Grateful is spelled G-R-A-T-E-F-U-L

Thanks to our forefathers and foremothers who knew that at least once a year we should recognize and give thanks for our bountiful harvest! We have so much good energy that goes into our library and we are GRATEFUL!
G is for gifts and generosity—the daily donations of books and monies that we receive; the community support of the Advertiser, the Foundation, and the Friends & Family Charitable Trust; countless ways that we are remembered by people who share with others via the library
R is for Reading Patrons
A is for the administration of the City of Seymour
T is for the Trustees of the library
E is for the exemplary support from Outagamie County
F is for FMPL (the Friends of the Muehl Public Library)
U is for the Unified Library System through the leadership of OWLS (the Outagamie Waupaca Library System—this is most visible to you through INFOSOUP)
L is for loyal and learning staff

Thank you ALL! We hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Please take this short survey!

An engineering class at UW Fox Valley has taken on as a class project a study of the future needs of the Muehl Public Library.  This study is important to help define the patron service needs of the future library, and this in turn affects the space needs, and space allocations of the expanded library.  This then allows a civil engineering and architectural definition of the overall building space, the allocation of internal spaces, and "green" design features that may be incorporated in a design proposal.

As you can see, the first step in this process is asking the present day patronage populace what they feel the requirements of the future library should be.  This questionnaire  is that first step.  Please give it your consideration.  A link to the questionnaire web site is given below:
 

Get a jump on holiday shopping!

Friday night Movie

November 12, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Meet old friends Woody, Buzz Light Year, and Jessie in this THIRD installment.

Happy Halloween everyone!

Of course, at the library we are thrilled to see people dressed in costumes based on book characters. This patron is dressed like the character, Pippi Longstocking, and her daughter is holding a Pippi Longstocking book. How fun!