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1000 Books Before Kindergarten
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Wednesday, September 13

1:45 PM


Explore different art styles in this free crafting program for youth ages 9-12. Snacks provided.

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Wednesday, September 20

1:45 PM


Jumpstart a love of reading with this book club for youth readers. Discuss what you are currently reading. Then play some games or enjoy a craft. Snacks provided

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Wednesdays, 10:30 AM

Storytime carpet

This interactive storytime includes early literacy fun with books, live music, fingerplays and body movement. Geared towards ages 0-3 with more songs and shorter books. 

Storytime is livestreamed on the library's YouTube channel for those who are unable to attend the in-person event.

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Second Tuesday of the month, 6:00 PM

Storytime carpet

Come and enjoy bilingual storytelling at the public library!

Join us for fun and learning as we read stories in English and Spanish. This activity is designed for children and families of all ages who speak both English and Spanish. Our goal is to encourage a love of reading and language learning in a fun and relaxed environment.

Children can hear stories told in both languages and learn new words and phrases. In addition, our storytellers will use visual aids, such as pictures and gestures, to make the stories more interactive and engaging for the children.

This program is made possible through a generous donation from the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region - Empowering Rural Communities.

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Chilton’s event will begin at 3:30 in the CMS Gym on Thursday, October 13.

Attendees will visit various tables & displays.

Visit one activity in each S*T*R*E*A*M and earn a treat.
S – Sound Sandwich / Balloon Magic
T – Virtual Reality / Turing Tumbler
R – Sphero Race / Dash
E – Keva plank Challenge / Pumpkin Catapult
A – 3D Art / Rubik’s Cube Mosaics
M – Tangrams / Addition Subtraction Bingo

These events are free to the public. Attend one, attend all!

Our purpose is to interest students in each part of STREAM: science, technology, robotics, engineering, art, and math. Our events are coordinated with the Wisconsin Science Fest.
Check out the WSF website for more info:

The New Holstein Public Library, Brillion Public Library, and the Chilton Public Library along with Chilton Public Schools are planning events for the whole county, October 11-13,

Pick up a free Science in a Bag STEM Kit (while supplies last) courtesy of the WSF at each public library.


Other events in our area this month include Cave Tours at Ledge View Nature Center:

Please share with any and all Calumet County residents.

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