NEWS UPDATE

                             CUIDADO! Our back door is currently INACCESSIBLE because of work being done. CAREFUL!

Get this on your calendar! NOVEL AFFAIR 2019 is scheduled for Sunday, July 21 from noon until 4. Read more about it below, but, hope you’ll plan to attend!

Log Cabin Library in Cable

There’s lots of fun in the summer at The Forest Lodge Library in Cable, Wisconsin.

The learning center of the community

Lodged in a rustic 1925 built log cabin, the Forest Lodge Library is a joint library of the Cable and Namakagon communities and is located on County Highway M in downtown Cable, Wisconsin. The library is open six days a week and its services and programs are available to area patrons and visitors alike. The library shares a campus with the Cable Natural History Museum and both facilities are destinations you won’t want to miss when in the Cable/Namakagon area.

What’s News?

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Featured Book of the Week: Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America’s Heartland by Jonathan Metzl offers a unique perspective on the link between racially motivated political decisions and health. For instance, Kansas decided to make massive cuts in schools and social services in favor of massive tax cuts and the residents' health declined. Tennessee rejected “Obamacare,” in part due to racial resentment and life expectancy went down there. Missouri repealed several gun control laws so everyone can carry a gun and gun suicides soared. Jonathan Metzl is both a sociology professor and expert on health, bringing a new take on how “white America” would benefit from cooperation in areas like medicine, rather than striving for, what he calls, “the false promises of supremacy.” Check it out at the Forest Lodge Library in our New Books section today! ... See MoreSee Less

Featured Book of the Week: Dying of Whiteness: How the Politics of Racial Resentment is Killing America’s Heartland by Jonathan Metzl offers a unique perspective on the link between racially motivated political decisions and health. For instance, Kansas decided to make massive cuts in schools and social services in favor of massive tax cuts and the residents health declined. Tennessee rejected “Obamacare,” in part due to racial resentment and life expectancy went down there. Missouri repealed several gun control laws so everyone can carry a gun and gun suicides soared. Jonathan Metzl is both a sociology professor and expert on health, bringing a new take on how “white America” would benefit from cooperation in areas like medicine, rather than striving for, what he calls, “the false promises of supremacy.” Check it out at the Forest Lodge Library in our New Books section today!

Author Jim Guhl here TONIGHT, Thursday, 6/20, offering a presentation on his fiction title ELEVEN MILES TO OSHKOSH. This partnership event with Redbery Books starts at 6:30...books will be available for purchase and refreshments will be served. We'll hope to see you! ... See MoreSee Less

Author Jim Guhl here TONIGHT, Thursday, 6/20, offering a presentation on his fiction title ELEVEN MILES TO OSHKOSH. This partnership event with Redbery Books starts at 6:30...books will be available for purchase and refreshments will be served. Well hope to see you!

And now...we are BACK UP again! Internet is ON! ... See MoreSee Less

And now...we are BACK UP again! Internet is ON!

So sad to say, our internet is down again today! This is a library-system wide problem. They'll let us know...and then we'll let YOU know, as soon as ever it's working again! ... See MoreSee Less

So sad to say, our internet is down again today! This is a library-system wide problem. Theyll let us know...and then well let YOU know, as soon as ever its working again!

The Book House IS open for the season...mostly on Saturdays, but, there are a few bonus days, like, this Thursday, 6/20, in conjunction with the UCC's Annual Country Store event. Check our website calendar for info on when The Book House is open: forestlodgelibrary.org. And...why, YES, we ARE always looking for volunteers! Easy & fun...sign up at the library. ... See MoreSee Less

The Book House IS open for the season...mostly on Saturdays, but, there are a few bonus days, like, this Thursday, 6/20, in conjunction with the UCCs Annual Country Store event. Check our website calendar for info on when The Book House is open: forestlodgelibrary.org. And...why, YES, we ARE always looking for volunteers! Easy & fun...sign up at the library.
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