Director's Blog

Young Readers Book Clubs Return!

I'm so happy to announce the return of the Young Readers Book Clubs.  We have two book clubs that will meet 3 times during the summer - June July and August/  Always on a Thursday afteroon, the Younger Readers (7-10 years old) will meet from 3-4 pm and the Young Readers (11-14) will meet from 4-5 pm on the same day.  Snacks will be available, and the book selections will be available from the library soon.  Our awesome Volunteer and Friend of the Library, Linda Tappa, will be hosting the book clubs. 

 

 

Jerry Apps' newest DVD -  The Land  is in stock the library!  They are all signed by the notorius famous Jerry Apps, and The Friends of the Library (FPML), will send you one for just a $25.00 donation or mix and match any two of Jerry's  DVD's - Jerry Apps:  A Farm StoryA Farm Winter with Jerry Apps, or The Land with Jerry Apps for just a $45.00 donation, or donate  $60.00 and get all three shipped for free (must be to the same address, these are a fund raiser, after all!).  Prices are lower if you come to our library!

Just call us at 920-622-3835!

 

The Art of Reubey S. Fewrris, mother to Wild Rose resident Mary S. Gilbert, will be displayed at the Patterson Memorial Library throughout the month of June, along with the captivating story of Ferris's life.  Her art spans many years and two conitnents, an much of her local art was done from vistas she found around Hancock. 

 

Please come in and enjoy these beautiful paintings!

 

Our Patron Policy and Procedures was adopted by the Library Board of Trusteees on June 22, 2015.  We are putting them on the website for the edification of our patrons.

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Patterson Memorial Library

Patron Policy and Procedures - June 2015

 

Patron Responsibilities and Conduct Policy:

The Patterson Memorial Library is dedicated to providing the resources to meet the informational, educational, and recreational needs of our diverse community in a safe, welcoming atmosphere that ensures equitable access to these resources.  Consequently, it is a patron’s responsibility to maintain necessary and proper standards of behavior in the library in order to protect his/her individual rights and the rights and privileges of other patrons. 

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