Thank you to everyone who participated in the library’s first all ages Winter Reading Challenge. It’s been a thrill to read the book reviews from some of our adult participants! If you’re looking for your next great read, this list is full of inspiration from other library users.
On March 16 at 7 p.m., the Anytime Online Book Club is Live on Facebook. Librarian Michael McArthur and a guest will be reviewing fiction books and offering recommendations. Watch live or watch later. All videos are archived on our Facebook page. If you missed last month’s Zoom program, Capturing Your Family History hosted by local expert Michael Cooney, we’ve posted it to YouTube.
We love connecting with our community of readers, which is why you can find us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Tag your photos with #OPL and share how the library is a part of your life. You may be featured in one of our upcoming posts.
Dial-A-Story anytime and anywhere
Take a break from screen time and call (920) 770-2760 to hear one of our children’s librarians read a book. Listening to stories is a great way to help kids build their vocabulary skills and use their imaginations. Content is refreshed weekly, and you can call as often as you’d like! Visit the online catalog to check out your favorite Dial-A-Story books.
Who’s caught spring fever? In photographer Thomas Blanchard’s captivating time-lapse video, you can watch 21 different kinds of flowers go from buds to blooms in less than three minutes. Spring officially starts on Sat., March 20 and Daylight Savings Time goes into effect Sun., March 14.