Check back soon for information on adult summer reading programs!
You and Your Dreams in 2015
Are dreams important? Can dreams change your life? The Portage Public Library is offering you the opportunity to learn more about the power of dreams as you re-evaluate your life in the New Year. Robert Thompson will be facilitating a group on “Dreams” at the Library. Mr. Thompson has previously taught a class on the history of dreams at MATC (Madison College). Some topics that could be covered include: the history of dreams through various cultures, dream interpretation, and documenting your own dreams. The first session was in the Tech Room of the library on Thursday, January 22 at 6:30. UPDATE: Due to high interest, the Dreams Group will continue to meet on a monthly basis. Meetings will be held on the first and third Saturdays of each month at 6:30PM at N9529 Monthey Road, 9 miles northeast of Portage. For any additional questions or for directions to the new location, please call facilitator Robert Thompson at telephone number 608-617-4439.
Job Search Club & Career Workshops
Every Wednesday in September & October
@ 1:00-3:00 pm
Includes interview skills and resume & cover letters
Chair Yoga is taking a summer break, but we hope to resume classes this September.
Thank you to everyone who participated and made the class so successful!
Mystery Lovers Book Club
Do you love a good mystery? Are you interested in reading and discussing mysteries with other like-minded people? Then sign up for our MYSTERY LOVERS BOOK CLUB. This is a daytime book discussion group with books chosen by the members. We meet at 1:30 to 2:30 the second Tuesday of the month here at the Library. New members always welcome--come and bring a friend!
Do you love a good mystery? Would you like to share your enthusiasm with like-minded people? Sign up for the library's MYSTERY LOVERS BOOK CLUB. This is a daytime book discussion group with titles chosen by participants. The group meets from 1:30 to 2:30 the second Tuesday of the month at the Library. Discussions lead by Sheril Lannoye, library adult programmer. New members are always welcome!
BASIC ONE-ON-ONE COMPUTER HELP is now available. Someone will be available to help with your computer questions. The type of help includes: using a mouse, searching on the Internet, job applications, setting up e-mail. Times are 10-11 am or 11-12 noon with Kelly on Tuesday & Thursday, 1:30- 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays & Thursdays with Sheril. Call 608-742-4959 to sign up or find out available dates .