Tuesdays at 11:10 am stating in September.
Woodville community Library Events
Snowshoe by Moonlight
Saturday, February 24th at the Giezendanner School Forest 6-8 pm. Registration is necessary if you need snowshoes, the form is found on the school forest Facebook page. There will be a fire, marshmallows and hot chocolate.
Community One Read: Nature’s Best Hope by Doug Tallamy Spring 2024
Special event on April 11th. Chili supper and book discussion. Susan Carpenter from U-W Madison’s Arboretum will be here to talk about native gardening. Area gardening and conservation groups will also be attending. It will be held at the Lion’s Den/Woodville Community Center in Woodville.
Monday April 8th, the eclipse is set to start at 12:50. The library has solar glasses to give away for this event.
St Croix County Traveling Book Club
The Traveling Book Club meets at various places in St Croix County through the year. A different library hosts each time and they choose the book and the location for the meeting. Join the club at 6:00 to order food or to eat and 6:30 for the book discussion.
Date Host Book Restaurant/Location
Tuesday, Sept 26th Somerset Eight Perfect Murders Oliphants Brewing
Thursday, Oct. 19 Spring Valley Quarry Girls Spring Valley Golf Course
Thursday, Nov 16 Woodville All The Light We Cannot See Garage Bar
Thursday, Jan. 18 Hudson South of Luck Azul Tequila
Thursday, Feb 15 Glenwood City Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers Wood City Tavern
Thursday, March 21 River Falls The Dictionary of Lost Words Juniors Restaurant and Tap House
Thursday, April 18 New Richmond Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six Mallards
Thursday, May 16 Roberts Midnight Library
Thursday, June 20 Hammond Remarkably Bright Creatures
Thursday, July 18 Deer Park Year One
Thursday, Aug 15 Woodville Lessons in Chemistry Phoenix Grill
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten at the Woodville Community Library
In support of early literacy, the library invites you and your preschool child to participate in 1000 Books Before Kindergarten. The goal of the program is that by the time your child enters kindergarten, they will have read or have listen to 1,000 books and by doing so they have gained the early literacy skills necessary for school readiness.
Come in to the library and pick up a folder and get started.
Don’t think you can do it.
If you read one book before bed time every night for 3 years you will have over a 1,000 books.
If you read 10 books a week for two years you will have over 1,000 books.