Due to bad weather, the Seed Library Seminar has been rescheduled for 6:00 pm Thursday March 6th. If you are not able to attend the new session time, please contact the T.B. Scott Library.
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Job Center of Wisconsin at the Library
Tuesday March 4th 6-7:30 pm and Thursday March 6th 10-11:30 am. The T.B. Scott Library, in partnership with the Department of Workforce Development, will begin offering job seeking help to patrons. Twice a month, a representative from the Wausau Job Center will be available at the T.B. Scott Library to assist in your work search. Come to the library for personalized help with writing a resume, interview skills, online job hunting, and anything else that will help you land the perfect employer. No reservation our computer skills required.
T.B. Scott Library in partnership with Lincoln County UW-Extension is beginning an Heirloom Seed Lending Library and we would like you to participate. If you are interested in growing, harvesting, and saving FREE Heirloom seeds and transplants, please attend one of our two sessions hosted by Kat Becker - from Stony Acres Farms. Kat will provide information regarding how you can “check-out” seeds and transplants from the library for free. Meetings will be held in the downstairs Community Room at the library. Meetings times: Saturday Feb 15 2:00 pm and Thur March 6th at 6:00pm.
Affordable Care Act One-On-One Help
Saturday March 8th 10:00 am - 3:30 pm and Thursday March 27 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Free Event. Get personal help in signing up for the Affordable Care Act through the Healthcare Marketplace. Assisters from SRA International, a federally-certified ACA contractor, will provide computers (or bring your own) and be ready to sign you up onsite, or just provide information. Bring a photo ID, your Social Security numbers, proof of income, e.g., W-2s or pay stubs, and policy numbers for health coverage any family member presently has in force.
Ideas Unite, Issues Divide Program
Sunday March 23rd in the T.B. Scott Community Room (1:00-3:30) listen to Richard Kyte, Director of the D. B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership and Professor of Philosophy at Viterbo University, lead a thought-provoking discussion about what we believe and why we believe it. Kyte aspires to contribute to everyday conversation about right and wrong, about virtue and misconduct, not by taking sides but by arguing that such conversation itself is the essence of the good, well-lived life. Kyte's books, An Ethical Life and Ideas Unite, Issues Divide, will be available for sale and signing.
Adult Winter Reading Contest
Adult Winter Read-In begins at T.B. Scott Free Library. For every five books you read, complete an entry form for a chance to win prizes. Regular prize drawings on January 24, February 14, February 28, and Grand Prize drawing on March 7. Contest theme: "Plow Through Your Reading".
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Read 1000 books with your child before he or she enters school! Parents, register at the Youth Services Desk for an information packet and free children's book. A new free children's book is awarded at each 100 book milestone, for a total of 11 free books when you reach 1000!