Start the New Year right with 1 Touch Organizing founder Sara Campana at the Neenah Public Library, January 18th from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, in the library’s Shattuck Room. Professional organizer Sara Campana will explain the importance of decluttering your home and provide tips on how to create a more organized and relaxing living space. Learn the secrets behind Marie Kondo’s bestselling book “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” and how to establish a more organized living space. No registration required.
Thursday, December 8, 6:30pm: Special Christmas edition of Coloring with the Classics This special event will feature traditional Christmas tunes and holiday themed coloring pages.
The first church established in Neenah was the First Presbyterian in December of 1848. Neenah was little more than a wilderness outpost at that time. Join the Neenah Historical Society on Thursday, February 16th at 7 p.m. at the Neenah Library when Presbyterian historian, Jack Speech, presents “The History of Neenah’s Presbyterian Church.” Over the many years of its existence, the First Presbyterian Church has provided a spiritual home to countless Neenah residents. This insightful presentation will link Neenah’s history with the Presbyterian Church history to give the audience a better understanding of our community’s story.
Many of Neenah’s young people hold Camp Onaway and the Boys’ and Girls’ Brigade among their fondest memories of growing up in Neenah. In fact, over 8,000 adults are Brigade alumni! Join the Neenah Historical Society on Thursday, January 19th at 7 p.m. at the Neenah Library when the former Director of the Boys’ and Girls’ Brigade, Tom Hoare, presents “The History of the Brigade.” The Brigade has been building leaders in Neenah since 1900, and we’ll be re-living some of the highlights of the Brigade experience at this special program.
The history programs are sponsored by the Neenah Historical Society and co-sponsored by the Neenah Public Library.