We have all the supplies needed! Create your own stop-motion animation using Legos, Play-dough, paper, crayons (or whatever materials you would like to bring in to explore).
We have Ipods loaded with stop-motion apps, lighting & back drops.
***These rotating Makerspaces are provided by the Library Service and Technology Act, a federal grant program for libraries in Wisconsin. All federal library funding is threatened to be eliminated in the 2018 federal budget. Please voice your support for libraries in this unknown fiscal time.
Summer Reading Program 2017
Tuesdays: 2:00 p.m.
June 6: MUSIC by Bob Beech
June 13: VISIT with Mallard the Duck, mascot of the Madison Mallards baseball
June 20: TOUR Argyle’s EMS Ambulance
June 27: CRAFT with Kathy Olmstead
July 4: NO PROGRAM
July 11: HIKE @ Erickson Wetlands –
Storywalk by Driftless Area Conservancy
July 18: PLAY all ages Bingo. Prizes and snacks
All-ages Summer Reading Challenge
Please note book title and date in each completed square.
Read your way to “BINGO” then bring card to the library for coupons to local businesses!
| B I N G O
|Read a book off a library display
||Read a biography or memoir
||Read an old favorite
||Bring a friend to the library
||Read a book that was
|Choose a book because of its cover
||Attend a library
|Read a book about a place
you’ve never been
|Read under a tree
||Read a book about history
|Attend a library
|Read a magazine or newspaper
||Read with an animal by
|Read a best-seller
||Read a book based on a true story
||Read something online
||Read a graphic novel or comic
||Read with someone younger than you
|Read in a car
||Read a book that is part
of a series
|Read a book from your
you’ve never read before
|Visit a library you’ve never been to before
||Recommend a book to a friend
SUMMER BOOK SALE & SILENT AUCTION
May 22 – May 31 SILENT AUCTION. Woodford State Bank, Argyle
June 2 & 3 HUGE BOOKSALE. All items by donation. First National Bank, Argyle
The library will hold a silent auction from May 22-June 1 in the lobby of the Woodford State Bank, Argyle. From there, the auction will move to finish at our annual book sale June 2 & 3 at the First National Bank, Argyle. We have books of all genres, all sold by donation offerings.
The library largely relies upon donations and generous community members. We look forward to seeing you!
The Makerspace Sewing Machine kit has arrived! Drop by on Mondays from 2-8 to work on simple patterns provided or bring your own materials and projects to work on. We will have this kit through June 30th (Note that sewing machine provided is much more modern than pictured!!)
Status of the American Economy
By John Waelti, Economist and Monroe Times columnist
Wednesday April 26th 4pm
John Waelti’s brings his extensive economic knowledge to discuss the present economic state from the Great Recession to now. He will cover key indicators, recovery, existing economic recovery, thoughts about future trends and more.
Waelti was born and raised on a dairy farm in Monroe, was on the Agricultural Economics Faculty of University of Minnesota (1967-1990), taking leave to serve as Economic Advisor to Assistant Secretary of the Army in Washington DC. He also served as a visiting professor to University of Nairobi, Kenya, and as head of the Department of Agricultural Economics in New Mexico State University and Sultan Qaboos University in Oman.
Come celebrate Earth Day and hear more about the Pecatonica Pride Watershed Association, a collaboration of community groups, farmers, fishers, landowners and river lovers pulling together to improve and promote the Pecatonica River and its trout streams between Blanchardville and Argyle, WI.
Note that this program is at CENTRAL 52 CAFE , 300 E Milwaukee St, Argyle, WI 53504
A discussion on
Indian Trail Marker Trees
Tuesday April 4th 4pm @ the Argyle Public Library
Richard Dieter has spent the last 60 years researching Lewis & Clark, early mountain men and subsequent pioneers. By accident in 2014 while researching the 30 murders in Richland County history, he stumbled onto an Indian trail marker tree. He has located 15 Indian trail marker trees in the following years.
Since then he has been on radio stations, published articles and given talks in southwest Wisconsin on this subject. He has worked with Professor Evan Larson of UW Platteville in having them aged thru tree ring boring. He has also worked with David Greentree of the Ho-chunk Nation on this project in an attempt to revive the tradition of how, why and type trees were formed.
Dieter spent his childhood and high school years farming in the Ithaca area. He now splits his time between South Elgin, Il and Richland County .
Dieter welcomes any information about further sites of these vanishing markers.