Baldwin Public Library

400 Cedar Street • P.O. Box 475 • Baldwin, WI 54002-0475 • (715) 684-3813

Events

Wednesday July 24, 2013

Special Program for our Summer Reading program.  All ages welcome, family event.

Learn about and see live reptiles of all kinds!   Yes, you can touch them!!

Tuesday July 30, 2013
Wednesday July 31, 2013

Dress like Waldo (or Wilma) if you want to, and all will participate in a Treasure Hunt around the library. 
Toddlers come at 9:30, K-5th grade at 10:30,     Pre-schoolers come at 6:30pm for Bedtime Storytime.

Thursday August 01, 2013

All ages are welcome for a free swim from 5-7pm!    Meet us at the Baldwin Pool, located outside near the high school, on the northeast side behind the little white bldg.  Address is 1000  13th Ave., and phone is 715-684-2994.  There is a separate shallow pool for younger kids or adults who want to just stick their toes in, and a larger pool.

Our friends from the Woodville Library will be joining us too!

 

Tuesday August 06, 2013

For younger kids, at the same time as the Duct Tape Crafts for grades 5 and up. 

With Rochel from the Greenhouse.

 

Special event designed for grades 6-12.  Try out these fun projects!

Note:  Date was changed from July 30th, and book was changed from the Fifth Wave, which we decided was inappropriate for this age group. 

Discuss the book with friends over snacks, then you can keep it!   Book is The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau and will be handed out ahead of time.    This exciting story is set in the year 2041, as twelve-year-old Lina trades jobs on Assignment Day to be a Messenger to run to new places in her decaying but beloved city, perha

Wednesday August 07, 2013

Special Program for our Summer Reading program.

Wed. Aug. 7thm, 10:30am, final event:   Special Guest Jim Birkel, "The Mad Scientist", brings a show of exciting experiments kids can help with, involving volcanoes, underground creatures, tectonic plates, and digging.  Prizes will be drawn.  All ages, whole family.


Thursday August 08, 2013

Join members of the local Historical Society at History Night, the second Thursday of each month in the Baldwin Library History Room.  Come with any history questions or just talk about what interests you.   Get assistance with searching of family history, or learn the new microfilm scanning machine.  Maybe you can identify the folks in some old pictures we have!

Friday August 09, 2013