Adult Program

Coloring with the Classics

Join the coloring book craze at the Neenah Public Library! Hosted in the Shattuck Community Room, the Coloring with the Classics program will offer patrons a creative yet relaxing experience. The library will offer several trendy new coloring books along with colored pencils. Work on your masterpiece as you listen to a classical music piano performance. This is an all ages event.

Date of Event: 
Nov 3 2016 - 6:30pm

Windows 10 Bootcamp

Windows 10 Bootcamp Workshop

Whip your computer skills into shape! Join us for a workshop to focus on learning and mastering basic computer skills using Windows 10. We will discuss how to navigate and access e-mail, websites, downloads, uploads and more! The workshop will take place on Wednesday, November 16 at 1:30 pm in the Aylward Room. All ages and skill levels are encouraged to attend this class, registration is required and space is limited.

Please contact the Adult Services Desk to register for this program by phone: 920-886-6315, e-mail:  or stop by the adult reference desk to register in person.

Date of Event: 
Nov 16 2016 - 1:30pm

Wisconsin's Most Haunted

October 17th, at 6:30 in the Neenah Public Library’s Shattuck Room, discover another side of Wisconsin with paranormal expert and author Craig Nehring from Fox Valley Ghost Hunters. Nehring will discuss his new book “Wisconsin's Most Haunted”. The book explores Wisconsin’s famous haunted locations. Learn about first hand encounters with the unexplainable with Nehring and his team of investigators. Join us if your dare. No registration necessary.

Date of Event: 
Oct 17 2016 - 6:30pm

The Mill: On Memoir Writing

Jill Swenson will discuss memoir writing as part of a series of talks sponsored by The Mill: A Place for Writers and the Neenah Public Library.

Jill Swenson, Ph.D., is a developmental editor and literary representative who recently moved from New York to Appleton. Swenson Book Development LLC is a boutique agency which represents a broad range of authors writing memoir, narrative nonfiction, children’s picture books, middle-grade fiction, art/photography, poetry, and YA.  With a Ph.D. from The University of Chicago and 30 years of teaching, editing, and coaching writers, Jill is an author’s advocate.

Date of Event: 
Nov 19 2016 - 3:00pm


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