WISCONSIN GERMAN EXPERIENCE EXHIBIT
NOW ON DISPLAY
The Max Kade Institute introduces a new traveling exhibit: “Neighbors Past and Present: The Wisconsin German Experience.” On fourteen panels that draw largely on images and resources from our Library and Archives, the exhibit covers German migration and settlement in Wisconsin, questions of ethnicity and identity in newly forged communities, and the cohesiveness of these communities over the decades, especially in times of economic crisis or war.

This 14-panel display is available anytime during normal library hours. Display panels are located at the beginning of the adult non-fiction collection and continue through the side of the building. Our display cases also feature information and artifacts from the Trinity Freistadt Historical Site.

STORYTIME LIVE
Recordings are available for 2 weeks after the Facebook Live date!
UPCOMING PROGRAMS & KITS
Our Winter & Spring Programming Brochure is here!
FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVE KITS
We will also have a variety of themed Grab & Go craft kits available in the lobby during regular library hours (first come / first serve). A new schedule will be posted each month.
Checkout some of our upcoming Grab & Go Kits!
Thank you to the Menomonee Falls Preschool Co-op for sponsoring this kit!
Thank you to the Friends of the Germantown Community Library for sponsoring our crafts kits for kids & teens/adults on Thursdays!
Thank you to North Shore Bank - Germantown for sponsoring our Recipe Club kits for kids & teens/adults on Fridays through April!
NEW DIGITAL MAGAZINES ARE HERE!!!

3,000+ titles are available with no limits or holds

All items can be checked out for free with your Germantown Community Library Card. 
DVDs AND MEDIA FOR SALE!
Children's & Young Adult books are on sale now through the end of March.

Sale tables will be updated weekly!
Stay Connected




Stay safe. Stay healthy. And thank you for continuing to support the library during this time by sharing & liking social media posts, using Curbside Pickup, accessing digital resources from home & visiting us at our phsyical building if you feel comfortable doing so. Please feel free to contact myself or a staff member if you have any feedback or suggestions.

Trisha Smith, Library Director
(262) 253-7760, ext. 2005
smithp@germantownlibrarywi.org