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Friday, 9am to 6pm
Saturday, 9am to 4pm
Sunday, Noon to 4pm

September 28, 2019

There's a nip in the air, and that means it's the perfect time to curl up with a good book. Of course, in my mind, anytime is the perfect time for a book! 

Want to learn something new? Join us Thursday, October 17, for our iCan! All Hands on Tech class. Prefer self-paced learning? Try Gale Courses! With more than 360 12-lesson courses available, you're sure to find interesting classes, many which may count toward professional development. All you need is a library card and a few hours a week.  

Drop into The Retirement Classroom to Get to Know Medicare, October 14, at 6pm, and follow up  with Social Security and Taxes in Retirement, October 23.

We offer two special 8-week storytime series. If your little one is under a year, Baby & Me  is just right. For toddlers, Tiny Tots is perfect. These special storytimes for babies and their caregivers feature simple stories, rhymes, and songs selected especially for our youngest patrons. Each session includes a short playtime!

For older children, attend our Family Storytimes Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday mornings. Wednesday, October 30, will feature a Spooky Storytime. Come in costume! 

Watch Family Films when school's closed. We're showing Disney's Aladdin, October 18. Attend LEGO Clubs and Discovery Lab

Teens are invited to an evening of crafting, Tuesday, October 29, at 6pm. And I know no one wants to think about this yet, but the Library once again is offering the Teen Exam Cram to coincide with Homestead High School's exams in November.  

Questions? Comments? Concerns? Contact me anytime at 262-242-2593,
ext. 331, or via email at

Rachel Muchin Young, Library Director

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Our Mission: As a welcoming community center united by Mequon and Thiensville,
the Frank L. Weyenberg Library strives to stimulate imagination
and inspire creativity by opening windows to lifelong learning.
Spooks, Stars & Fast Cars:
An Out-of-the-Box Book Club
added to FLWL Book Discussion Lineup! 

Choose one, some, or all!

History Book Club
Second Monday of the Month at 2:30pm
Next Discussion: The Pioneers by David McCullough, October 14

Spooks, Stars & Fast Cars:
An Out-of-the-Box Book Club

Second Thursday of the Month at 6:30pm
Next Discussion: Pet Sematary by Stephen King, October 10

Mequon-Thiensville Community Book Club
Third Tuesday of the Month at 1:30pm
Next Discussion: The Woman's Hour by Elaine Weiss, October 15 
Dr. Louis Mechaca
The Science Behind Our Music Appreciation & Preferences

Tuesday, October 1, 6pm

Concordia University Professor of Music, Dr. Louis Menchaca, explores the science behind our music appreciation and preferences. Recorded and live examples will help to make some suggested correlations between music preferences based on physiological changes when humans are exposed to music.
An Evening with Mark Twain

Thursday, Oct. 24, 6pm

American writer, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer, Mark Twain was lauded as the greatest humorist this country has ever produced, and the father of American literature. Teacher, author and riverboat pilot, Thomas Gilding, portrays Twain, with a lively and insightful performance. Join us for an entertaining, educational experience as we travel back in time.
J. F. Riordan, author
Author Visit:
J. F. Riordan

Thursday, Oct. 17, 6:30pm

 "Reflections on a Life in Exile" is Ms. Riordan's first book of personal essays. By turns deeply spiritual and gently comic, these brief meditations range from the inconveniences of modern life to the shifting nature of grief. The author captures the passing beauty of the ordinary and extraordinary that lingers near the surface of daily life.
This event co-sponsored by Boswell Book Company, Milwaukee.
The Frank L. Weyenberg events calendar provides a complete list of activities.

The Library Catalog gives you access to all materials available throughout

Monarch Library System
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