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117 E. Main St.
Brandon, WI 53919

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Book Suggestions

 

I’m always interested in know what people are reading or want to read.

 

Please fill in on any good books or movies you’ve read or watched and what you want to see at the library, I’m always open to suggestions.

 

E-mail: Ross@brandonlibrary.net or stop in anytime with requests.

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Available for patron checkout

The eReaders are ready for checkout! All three are preloaded with an assortment of books but you can also checkout our online catalog of digital books available for download here: Wisconsin Public Library Consortium.  So get your name on the Hold List and make sure you bring your Library card and driver's license for first time nook checkout.

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Simple Touch

Date                   Challenge

July 21                Outer Space

August 18           Cartoon Build

September 15     School Daze

October 20         Sports

November 17      Name Creations

December 15      Holiday Happenings

The LEGO Club is open to all and is held on the third Monday of each month from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

No registration is required.  Children under age 5 must be accompanied by an adult.  Call 920-346-2350 for more information.

SIGN UP TODAY

All families with children age birth to 4 are encouraged to sign up for 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten.  

This free program, made possible through a grant from Target, encourages you to read 1,000 books with you child before he or she enters school – a goal experts say children need to help them learn to read for themselves.

 

One of the best ways to encourage learning is to spend time sharing books every day.  Reading together helps develop important pre-reading skills that provide a solid reading foundation – a key to school and learning success.  Plus, sharing stories together is fun!

 

Easy, sign up today-

Receive a free folder, book bag, and reading record sheet.  Then, start reading.  Prizes are earned along the way.

 

This club has no end date except your child’s going to school, so don’t feel rushed – just enjoy the experience!  Take every chance you have to read with your children, tell and talk about stories, say nursery rhymes, sing songs, and attend library programs.  By reading just three stories a day you and your child will have read over 1,000 books in one year.  You will also have shared many special moments along the way.

 

The library is a fun place featuring books to check out, free programs and great suggestions for what to read.  Stop in often and talk to our friendly staff – we are here to help.

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3D Printer update:

The library is upgrading the printer’s nozzle to increase the longevity of the machine.  The company has been contacted for the new part.  As soon as it comes in and gets installed, the machine will be available for public use.  As before, all users of the 3D printer must attend a workshop.        Because we don’t have a time of arrival for the new part, we cannot set up the workshop dates at this point.  We are hopeful it will be ready this month, so we’ll keep you up to date via Facebook and website or stop in to ask anytime.  If not already, friend us on Facebook, we are “Brandon Library”.

August Events: Open to the Public

 

August 4: Book Club; discussing Abide With Me by Elizabeth Strout at 7:00 p.m.

August 6-7: Stop by our booth at the Alto Fair

August 18: LEGO Club; freestyle LEGO building, show your creative side from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

August 23: Operation Migration program at 10:00 a.m. with snacks; Become educated before the Whooping Crane Festival, Sept. 12-14 in Princeton.  Learn about the how the whooping crane   population was saved through the use of ultralight aircrafts, training just 30 miles away.