The library’s spine-tingling Dark Stacks event springs to life at the end of the month. While last year’s after-hours tour focused on the work of Edgar Allan Poe, this year’s all new haunting resurrects totally twisted tales from the Brothers Grimm. 

If you have a draft or completed novel, get ready to take your narrative to the next level. We'll take advice from a New York literary agent and apply it to our own novels in this
6-week class. To register, call
236-5203 and ask for Ruth.

Lands We Share relates stories of Wisconsin farm life, including the Allenville Farm in Winnebago County.
In Their Own Words focuses on documents that illuminate experiences of German Americans in World War I.
Family Storytime is 30 minutes of books, music and the occasional teddy bear slumber party. It’s never too soon for kids to discover that learning is fun! 
Tues., Oct. 9 | Discussion begins at 6:15 p.m.
How does six quadrillion gallons of fresh water affect your life? Join our deep dive into the complex issues surrounding the Great Lakes and their impact. Articles provided to help you prepare for the discussion. 
Apple picking, all things pumpkin spice, the aroma of bonfires on the breeze… it’s a great time of year to pull out a quilt and read or watch a movie. See what library staff are recommending for the cozy season. 
Get texts when items are due , holds are ready to pick up – even renew items via text.
Instantly stream free movies, TV shows and music; download ebooks, audio books and comics. 
Starbucks debuted the pumpkin spice latte 15 years ago, and more than 200 million lattes later, the pumpkin floodgates remain open as companies search for their own spicy success story. Check out these products, treats and pumpkin-focused cookbooks!
Sat., Oct. 13 | 2 p.m.
Sat., Oct. 27 | 1 p.m.  
For Teens
Oct. 16-30 & Oct. 20
Kids of all ages

Amok! Amok! Amok! Celebrate a quarter century of the Sanderson sisters’ hijinks with a movie night at home. Then read the new Hocus Pocus book.