Wautoma Public Library to host fun activities this Fall
As summer is drawing to a close, the Wautoma Public Library is making the Autumn transition as enjoyable and educational as possible. Wautoma Library will have a number of free programs for children, families, and adults.
On Tuesday, Sept. 4 from 5:30-6:30 p.m., you can learn the advantages of slow cookery and discover some new tasty recipes from UW Extension’s Family Living Educator, Mary Ann Schilling. The class is free for everyone and a light meal will be served. Please sign up by calling the library at 920-787-2988 or the UW Extension Office at 920-787-0416.
Storytime is back this year. On Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. beginning Sept. 12, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and babysitters of children any age are encouraged to bring their kids and join in the fun by hearing stories, making crafts, and playing with friends at the Wautoma Library. Storytime is geared toward children ages two to five, but everyone is welcome.
On Thursday, Sept. 20 at 5:30 p.m., let your creativity run amuck and make some terrible art at Bad Art Night the Sequel. Leave your skills at home. All supplies will be provided, including snacks. Everyone will get a chance to showcase their horrible creation and vote for their favorites. Winners will receive an awful prize and bragging rights.
On Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 5:30 p.m., join Linda Welty at another awesome cooking class. Linda will pass out recipe packets, demonstrate how to make some recipes, and allow you to sample these tasty treats featuring everyone’s fall favorite: Pumpkins. The class is sponsored by the library and donations, so it is free for you to attend. Space is limited, so call the Library at 920-787-2988 to sign up for Pumpkin Pizazz today.