• Free Resources for an Informed Electorate

    "Library Journal" recently compiled a list of 10 websites to help you during this campaign season.

    Whether you're looking for basics on voter registration and deadlines, interested in researching nonpartisan facts, or curious about the finer details of campaign contributions, you can find an abundance of helpful information in these free sites.

    They are all relatively easy to navigate, updated frequently, and offer credible information.

  • Adult Learners at APL

    We are starting a lifelong learning network for seasoned adults over 50 this fall. Join us for a speaker and lecture series, field trips and short courses. Funding for our adult learner series is provided by Friends of Appleton Public Library.

     

  • Call for Artists

    We serve as the center of community life by providing the space and programming where citizens can learn, know, gather and grow. Our Artist-in-Residence program celebrates the work of local artists and welcomes community members of all ages to experience the arts through engaging opportunities.

    Funded by the Friends of the Appleton Public Library, residencies last for 2 months.* As a part of their residency, artists will:

  • Non-fiction Book Discussions Return from Summer Vacation

    We hope you enjoyed a relaxing summer full of reading, traveling, gardening, or whatever activities you like to do.

    Our Non-fiction book discussions will return this fall under new leadership. Discussions will be led by Germaine and Dick Millard. Come discuss American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House by Jon Meacham. The group will meet second Wednesday evenings starting September 14 from 6:30-7:30 in the second floor Study Room A. Multiple copies of American Lion can be found on our infosoup catalog.

  • Incredible India

    Experience the culture of India with photos and narration, make a craft and get a henna tattoo*. Watch traditional dancers, then learn to dance Bollywood style. There will be food to taste and art to view. Come learn more about this amazing country on Saturday, August 20 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in lower level meeting room A/B/C.

  • Family reunions and your family history

    Summer is a good time for family reunions. If your family has one, it probably makes you wonder about where your family originated and how they lived. If you’d like to find out, you can find a lot of information at the library.

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