Countdown is on to the launch of the Summer Reading Program. With the 50 th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing this year, we’ve set our sights on space. Sign up for the Race to Space Reading Challenge for all ages, and have a blast at the Launch Party on Fri., June 7 from 3 – 7 p.m.
Ignite your imagination this summer by making your own short sci-fi movie. It might be selected for screening at the Time Community Theater!
June 11 – Aug. 20
Tuesdays | 6:30 p.m.
End your busy day in Explorers Grove with a special story time for preschoolers. Children are invited to wear their pajamas and enjoy stories, songs and activities with their grown-ups.
Get ready to fill your beach bag with some fun reads. Our staff is recommending their favorites this month. 
There’s still time to register for the Challenge. Sign up at the library and receive a free art supply kit and instructions. Submit completed artwork by Sat., Aug. 31. 
Ginny Gross, Oshkosh Public Museum research assistant, has edited and interpreted the diary of Nancy Chandler Derby in the new book A World of Partings . Ginny discusses how she turned Nancy’s journals into a narrative about life, death, the Civil War and survival. Meet Ginny Gross on Mon., June 10 at 6 p.m. at the library.
Download the free Vamonde app onto your smartphone and take a 30-minute self-guided tour of Washington Avenue’s Neoclassical Historic District . Then, impress your friends with your insider knowledge of Oshkosh history. 
Until author George R.R. Martin finishes the final two books in his A Song of Ice & Fire series, you can “eat like a Lannister” using the Game of Thrones Cookbook available on Overdrive. Missing the gang in Westeros? Check out Seasons 1 through 7 on DVD/Blu-Ray or browse the catalog for a huge selection of GOT related items. 
Instantly stream movies, music, ebooks, audiobooks, TV and comics for free with your library card. Download the Hoopla app or visit Hoopla on the library’s website to get started.
When children read to dogs, the benefits are enormous.  R.E.A.D. Coordinator Mary Schultz shares how OPL’s Read to a Dog program is making a difference one child at a time.
S ummer Hours
Monday – Thursday
8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
June 11 & June 25
6 p.m.
Thurs., June 13 & Fri., June 14
1 p.m.
Grades 6 – 12
Fri., June 7 | 5 p.m.
Award-winning filmmaker
All ages
An Evening on the Avenue  
Many thanks to those who were there and to our community partners, City of Oshkosh Community Development and Parks Department / Seniors Center ; UW Oshkosh Theatre Department and River East Neighborhood Association . Download the Vamonde app and take the tour anytime. 
Don’t let an expired library card stand between you and all the great books, movies, streaming content and videogames you could be enjoying this summer. Call 236-5203 or stop by the library’s front desk.