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Week of January 15, 2018

Tuesday, January 16

MY LITTLE PONY (PG, 99 minutes )


After a dark force conquers Canterlot, the Mane 6 embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship to save their homeland.

Thursday, January 18

Every Thursday hone your ukulele skills with us for an hour to an hour and a half.

Bring music you're working on, something you're having trouble with, play a solo or a duet for the group, play along with your fellow ukers. All skill levels welcome!

We'll meet in the Story Time Room.

Everyone is welcome to attend library programs. There is no right way to join in! If accommodations are needed to participate, please contact the library administrative office at 920-886-6301 or by email at at least 24 hours in advance of the program.

Join the Neenah Historical Society at the Neenah Public Library as the Neenah Menasha Fire Rescue present a program on the history of fire fighting in our community. Interesting photos, artifacts, and stories will be part of this presentation. “The History of the Neenah Fire Department” is one of our “Making a Hometown” programs in our series on the history and stories of our great community.

For further information contact the Neenah Historical Society at 920-729-0244 or

History programs are sponsored by the Neenah Historical Society and co-sponsored by the Neenah Public Library

Friday, January 19

Wishing for a few more snowflakes this winter?  Enjoy your day off from school being creative and making these decorative snowflakes.  All supplies will be provided.  For ages 10 and up.

Saturday, January 20

Preserving watersheds is vital to the survival of eagles and other wildlife dependent upon this habitat.  Kelly will provide outreach and education regarding the Fox-Wolf River Basin, water quality, stormwater runoff, area conservation projects, and volunteer opportunities watershed cleanup and aesthetics.   A model will be used to simulate what happens, not only from run off into lakes and rivers, but with what happens to the water resources beneath our feet. 

Presentation by Kelly Reyer, Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance

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People of all ages are drawn to opportunities to observe this unique species that inhabits the Lake Winnebago System.  Thousands flock to river banks every spring to observe the spawning ritual or brave the cold in winter for the spearing season.  In many regions where sturgeon were once prevalent,  over harvest and loss of habitat negatively impacted most populations.  Despite declines through most of their range, lake sturgeon have remained abundant in the Lake Winnebago System.  Ryan’s presentation will outline the management activities undertaken by the DNR to protect and manage this culturally and ecologically important resource.

Presentation by Ryan Koenigs, DNR Sturgeon Biologist

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What types of invaders lurk in our waterways?  What impact do they have on native habitat and species? Chris will help participants identify aquatic invasive species (AIS) as well as share with us what we can do to help prevent them from spreading.  Learn what you can do through projects such as Citizen Lake Monitoring for AIS, Bait Shop Outreach, ProjectRED, phragmites monitoring, Purple Loosestrife Biocontrol, and many more! Do your part to help stop the spread of alien invaders in our region.

Presentation by Chris Acy, AIS Coordinator, Fox-Wolf Watershed Alliance.

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