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June 2021

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BabyTime 10:00 am
Jun 01st - 10:00 am

BabyTime

Tuesdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Join Ms. Jess in Mary Park for songs, stories, rhymes and fun for babies 6-24 months and their caregivers. Bring your blanket and join us outside for this story time geared specifically toward our youngest learners!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, BabyTime will be cancelled.

 
 
 
Reading & Recreation 10:00 am
Jun 03rd - 10:00 am

Reading & RecreationReading & Recreation

Thursdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Miss Julie hosts an outdoor storytime at Mary Park between the restroom building and the second playground. After her stories and songs, she invites you to play together in a gross motor learning activity. Bring a blanket for your family and meet her in the park!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, Reading & Recreation will be cancelled.

Park restrooms are open for the season.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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NEA Big Read Book Hike 12:00 am
Jun 07th - 12:00 am

NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley Book Hike

June 7 - June 12 at the John Doar History Trail

As part of the NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley, Friday Memorial Library is participating in a traveling Book Hike. In this traveling exhibit of "The Day You Begin" Jacqueline Woodson, you’ll stroll local parks urged on to “turn the page” or read forward in stories told from trailside signs. The Book Hike will be on display at the John Doar History Trail during the week of June 7-June 12.

Find out more about the Big Read here.

 
 
 
Book Sale 12:00 pm
Jun 07th - 12:00 pm

Friends of Friday Memorial Library Spring Book Sale

Beginning June 7 at 12:00 pm

June 8 -10 during library hours

All items freewill donation

Donations accepted until Tuesday, June 1st.

Donation Guidelines

 
 
 
Book Sale 12:00 am
Jun 08th - 12:00 am

Friends of Friday Memorial Library Spring Book Sale

June 8 -10 during library hours

All items freewill donation

Donations accepted until Tuesday, June 1st.

Donation Guidelines

 
 
 
NEA Big Read Book Hike 12:00 am
Jun 08th - 12:00 am

NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley Book Hike

June 7 - June 12 at the John Doar History Trail

As part of the NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley, Friday Memorial Library is participating in a traveling Book Hike. In this traveling exhibit of "The Day You Begin" Jacqueline Woodson, you’ll stroll local parks urged on to “turn the page” or read forward in stories told from trailside signs. The Book Hike will be on display at the John Doar History Trail during the week of June 7-June 12.

Find out more about the Big Read here.

 
 
 
BabyTime 10:00 am
Jun 08th - 10:00 am

BabytimeBabyTime

Tuesdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Join Ms. Jess in Mary Park for songs, stories, rhymes and fun for babies 6-24 months and their caregivers. Bring your blanket and join us outside for this story time geared specifically toward our youngest learners!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, BabyTime will be cancelled.

 
 
 
Library Board Meeting 4:30 pm
Jun 08th - 4:30 pm

Library Board Meeting

This meeting will be held in the Council Chambers of the Civic Center.

Open to the public.

 

Library Board Information

 
 
 
Book Sale 12:00 am
Jun 09th - 12:00 am

Friends of Friday Memorial Library Spring Book Sale

June 8 -10 during library hours

All items freewill donation

Donations accepted until Tuesday, June 1st.

Donation Guidelines

 
 
 
NEA Big Read Book Hike 12:00 am
Jun 09th - 12:00 am

NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley Book Hike

June 7 - June 12 at the John Doar History Trail

As part of the NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley, Friday Memorial Library is participating in a traveling Book Hike. In this traveling exhibit of "The Day You Begin" Jacqueline Woodson, you’ll stroll local parks urged on to “turn the page” or read forward in stories told from trailside signs. The Book Hike will be on display at the John Doar History Trail during the week of June 7-June 12.

Find out more about the Big Read here.

 
 
 
Diane's Crafty Corner: Pick Me Up Jars 11:00 am
Jun 09th - 11:00 am

Diane's Crafty Corner: Pick Me Up Jars

Virtual Programming

Wednesday at 11:00 am on our Facebook Page

Create individual pick me up jars. "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted" -Aesop.

 
 
 
Book Sale 12:00 am
Jun 10th - 12:00 am

Friends of Friday Memorial Library Spring Book Sale

June 8 -10 during library hours

All items freewill donation

Donations accepted until Tuesday, June 1st.

Donation Guidelines

 
 
 
NEA Big Read Book Hike 12:00 am
Jun 10th - 12:00 am

NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley Book Hike

June 7 - June 12 at the John Doar History Trail

As part of the NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley, Friday Memorial Library is participating in a traveling Book Hike. In this traveling exhibit of "The Day You Begin" Jacqueline Woodson, you’ll stroll local parks urged on to “turn the page” or read forward in stories told from trailside signs. The Book Hike will be on display at the John Doar History Trail during the week of June 7-June 12.

Find out more about the Big Read here.

 
 
 
Reading & Recreation 10:00 am
Jun 10th - 10:00 am

Reading & RecreationReading & Recreation

Thursdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Miss Julie hosts an outdoor storytime at Mary Park between the restroom building and the second playground. After her stories and songs, she invites you to play together in a gross motor learning activity. Bring a blanket for your family and meet her in the park!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, Reading & Recreation will be cancelled.

Park restrooms are open for the season.

 
 
 
Mystery Book Club 11:00 am
Jun 10th - 11:00 am

Mystery Book Club meets the second Thursday of each month at 11:00 am at Mary Park, shelter #2.

The June discussion will be on Old World Murders by Kathleen Ernst.  

Please note:

The Library will not be providing any food or beverages.

We encourage social distancing and masks while meeting.

 
 
 
NEA Big Read Book Hike 12:00 am
Jun 11th - 12:00 am

NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley Book Hike

June 7 - June 12 at the John Doar History Trail

As part of the NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley, Friday Memorial Library is participating in a traveling Book Hike. In this traveling exhibit of "The Day You Begin" Jacqueline Woodson, you’ll stroll local parks urged on to “turn the page” or read forward in stories told from trailside signs. The Book Hike will be on display at the John Doar History Trail during the week of June 7-June 12.

Find out more about the Big Read here.

 
 
 
NEA Big Read Book Hike 12:00 am
Jun 12th - 12:00 am

NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley Book Hike

June 7 - June 12 at the John Doar History Trail

As part of the NEA Big Read in the St. Croix Valley, Friday Memorial Library is participating in a traveling Book Hike. In this traveling exhibit of "The Day You Begin" Jacqueline Woodson, you’ll stroll local parks urged on to “turn the page” or read forward in stories told from trailside signs. The Book Hike will be on display at the John Doar History Trail during the week of June 7-June 12.

Find out more about the Big Read here.

 
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BabyTime 10:00 am
Jun 15th - 10:00 am

BabytimeBabyTime

Tuesdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Join Ms. Jess in Mary Park for songs, stories, rhymes and fun for babies 6-24 months and their caregivers. Bring your blanket and join us outside for this story time geared specifically toward our youngest learners!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, BabyTime will be cancelled.

 
 
 
Community Connections with Big Brothers & Big Sisters 6:00 pm
Jun 15th - 6:00 pm

Community Connections with Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin

Virtual Programming

Tuesday, June 15 at 6:00 pm on our Facebook Page

Each month, we sit down for a virtual chat with a different community organization. We learn more about how they support the community and how our community can support them. This month we're talking to Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin. The Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin vision is that all youth achieve their full potential. Their mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.

 
 
 
Art in the Park 2:00 pm
Jun 16th - 2:00 pm

Art in the Park: Australian Parrtjima Festival LanternsArt in the Park: Australian Parrtjima Festival Lanterns

Wednesday, June 16

This class is offered at 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 pm

You must register for a time slot in order to attend.

Color Your World with our children's Art in the Park series. Miss Jess & Miss Julie will guide children through a featured art project that coordinates with a country from our world. 

Registration Required

 
 
 
Reading & Recreation 10:00 am
Jun 17th - 10:00 am

Reading & RecreationReading & Recreation

Thursdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Miss Julie hosts an outdoor storytime at Mary Park between the restroom building and the second playground. After her stories and songs, she invites you to play together in a gross motor learning activity. Bring a blanket for your family and meet her in the park!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, Reading & Recreation will be cancelled.

Park restrooms are open for the season.

 
 
 
Crafty Adults: Resin Monogram Keychain 5:00 pm
Jun 17th - 5:00 pm

Crafty Adults: Resin Monogram KeychainCrafty Adults: Resin Monogram Keychain

Thursday, June 17 at 5:00 pm

Learn how to make a Resin Monogram Keychain for beginners. This class will walk you through the step by step process of making your very own keychain with resin.

Registration required. Space limited. Ages 18+ are welcome to attend.


 
 
 
Movies in the Park 8:00 pm
Jun 18th - 8:00 pm

The Peanuts MovieMovies in the Park

June 18 at dusk in Glover Park

Join us before the movie for games and music in the park!

RATING: G

 1 hr 28 min

In the event of inclement weather, the movie will be canceled. Updates will be posted on Facebook and this calendar.

 
 
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Teens Taste the World 12:00 am
Jun 21st - 12:00 am

Teens Taste the World: JapanTeens Taste the World

Monday, June 21 Drop in all day

Grades 6-12

Teens are invited to stop by the Youth Services Desk to experience flavors and papercraft of Japan.

 
 
 
BabyTime 10:00 am
Jun 22nd - 10:00 am

BabytimeBabyTime

Tuesdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Join Ms. Jess in Mary Park for songs, stories, rhymes and fun for babies 6-24 months and their caregivers. Bring your blanket and join us outside for this story time geared specifically toward our youngest learners!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, BabyTime will be cancelled.

 
 
 
Planting for Pollinators 3:00 pm
Jun 22nd - 3:00 pm

Planting for PollinatorsPlanting for Pollinators

Tuesday, June 22 at 3:00 pm OR 4:30 pm

Learn about plants that are great for bees and butterflies, for either a container or flower garden. Find out the basics of planting for pollinators and bring home an Asclepias plant.

Registration required. Space limited. Ages 18+ are welcome to attend.


Sponsored by the St. Croix Valley Master Gardner Association.

 
 
 
David Dall 6:00 pm
Jun 22nd - 6:00 pm

David DallMusician David Dall

Tuesday, June 22 at 6:00 pm in Mary Park

Musician David Dall provides music and fun with his friends Mr. Guitar, Ms. Strings, and Baby Guitar. This is high-energy fun for everyone! Bring a blanket or chair and join us at Mary Park Pavilion #1.

 
 
 
 
Reading & Recreation 10:00 am
Jun 24th - 10:00 am

Reading & RecreationReading & Recreation

Thursdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Miss Julie hosts an outdoor storytime at Mary Park between the restroom building and the second playground. After her stories and songs, she invites you to play together in a gross motor learning activity. Bring a blanket for your family and meet her in the park!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, Reading & Recreation will be cancelled.

Park restrooms are open for the season.

 
 
 
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All Boys Aren't Blue 9:00 pm
Jun 28th - 9:00 pm

All Boys Aren't BlueAll Boys Aren't Blue Film

Monday, June 28 at 9:00 pm in Glover Park

Join us as we celebrate and bring awareness to LGBTQ Pride Month. All Boys Aren't Blue is a short film, 40 minutes in length, based on the young adult memoir of the same title written by George M. Johnson. In this film, Bernard David Jones, Dyllon Burnside, Thomas Hobson, and Jenifer Lewis bring Johnson's words to life in a dramatic reading of his book. Each of the characters represent the author at different stages of his life. The memoir is a firsthand account of the trials, tribulations, and triumphs that have made George M. Johnson into the person they are today. The film is directed by Nathan Hale Williams.

The mission of the Friday Memorial Library Social Justice Advisory Group is to engage community members through education and conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion. By using the power of stories, the group aims to broaden perspectives, defuse fears, and build trust so that our community provides a strong, vibrant, and welcoming space for current and future generations.

Suggested Audience: Teens and Adults

In the event of inclement weather, the film screening will be canceled. Updates will be posted on Facebook and the library's calendar.

Sponsored by the New Richmond Area Community Foundation


 

 
 
 
BabyTime 10:00 am
Jun 29th - 10:00 am

BabytimeBabyTime

Tuesdays at 10:00 am in Mary Park

Join Ms. Jess in Mary Park for songs, stories, rhymes and fun for babies 6-24 months and their caregivers. Bring your blanket and join us outside for this story time geared specifically toward our youngest learners!

*Please note:

In the case of inclement weather, BabyTime will be cancelled.

 
 
 
Art in the Park 2:00 pm
Jun 30th - 2:00 pm

Art in the Park: American Tie-Dye T-shirtsArt in the Park: American Tie-Dye T-shirts

Wednesday, June 30

This class is offered at 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00 pm

You must register for a time slot in order to attend.

Color Your World with our children's Art in the Park series. Miss Jess & Miss Julie will guide children through a featured art project that coordinates with a country from our world.

This class is now full.