September is National Library Card Sign-up Month. Can you name at least seven free perks that come with being a card holder?  
Summer Reading Wrap-up 
Thanks to everyone who took part in Mission 2019: A Universe of Stories Summer Library Challenge. It was a blast! A special thanks to our volunteers for helping with events and summer reading sign-ups in the Children’s Department.
See what our staff is recommending this month.  
What’s the truth behind the CBD hype? Dr. JJ Allen, lead pharmacist at Hometown Pharmacy on Sawyer Street in Oshkosh, and Sean Casey RD, CISSN, discuss five things you should know about CBD products.
The library’s September – November Calendar of Events is now available in print and online .  
The viral Facebook event “ Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us ,” has received more than 2 million RSVPs from extraterrestrial enthusiasts. Invade the library to learn more about this top-secret military base
On Fri., Sept. 6 at 4:30 p.m., we’re kicking off a new book club for kids ages 9 – 11. Eat pizza, enjoy hands-on activities and help us plan future club activities.   We’ll also have books to check out for next month’s discussion . Bring your library card , or get one while you’re here.
Weekly storytimes for infants through preschoolers return Mon., Sept. 9 in the Lower Level Meeting Room. Join us for books, activities and social time with other kids and grown-ups. 
Inspired by the bestselling children’s book series, the movie version of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark recently opened in theaters. If spine tingling tales are your favorite, Overdrive has eight haunting recommendations.
Sept. 9 – Nov. 25
Mondays | 4 – 5:15 p.m.
Call 236-5208 to register
your child. 
Fri., Sept. 6
4:30 p.m.
Grades 6 – 12
Wed., Sept. 4
6:30 p.m.
Using the tools and equipment in the library’s Tech Lab, the Girls Who Code class collaborated on a sci-fi movie for the library’s It Came from Oshkosh
Sci-Fi Film Festival. Watch now .  
The library is closed on Mon., Sept. 2 in honor of Labor Day.