Blue Zones Purpose Workshop
The Horicon Public Library continues its organizational membership with the Dodge County Blue Zones Project hosting a Purpose Workshop, Thursday, May 30, at 6:00 PM. It’s an opportunity to reflect on those ingredients that make your life meaningful, outline your priorities, and inspire your commitment to a path pursuing those dreams and your sense of purpose. “People with purpose live longer, are happier and more productive.” Who couldn’t use a little purpose in their life?
Understanding Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia
Your library is a dementia-friendly space, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if our entire community was dementia friendly. Some of our neighbors afflicted with this disease fear to interact with the public forcing many to remain isolated in their homes. Let’s work towards making everyone welcome in our hometown by taking the first step and join us for a learning session on Thursday, May 23 at 6 PM. Judy Wiese, a retired Dementia Care Specialist and community member, will lead us through risk factors, research, treatments, and steps to diagnosis and assessments.
Thu May 23Make and Take Art Club We'll meet in the Children's Area to create a unique art project. This is a drop in club, so children of all ages are welcome to participate without prior registration. Join us for Make and Take Art Club!Read More
Thu May 23Evening Knitting Our Evening Knitting group meets each Thursday at 5:30PM. New knitters are always welcome!Read More
Thu May 23Magic: The Gathering Teens and young adults meet each Thursday evening to play the role playing game, Magic: The Gathering. New game players are always welcome!Read More