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Pinterest Craft Club for adult crafters has been a huge hit! Join in on this kid-free, creative hour at the library on the third Thursday of every month at 6 P.M. The focus of this month’s event, held on May 16th, will be DIY ceramic coasters. Participants will be able to embellish their ceramic coasters with scrapbooking paper, stamps, or alcohol ink staining.
Participants will need to call ahead to register. (920) 748-6160.
**Important Information** Participants will need to bring a photo produced by a laser printer on computer paper. If participants do not have access to a laser printer at home, they will be able print their photo the evening of the program. Wood pieces will be provided to fit standard size photos (4x6), if you wish to bring your own piece of wood, you are welcome to do so.
Please call ahead to register, if at all possible, so that we have an idea of how many supplies to purchase. (920) 748-6160.
Attention all college-bound high school juniors and seniors! Are you planning ahead for the college admissions process? Attend the Applying to College and Acing the Admissions Process Workshop on Tuesday, April 23 at 6 P.M.
Advisors of Great Lakes, a premier college lending institution, will help students learn what to expect when completing college applications. From what to keep in mind when choosing a college to tips and best practices for applications and essay writing, Great Lakes will cover the gamut at this free workshop!
Contemporary concerns about health, the environment, animal welfare, social justice, and national security have created a groundswell of interest in alternative agriculture and diet. On Thursday, April 25th at 6 P.M, Allen explores the pleasures and benefits of sustainable eating and offers resources for those who want to eat more responsibly and deliciously. She clarifies terms like “eco-gastronomy,” “food shed” and “food miles” and explains why and how more and more people are supporting small-scale, organic food production and practicing local, seasonal cooking. Illustrating Wisconsin as a leader in the sustainable foods movement, Allen details such phenomena as subscription farms, community gardens, local food challenges, sustainable restaurants, agritourism, and eco-labeling. Information on local resources will be provided, making the link from consumer to regionally produced foods.
Terese Allen, a native of Green Bay, has written scores of books and articles about the pleasures and benefits of regional foods, sustainable cooking, and culinary folklore. Allen serves as food editor and columnist for Organic Valley Family of Farms, the country’s largest organic farmers’ cooperative, and is a food columnist and editorial consultant for Edible Madison magazine.
This program is part of the Friends of the Library's Annual Meeting. It will be preceded by a business meeting at 5:30 PM in the Silver Creek Room. Both meetings are open to the public and all are welcome and encouraged to attend!