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New Richmond, 54017
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New Richmond Wisconsin 127 South Knowles Avenue 54017

We are crawling with bugs!

Stop by to see our live ant farm and watch our hungry caterpillars eating and growing.

Thank you to the Berends family for bringing in the chrysalis that we have in the display case. It will be exciting to see what type of butterfly or moth hatches from it.

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We have many children who have "Caught the Reading Bug" and have completed their ten hours of reading. We even have some that have completed the requirements twice.

Last week we provided a "Bug Club" craft project. Children had the choice whether to make a spider, caterpillar, lady bug or bug club sign craft.

Last Thursday evening we had a great turnout for our henna art and face painting with Zaney Janey from Check It Out despite the severe weather sirens going off just as we were getting started!

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The new Building Fund-raising Committee will meet Monday, July 21, from 6-7 p.m.

If you are interested in helping the Fund-raising committee they will be meeting at Badlands Golf Course every other Monday to plan the Fund-raising golf outing scheduled for Sept. 13. They are also accepting donations for prizes for this event.

Contact Katy Kapaun 749-3345 or the library for more information.

What's new

Here is a list of a few new adult non-fiction books: "A Memoir by Larry McMurtry," "Escape from Andersonville," by Gene Hackman, "Fuzzy Navel," by J.A. Konrath and "Midnight Twins," by Jacquelyn Mitchard.

Stop by to check out the other new selections; we have too many to list!

Computer games

"Jump Start," "Blue's Clues," "Dr. Seuss," "Getting Ready for Kindergarten," Disney's "Cars" and "Shrek" are a few of the titles.

We also now will be getting the River Falls Journal each week. It will be on display to read on the side of the magazine shelf.

Reading bug

The calendar of events for "Catch the Reading Bug!" June 10-Aug. 1.

You must register in the Summer Reading Program and sign up to attend the events.

Remember kids, every time you stop in to check something out you will get a ticket to enter in the drawings.

• Week of July 15-18: Butterfly Craft Stop in any time this week if you signed up to make this craft.

• Week of July 22-25: Last week to turn in reading logs and sign up for drawings.

• Thursday, July 31, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. End of the program party with Bruce the Bug Guy! If you complete the program, you will be invited to attend this fun party!

Optional Activities

Photography Contest: ages 6 and up (due 7/23), Incentive Game: ages 7 and up (due 7/25) and Book Reviews: ages 8 and up (due 7/25). Information is included in the brochure given at registration.

Book Club: Tonight, Thursday, July 17, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. We will be discussing "Eat, Pray, Love," by Elizabeth Gilbert. The book club has chosen the book "Al Capon Does My Shirts," by Gennifer Choldenko for their August selection.

Summer hours

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Thursday 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Closed every Monday and Saturdays from Memorial Day-Labor Day.

107 West Main Street, Roberts, WI 54023. Phone: (715) 749-3849

Hazel Mackin Community Library Web site: www.robertspubliclibrary.org

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