Suburban Homesteading series begins with Community Supported Agriculture, to be presented by Jodi Schultz of Oakridge Farms on Monday, February 20th at 6:30 pm in the 1st floor Shattuck Community Room. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer.
February 14, 2017: Social Media 101: A Guide to Connecting Online
Join us for Tech Talk Tuesday to learn about a variety of tech topics! We will discuss everything from e-readers to social media to online security!
2nd Tuesday of each month, October to April
1:30 pm in the Aylward Room, located on the 2nd floor of the library.
All interested individuals are welcome to attend this free event, there is no registration required.
Get ready for the upcoming grilling season with the infamous duo Mad Dog and Merrill! Gain some tips from the experts and learn how to be a grilling pro with their workshop “BBQ 101”. Everyone from backyard beginners to seasoned grillers and encouraged to attend this entertaining workshop! No registration necessary.
So much of what we still enjoy in our community today had its start during what is known as the Progressive Era. Join the Neenah Historical Society to discover, “Life in Neenah’s Progressive Era” presented by Professor Steven Sheehan of UW-Fox Valley. In early May, the Society will be opening its newest exhibit, Making a Hometown – Life in Neenah’s Progressive Era. This hands-on, interactive exhibition will feature the story of how Neenah’s industrial leaders in the late 19th and early 20th centuries worked together with community building organizations to create the hometown we still enjoy today. Professor Sheehan will give an overview of some of the amazing things we’ve discovered about Neenah’s story during this time period.