Sunday, January 6, 2013
The Oscar Grady library is trying to make some room for more DVDs — find out how.
While checking out movies at the library has never cost money, usually the item comes with a due date. Not this time, as the Oscar Grady Library in Saukville is giving away its VHS collection so it can expand its DVD selection. "To make room for more current, updated DVDs, the Oscar Grady Public Library will be giving away our entire VHS collection free of charge on a first come, first served basis," according to the village's newsletter. Movies will be on display Feb. 5 to 7 during regular library hours, the newsletter said, and will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. "Bring a friend and take home as many as you can carry!" the newsletter said.
Monday, August 1, 2011
Llamas Avalanche and Lasabre of Pleasure Valley Llama Farms, along with owners — the Laux family — visit a crowd at Oscar Grady Library on Thursday.
Oscar Grady Library’s summer reading program "One World, Many Stories" has been a huge hit. The program encourages summer reading and this year Oscar Grady Library took part in Heifer's Read to Feed program. The Read to Feed program encourages reading skills, while teaching students how they can help families around the world with the gift of livestock. The reading program offers a variety of story times, guest performers, movies, weekly guessing contests and workshops. Last week's guests were Avalanche and Lasabre, Chilean llamas. A large crowd enjoyed petting the llamas and learning about them from owner Larry Laux. The summer reading program will send a llama to a family in need. Wednesday is the last day to hand in reading logs …
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Nature's Niche brought lizards, snakes and more to Oscar Grady Library for some hands-on action.
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Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Nature's Niche LLC brought all sorts of scaley creatures to Oscar Grady Library on Thursday, allowing kids hands-on experience as well as teaching them about the animals. This Thursday, a live llama will be at the library from 6 to 7 p.m. Pleasure Valley Llama Farms will bring the llama for vistors to meet and pet, as well as learn tons of fun facts about.