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Join our lecture series this month as we discuss pruning smaller trees and shrubs with confidence.
John Singleton Copley was ‘the’ portrait painter of the American Revolution during the Romantic period of art history. He captured the shrewdness of character of our iconic American forefathers and foremothers in pairing the grand portraiture of English style with the exacting authentic detail of his Dutch contemporaries. His portraits conveyed “the plain, exulted vision” of the young Republic in search of a style in which antiquity was American’s destiny.
This program will survey the life and works of the American painter of portraits and historical subjects, widely considered the finest artist of colonial America. Presented by Professor Karri Fritz-Klaus of Cornerstone History Symposium.
Join us for the first lecture in a five part series “The Great Awakening: Painters of America.” Mark your calendars for all five presentations from October through February (10/3, 11/7, 12/5, 1/9, 2/6). All programs begin at 6:30 p.m. Free to attend. No registration required.
A young mermaid makes a deal with a sea witch to trade her beautiful voice for human legs so she can discover the world above water and impress a prince. PG, 135 min.
A matinee film series for adults. On the first Friday of every month, a new release movie is screened in the O'Neill Room at 1:00 p.m. Skip the wait list and see it on a big screen! Everyone's invited, and bring a friend. Popcorn and water provided. Movie ratings and contents vary. Not all movies will be suitable for all audiences. Free admission, no RSVP needed.
A story time for families will be presented one evening per month. Join Kathy for a lively mixture of stories, puppets, and music for ages 3-7.
Do you understand how Social Security works? Have you wondered what the difference between full, early, and delayed benefits are? Join AARP’s free Social Security workshop. This workshop focuses on building an understanding of the implications of Social Security claiming decisions. You will discover what Social Security is, how to secure your benefits, as well as the future of Social Security. Build confidence in making a decision that is right for you! This workshop is more beneficial for those participants who have not yet started collecting their Social Security benefits. Presented by AARP Wisconsin. No registration is required.
A robotics demo from the DSHA and MUHS team! Recommended for students of all ages. No registration needed.
Pruning is a combination of science and art. Learn some valuable pruning tips for creating good structure and form for your plants from August Hoppe, certified arborist and president of Hoppe Tree Service.
Join us for the second program in the Elm Grove Beautification Committee Winter Lecture Series, with partner support from the Elm Grove Library. Free to attend. No registration required.
This story time meets in the O'Neill Room downstairs for 20 minutes of interactive stories and songs followed by playtime with special toys. Ages 1-3 years.
This story time meets in the story room at the library for 30 minutes of stories, songs and other early literacy activities. Ages 3-5 years.
Participants will spend time designing and building with Legos, Keva Planks, Ozobots, and more. No registration required. The library will provide all materials. Recommended for grades K-5.
Join us for a horror-themed show of performance and storytelling with magician William Pack. In an interactive evening of spooky fun and magic, Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, M.R. James, and Shirley Jackson jump off the page and provide inspiration for 60 minutes of spine-tingling magic and spellbinding stories. Experience thrilling action that will leave you amazed…that is, after you stop screaming and laughing. Free to attend. No registration required.