Excite Your Mind with Upcoming Events
Voices of Milwaukee Bronzeville
Thu, May 19th
Milwaukee author and historian Dr. Sandra E. Jones will join us to discuss her new book, Voices of Milwaukee Bronzeville. She will share recollections with some of the featured subjects from the book who will be part of the event panel. Mr. Samual Sims of Five Points Neighborhood Association will share some of his stories as well.
This event is organized by Bay Bridge and hosted by the library.
Fri, May 27th
Our Tea Time Book Club meets once a month is led by Library Director Nyama Reed. This month we're reading Maus: A Survivor's Tale by Art Spiegelman. As of March, Tea Time Book Club with offer hybrid meetings. You can attend in-person at the Library in the 2nd floor Program Room or online via Zoom.
Wed, Jun 1st
This program is virtual and will be hosted on Zoom.
Whether planting a garden, enjoying the beauty of your landscape or sitting down to a delicious meal, you have bees, butterflies, and other pollinators to thank. These essential members of our ecosystem are responsible for much of the food and beauty we enjoy each day. Create the right habitat and you can fill your landscape with bees, butterflies, birds, and other pollinators. We’ll discuss plant selection, design strategies and plant care to help attract and support pollinators. Soon you’ll be enjoying their beauty and increased productivity in your garden!
This webinar is free, but registration is required. Thank you to American Transmission Co. for sponsoring this webinar.
From our Blog
May 10, 2022
Every year, I like to choose a favorite book, although it is sometimes quite difficult to choose just one. It is starting to look like 2022 is going to be one of those years. During the pandemic, many authors had time on their hands, and it seems like almost everyone has a new book out in 2021 or 2022. Here of two of my favorites so far this year.
April 29, 2022
Mental illness continues to be one of the most stigmatized topics in society when approximately 1 in 5 adults and 1 in 3 teenagers have experienced some form of mental illness in the last year (NAMI.org). As the last two years has been marked with grave uncertainty, loss, and grief – whether it for someone, something, or our “normal life” pre-COVID, many have sought help, support, or information from healthcare professionals, the internet, and literature.