Camp Fire USA Oneida Council is offering a baby-sitting course for boys and girls who are interested or already participating in baby-sitting for young children. The “I’m Taking Care” baby-sitting course offers professional procedures in emergencies, responsibilities and parenting skills, The lass shows kids how to prevent panic, use safety in the home, and have fun with the children they are babysitting.
The date for the class is Saturday, March 7th at the Crandon Public Library from 9 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The cost is $30 per student and includes a workbook and lunch. Registration, signed waiver and the $30 fee are due at the time of registration. Parents may register their children at the front desk of the library during our regular business hours. Enrollment is limited so please register as soon as possible.
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, the library will be holding a month long event called “BlindDate With a Book”. A selection of books have been wrapped in paper to conceal the book title and patrons are encouraged to select a book based on the clues written on the outside of the book.
Often, readers stick to one genre, or a particular author. By selecting a “blinddate”, patrons will have the chance to try something completely different, and possibly find a new favorite.
This event will be run the entire month of February, so be sure to stop in the library and get your “blinddate” book!
Kathryn Springer, daughter of Russ and Arlet Steel, recently released the book The Dandelion Field and rave reviews are pouring in on Amazon.com and Goodreads for this book with “small town secrets, resonating faith, and a poignant backstory” (Denise Hunter, bestselling author of Dancing with Fireflies)
(We are also pleased to announce that Kathryn Springer will be our guest of honor at a National Library Week program to be held on Thursday, April 16th. More details to follow)
The Crandon Public Library book club will meet on Thursday, February 12th at 2:00 p.m. to discuss the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio.
Wonder is a heart-warming tale of courage, strength, and kindness that will delight and move readers of all ages. August Pullman is just an ordinary kid, but he was born with a facial deformity that sets him apart from his peers. Formerly home schooled, August must enter the fifth grade at Beecher Prep. In turns heart-wrenching, hilarious, and inspiring, Wonder encourages all to “choose kind”.
The Crandon Public Library will be hosting a Women’s Concealed Carry Class on Saturday, February 28th from 8 a.m.to Noon. Mr. Alex Walrath will be providing training on the basics of Wisconsin’s concealed carry law and will issue certificates to those who successfully complete the training. Topics include firearms safety, safe carry considerations, legal implications of carrying a concealed firearm and CCW licensing in Wisconsin.
Individuals that have been convicted of a felony or domestic abuse crime will not be issued permits from the state. In addition, people that have a valid restraining order against them will not be issued a permit until the order expires.
The cost of the class is $80.00 per student or $70.00 dollars each if you & a friend register together. The permits will cost an additional $40.00. Please register at the library by February 24th in order to participate. Registration does require a valid photo identification card and you must be at least 18 years of age to participate.