We had so much fun at the Library Fun Night! There was face painting by Rockfacepaint, ice cream and cheese from A-OK 4H of Dodge Co, two craft projects , a lego build station and a STEM project (sponsored by the Friends of the Mayville Library). We had a great turnout! Thanks to all the volunteers who helped. We couldn’t have done it without you!
The July adult book club discussion will be on Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at 6:30 pm. July’s book club selection is “The Promise of Stardust” by Priscille Sibley. Copies of the book can by picked up at the library circulation desk or on the book club shelf. We usually have regular print, large print and audio book formats available.Click here to find out more about this novel.
post updated: 6/20/2018
Summer Reading 2018 is ready to begin. This year’s theme is “Libraries Rock”. Stop at the library on or after June 4 to pick up a reading log. Keep track of your reading each week and then bring your log to the library (starting June 18) to receive a prize. We are also kicking off summer reading with a Library Fun Day on Wednesday, June 20 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm. There will be face painting, ice cream by A-OK 4H, crafts, legos, and a STEM project. Stop by that night for the fun!
On Wednesday, May 16, 2018, Alixe Bielot, Library Director, Mayville Public Library and Sheila Steger, Children’s Librarian, Mayville Public Library accepted a generous donation from the Mayville Auxiliary Unit 69. Seven children’s picture books and two stuffed animals (to be used with two of the books) were presented by Judy Pfalzgraf, Mayville Auxiliary Unit 69 President, Mary Ann Ballback, Mayville Auxiliary Unit 69 Poppy Chairman and several other auxiliary members. These items were purchased from the Auxiliary Poppy Sales as a way to give back to the Mayville community. Carolyn Mathews, a member of the Mayville Auxiliary, read one of the donated books to the children during both story time programs at the library that day. Mayville Public Library would like to thank the Mayville Auxiliary for this wonderful donation. The children of Mayville and the surrounding community will enjoy these books for many years to come.