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       Those Wiz Kidz will not be able to be here on Thursday the 24th of October. They will be back at it in November. 

 

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.

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The Forest Lodge Library wishes you a Happy Indigeous Peoples' Day, and, yes, we ARE open! See you at the library! ... See MoreSee Less

The Forest Lodge Library wishes you a Happy Indigeous Peoples Day, and, yes, we ARE open! See you at the library!

If you're heading to the library today, which we hope you are, until further notice, we STRONGLY advise using the back door! ... See MoreSee Less

If youre heading to the library today, which we hope you are, until further notice, we STRONGLY advise using the back door!

 

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We are happy to report that the waters are now significantly receded. It is only a wide step, now, to get from road to walkway! So, both doors are now accessible!

What happened!?! Rain?

maybe kayaks?

Terrible!

wow - flooding! Ron Gabriel

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Book of the Week: BUZZ STING BITE by Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson. The NY Times review of this title says, "In essence, the book is an extended meditation on a question that Sverdrup-Thygeson, an entomologist at Norway’s University of Life Sciences, gets asked all the time: What good are bugs anyway?" Apparently a LOT, besides ruining summer outings and transmitting Lyme disease. The ink that was used to write the Declaration of Independence was derived from galls on oak trees, which are induced by a small wasp. The fruit fly was essential to medical and biological research experiments that resulted in six Nobel Prizes. And then there's the essential and well-known role of insects pollinating our food. Read all about it! ... See MoreSee Less

Book of the Week: BUZZ STING BITE by Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson. The NY Times review of this title says, In essence, the book is an extended meditation on a question that Sverdrup-Thygeson, an entomologist at Norway’s University of Life Sciences, gets asked all the time: What good are bugs anyway? Apparently a LOT, besides ruining summer outings and transmitting Lyme disease. The ink that was used to write the Declaration of Independence was derived from galls on oak trees, which are induced by a small wasp. The fruit fly was essential to medical and biological research experiments that resulted in six Nobel Prizes. And then theres the essential and  well-known role of insects pollinating our food. Read all about it!

We had some fun guests at the Forest Lodge Library this morning! Tough audience!!! ... See MoreSee Less

We had some fun guests at the Forest Lodge Library this morning! Tough audience!!!

 

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Thank you for reading to the kids from the Northwoods Preschool, Kristine! We also enjoyed making music on the instruments outside of the library!

lookit those little peanuts!!

It may be a miserable day out there, but, GOOD NEWS! It's a Wiz Kidz Thursday at the library! You've been meaning to stop in with your device and get some tech mentoring. Why NOT today? ... See MoreSee Less

It may be a miserable day out there, but, GOOD NEWS! Its a Wiz Kidz Thursday at the library! Youve been meaning to stop in with your device and get some tech mentoring. Why NOT today?
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