Wisconsin's master storyteller and historian talks about his latest book, Wisconsin Agriculture : a history. The richly illustrated release from the Wisconsin Historical Society Press chronicles Wisconsin farming and its evolution over time in a way that will appeal to history buffs, devotees of the state’s agricultural heritage, and those who simply appreciate a good story.
How does Social Security fit into your life? This program will cover:
- Who is eligible and how to apply
- How benefits relate to retirement and Medicare
- Disability and Supplemental Security income
- How benefits fit into your life
Presenters: Kelly Page and Jackie Gellings, Oshkosh Social Security Office.
There will be time for Q&A following the presentation.
Located in the Lower level meeting room.
A long-time fan of romantic suspense, local author Beth Ann Ziarnik’s first novel, Her Deadly Inheritance, has all the twists and turns, cliffhangers and romantic tension, that she and other readers of this genre have come to love. Beth will talk about her transition from reader to writer and how she crafted the story that brings together her back-from-the-dead heroine, Jill Shepherd, and Special Forces handyman Clay Merrick.
Join a Summer Reading Program at the library for kids, teens & adults. Registration for the 2016 Summer Reading Programs begins Tuesday, May 31. Stop in at the library to register. Special summer events are planned for kids and teens.