To Register For
THE 2013 SUMMER READING PROGRAM!
You can register online for the summer reading program right here
, right now.
You can also come into the library to register and pick up a reading record on Wednesday, June 5.
Thank you to all of the generous sponsors of our summer reading program!
We would like to thank the following businesses for their sponsorship of our summer reading program. We hope you will take a moment to stop in, call or write them to thank them for all they do for Monona children and families.
(In alphabetical order)
AmericInn of Monona
Angelo’s Family Restaurant
Buffalo Wild Wings
Eugster's Farm Market
Fraboni's of Monona
Friends of the Monona PL
Glass Nickel Pizza
Hometown News Group/ Herald Independent
Madison Embroiderer's Guild
Madison Monona Lioness Club
Monona State Bank
Noodle's & Company
Schuster's Playtime Farm
South Central Library System
Starbucks of Monona
The Weinberger Family
Check out the Great Events & Activities
Yarn Crafts: Finger Knitting
Friday, Jun. 21, 1 pm
For ages 9 to 14 years old.
Finger knitting, also known as finger weaving, is a great way to spend your free time when you need something fun to do.
And when you're finished, you'll have a beautiful rope of yarn that you can use for lots of different things, such as key ring rope,
hair decorations, a belt, or bag handles. Register in advance here
Wed. June 26 @ 6 pm
Untangle yourself with Zentangles! Zentangles is an easy to learn, relaxing, and fun way to create
beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Register in advance online
, by phone or in person.
We Come from the Land Down Under: A Wednesday @ One Family Event!
July 10 @ 1pm
Meet Wildflower Dundee and her mate from the outback, Lenny the Lizard!
Don't miss all the science, stories, silliness & songs that we can dig up about tubers, bulbs, and roots. Unearth the facts, folklore, fables & fantasy of the food that grows down under with entertainer and educator Wildflower. I can dig it, you can dig it, can you dig it?
For 20 years Wildflower has dug into the history and humor of plants and people. She lived out back in the bush of Dundee, WI for 6 years. Her rescue lizard has it's roots in Australia and is the inspiration for this program for all ages! Register here
Give Peace A Chance
Tuesday, Jul. 16, 6:30 - 8 pm
Drum Circle! Live Music! Cake! Enjoy an evening of peaceful celebration. Elmore Lawson will lead a drum circle (instruments provided) and Ken Lonnquist will provide live music and stories.
We will be presenting the members of Girl Scout Troop 63 with a plaque commemorating their gift of the Peace Pole by the Nichols Road entrance to the library. In 2008 the members of Troop 63 sold paper cranes in order to raise money for the Peace Pole. Register here.