5:30 under the Dome to talk about plotting and scripting. In this interview, Miller shares his life-long love of comics, new releases and some favorite projects. 
Do something different this summer. Make a three-minute (or shorter) sci-fi movie either solo or with friends. Still undecided? This short movie and this one were created using simple programs available to you in the library’s Tech Lab. 
TumbleBooks offers a fresh take on reading. This free, online resource features animated talking picture books and read-along books (in English, Spanish and French!). Fiction, non-fiction and graphic novels are available for older readers
August is Happiness Happens Month . Celebrate joy with books from these four bestselling authors. 
Sat., Aug. 17
10 a.m.
All ages
The UW Oshkosh campus is home to fruit trees, berry bushes, vegetable and herb gardens. Thanks to UW Oshkosh Professors Kevin Crawford and Elizabeth Barron for leading a memorable library-hosted tour of the campus’s edible gardens. 
Free, online resources are available on the library’s website. Learn a language , trace your heritage , research a paper and more. All you need is your library card to get started.