What's Happening

FMPL thanks Nicolet Bank for $500 donation!

At the Friends of the Muehl Public Library (FMPL) January, 2020 meeting held on January 16, Sherryl Pues (employee of Nicolet Bank, Seymour)  presented library director Elizabeth M. Timmins with a check in the amount of $500 from NIcolet Bank, Seymour.  The money is going to the Friends and their projects. Happy Friends of the Library are featured in this picture! Read more about the Friends on their page of this website located @ Friends' page.


Grief pop up groups set for the first quarter of 2020

We love anime and now it is easier to find!

We have a fantastic anime collection due to the efforts of Colette and her friends.

Thanks to staff for making a shift so that all the anime DVDs are together. This is for the ease of EVERYONE and is most helpful!

Have you noticed the rotating quilt display?

Patron Mary Pat Van Schyndel creates beautiful quilts. She displays them on the interior wall when you first enter the building. Just look to your right!

Mary Pat takes care to match the season. Here is her current work displayed. Just lovely and inspiring!

Congratulations FMPL holiday raffle winners!

Each December FMPL runs a FREE raffle whereby patrons get a raffle ticket each time they check out. They put the ticket into an envelope next to a book that they are trying to win.

The selection of books from FMPL is always diverse and beautiful. Drawing the names is fun because we see the variety in our patrons, too!

Loving the panorama of the arts!

An opportunity fell into our laps whereby artist Shanti Bennett requested that we exhibit her art at the library. We said "sure".

We will be enjoying it in the foyer until the end of February, 2020. Her pieces are for sale if you are interested.

Her website can be accessed HERE.

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

Saturday, February 8, 2020 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Author: Victor Hugo
"So long as ignorance and poverty exist on earth, books of the nature of Les Misérables cannot fail to be of use," says Victor Hugo in the preface of his famous novel. Certainly, Les Mise;rables is French history recounted through the personal stories of its main characters. The tale offers philosophical insight on the good deeds that can happen even amidst ignorance and poverty. This handsome leather-bound volume is a beautiful addition to any classic literature library with specially designed endpapers, gilded edges, and a ribbon bookmark so you will never lose your place. "-- Provided by publisher.
"Victor Hugo's classic 1862 novel about the struggles and triumphs of the French people, in particular the ex-convict Jean Valjean and his nemesis, Inspector Javert"-- Provided by publisher.

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.

The 2020 Census is fast approaching!

The City of Seymour and the Muehl Public Library will keep you in the loop as the 2020 Census approaches.

The 2020 Census is scheduled for April 1, 2020 (no fooling!).

You can reach the official website here: https://2020census.gov/en

Story Times @ Your Library

Our community welcomed Jerry Apps on October 24, 2019!

We had a memorable fun-filled afternoon on October 24, 2019. Jerry Apps, Wisconsin author and television personality, is a fabulous storyteller. His talk concentrated on his work entitled RURAL WIT & WISDOM. Very wonderful!


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The international results for the Manhattan Short Film Festival

Sylvia won at the Muehl Public Library garnering 19 votes! So again we matched the International winner, wow! We did not name the actor winner, however, this year! Our location tied votes for Fiona (Tipped) and A. Leslie (The End of the World)...the winner was Sir John Standing (A Family Affair). Congrats to all the finalists!!! And the top three films...