The 30th Annual Sundae Thursday Celebration. Celebrating the birthplace the of the Ice Cream Sundae in 1881 when chocolate sauce was used to make ice cream sodas at Ed Berners' soda fountain at 1404 15th Street, Two Rivers, Wisconsin.
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Titled “The World at Our Fingertips”, it features the work of 22 talented artists from around the world and from various walks of life. All use what amounts to an iPhone as their creative medium. Basically, they use their fingertip on a small computer screen. In addition to this “revolutionary” medium they’ve all met through Flickr, the social photo network, not in a cafe in Paris (though they’d like that, too). They interact constantly without ever meeting and in some cases not even speaking the same language. They encourage and challenge each other.
Join animal enthusiast Ryan Revak for an afternoon with live animals that spend their time in or around water!A fountain of information, Ryan will share everything he knows about turtles and frogs, including which make the best pets and how to take care of them.This program is geared for children of all ages, no registration required.
Stories, crafts and games on Monday afternoons at Mishicot Village Park. Rain or shine, participants may check out books and participate in the summer reading program. Fun for the whole family. Please wear tennis shoes as we will be playing group games each week. June 21: Hooray for Fish June 28: Pirates Ahoy
Join musician extraordinaire Tom Pease for an outdoor concert on our front lawn.With movement, sign language, humor and joy, Tom creates concerts that leave audiences laughing and singing.Fun for the whole family. In the case of rain, this program will move indoors. Check out some of Tom’s recordings at the library.
Story Circles are a time for people of all ages to recall memories, reminisce and share history and life experiences orally. Share forgotten details with your peers or bring history to life for a younger generation. Come share your story and listen to others share theirs. This month’s topic: Births– Were you born at home? Did relatives come to help out your mother after you were born? Do you remember any of your siblings being born? Were you baptized right away or later on? Was there a big celebration? Refreshments will be provided. No registration necessary. See Susie at the Reference Desk for details or call 793-7114.