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Story Time

Story Time Is Back! Bring your littles in for stories, activities, and crafts. No registration required. Story times are held on the first and third Fridays of the month during the school year.    

Sourdough 101

SOURDOUGH 101: Wednesday, May 1st at 6:00pm. Am from Am's Cake & Bakes will give a beginners guide to sourdough. This is the same presentation that was presented at the Medford March Homeshow.                  ...


Saturday, April 13th at 10:30am. This farmer, chef, poet, author, and performer will cook up an interactive 'Silly Food' presentation of stories, poems, and humor. All Ages          

Adult Craft Night

Third Thursday of the Month at 6:30pm -- March 21st. March's craft will be a Carrot Door Wreath. No cost, goodwill donation appreciated. Registration Required. 16 or older, 12 and older if with an Adult. Class size is limited to 20. Look at "Events" under the...

Tea Party

CHILDREN’S TEA PARTY: Monday, May 13th at 6:00pm. Fancy Dress – Come in your Boa or Bow Tie for a Parent/Child tea party. Let staff know of any dietary restrictions, Library will provide a light meal of tea sandwiches and deserts. *Please note: some items will be...

Earth Day Activity

EARTH DAY ACTIVITY:  Saturday, April 20th, 10am-11:00 am. Stop by the library and plant seeds to grow your own Tickle Me Plant! WALK-IN PROGRAM Sponsored Program, in memory of Amelia.  

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P.O. Box 506
203 North First Street
Abbotsford, WI