June Art Display

Help us kick off our Summer Reading Program by participating in our Art Display.
Come to the library to get yourself a blank canvas starting June 1. Available while supplies last.
Design your art with an ocean theme. When you take your canvas home you can decorate it using any artistic medium (paint, crayon, collage, photographs, mixed media, etc.)
Bring it back by June 8 to be on display in the Library for the month of June.
Pick up date for artwork begins June 27.

Minivan Mozart Author Event

Coming this Saturday, May 14th at 10:30 am. Local family Chris, Tara, Zola, and Jasper Jay Geier will be coming to the Mayville Public Library to share their book “Minivan Mozart”. They will also lead a craft session to make a mini banjo using recycled materials. All ages are welcome to attend this family event that includes a reading of the book.
Summary from the publisher:
“He dances to the beat of his own sounds, and soon captures the admiration of everyone in town! Take a heartfelt journey with Mozzy, in Minivan Mozart, as he holds true to his strengths despite his challenges. This children’s book series embraces neurodiversity and celebrates the utilization of an individual’s strengths in education, family life, friendships, and personal goals.”

The Wonderful World of Garlic

Garlic is a tasty herb that has been used through the ages. Learn about its history, the many varieties grown in Wisconsin, and the types of garlic products available on the market. Through this presentation, you will also learn about the medicinal benefits of this wonderful herb, including how it can help your digestion, heart health, seasonal allergies, and more!

Teddy Bear Sleepover at the Library

Your Teddy Bear (or other stuffed animal) is invited to sleep over at the library. Bring in your stuffed friend to be dropped off for the night and make a craft from 6 – 7 p.m.

RSVP-ing your Teddy is required. Registration forms are available at the circulation desk.

Your buddy can be picked up on Thursday after 10:30 a.m

Please make sure that you can be without your stuffed friend for the night.

Windowsill Herbs with Carol Shirk

Most herb lovers agree that freshly grown herbs are much better than dried or purchased. However, winter tends to put a cramp in what can be grown outside. Take heart; several culinary herbs can be easily grown inside with little effort.
Join Certified Master Gardener Carol Shirk for tips on growing herbs, which ones will do best inside, and how to move them outside when the weather warms.