Sisters Alyssa Szymanski, 10, and Kaylee, 3, pumped air into a bottle “rocket” during the the Wautoma Public Library’s Science, Technical, Engineering, and Math (STEM) class on Feb. 22.
As varied as a box of Valentine’s chocolates, the Wautoma Public Library is offering an assortment of programs sure to make this month sweet.
Menominee Indian Spiritualist Ray Kaquatosh paid a visit to the Wild Rose Community Center to teach others about his story, tribe, and involvement in World War II and the Korean Conflict on Jan.
Each community takes pride in its library, and each library takes pride in its community. It is a symbiotic relationship that makes Waushara County Libraries unique. When queried, each director h
The Tea Workshop that was going to be held at the Wautoma Public Library on Jan. 7 has been rescheduled for Thursday, Jan 21.