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We hope to see you there! 

Back to Prom 5K Race will benefit the library!

Back to Prom 5K Run/Walk
Saturday, April 27th
9:00 am
Save the date and get registered!
Big Hair, tacky dresses and awkward dance moves. Relive it all at the Back to Prom 5k. Take a step back into the time machine and go back to prom in this fun themed race. There will be music & prom party post-race, fun awards, and race results! This run is open to all ages. Runners and walkers are encouraged to wear prom outfits – you can wear something as simple as a bowtie or tiara, or you can go all out!
Race Location: Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 349 N Main St, Seymour, WI
Packet Pick Up:
April 26th 5pm-7pm at the Muehl Public Library, 436 N Main St, Seymour
April 27th at Emmanuel Lutheran church 8-8:30am until race time, 349 N Main St, Seymour

Awards: Top overall male and female and top three males and females in each age category to receive awards.
Proceeds: Benefit the Muehl Public Library Addition
Entry Cost information: $20 with Dri-fit T-shirt, $25 after February 28th, 2019. Guaranteed T-shirts to all participants up until April 22nd.
Other Information: http://www.muehlpubliclibrary.org/support

Website: https://www.active.com/search?keywords=back+to+prom&=De+Pere%2C+WI&location=De+Pere%2C+WI&category=Activities&daterange=All+future+dates&clckmp=activecom_home_hero_activitysearch

Welcome new guinea pig!

Frequent patrons know that our guinea pig, Ginger, has gone to heaven. Thanks to Colette Bezio who found us a new guinea pig to replace Ginger. The new guinea pig is in a cage WITHIN the guinea pig cage to get acclimated to Snickers and vice versa.

     We are accepting name ideas now for the new pet. There is a place at the library counter for you to fill out a slip with your name idea and submit it. Then, Colette will make a name ballot for everyone to have an opportunity to vote! Hurray!

Two films are up for an Oscar!

Wow and wow! Two of the shorts we screened during the Manhattan Short Film Festival (last October) are up for OSCARS!!!


R.E.A.D.(Read; Engage; Advise; Discuss) – March

Saturday, March 9, 2019 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Author: Jason Reynolds

As Will, fifteen, sets out to avenge his brother Shawn's fatal shooting, seven ghosts who knew Shawn board the elevator and reveal truths Will needs to know.

R.E.A.D (Read; Engage; Advise; Discuss) Book Club meets on the second Saturday of the month (September thru May) at 9:00 a.m. All are welcome.

Advance Directives seminars being held at the library

The seminars include free information on power of attorney for health care and other legal instructions. 

They will be held from 3 to 4:30 on February 27/May 7/August 26/and November 26, 2019.

Please find additional information in the attached pdf. Thanks!

Reading help for caregivers

Caregiving takes all sorts of forms. We know that caregiving can be challenging and taxing. Caregiving during the holidays can be especially stressful.

Here are the two newest books added to Infosoup on this topic.  These and so many more are available with your library card.

Consider taking the time to read a book that will help you with ideas for nurturing yourself.


Home grown Derek Hendzel

This summer (2018) Seymour native Derek Hendzel was home for his high school reunion. We learned about him when we saw the drone video he took over the Burger Fest weekend. With this video he captured the amazing hot air balloon rally from a whole new perspective. He stopped by the library and we learned that he travels all over the world and lives in the Middle East. This page will be devoted to footage shared by Derek with us. We wish to learn about international countries through his eyes. We wish to dream big and think globally! Let's start with the aforementioned "cool" video!