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Special Library Events:
Friends Summer Book Sale:
Thursday and Friday, Aug 14 & 15 9:30am - 5:00pm
Friends of the Library Summer Fun Book Sale! Join us for two days of excellent deals. Featuring children’s books, audio books, software, movies, music and large print books, this sale has something for everyone. Outdoor tables, weather permitting.
Free Family Movie:
Wednesday, June 11, 10:00am – 11:30am. Brrr... Don't miss this award winning animated adventure based on Hans Christian Anderson's classic tale The Snow Queen. Free popcorn and water.
Critic's Choice Movies:
Fri, Sept 5th, 12:30pm
Free movies for adults! The "Critic's Choice Movies" series will continue with a recent Tom Hanks comedy/biography. While we can't name the title of the movie, we can guarantee that this spoonful of sugar sweet comedy will leave viewers delighted. Refreshments will be provided by the Merrill Area Community Enrichment Center. For more information contact the library at (715) 536-7191.
Authors Among Us:
Sun, Sept 7th, 1pm-4pm
Authors Will Kalinke of Tomahawk and Jim Finucan of Merrill will share their insights on writing, and have their books available for sale and signing. Jim’s debut fiction work, The Spear, explores the dark side of humanity and one man's struggle against it. Will has written eight books on topics as diverse as mystery and historical fiction (based on his ancestral Marathon County roots) and a nonfiction book featuring old belongings treasured for the memories they evoke. Will and Jim’s program promise to have something for almost everyone interested in reading!
Fizz Boom Stories! Joni Hahn:
Wed, Sept 10, 10:00am and 6:30pm
Guest storyteller, Joni Hahn, will kick off the fall storytime schedule with interactive stories and music in two performances at 10am and 6:30pm in the youth services department. All ages are welcome at these free events.
Job Center of Wisconsin at the Library
Thursday May 8th 4-6 pm. The T.B. Scott Library, in partnership with the Department of Workforce Development, will offer job seeking help to patrons. A representative from the Wausau Job Center will be available at the T.B. Scott Library to help you find employment. 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.