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    January 02, 2019
    WASHINGTON COUNTY LIBRARIES TRANSFORM
    Did you know that free online courses are available with your library card?  Or that you can access 1000s of digital books and audiobooks 24/7?  How about being able to attend informational speaker events, music concerts, or craft workshops at no cost?  Join us this Spring in celebrating the ways Washington County libraries are transforming our communities! The 5 libraries in Washington County (Germantown, Hartford, Kewaskum, Slinger & West Bend) are teaming up in 2019 to market our programs and services to all Washington County residents.  
     
    Our Washington County Libraries Transform Brochure highlights 18 programs happening in January through April for kids, teens and adults.  A few examples include Gaelic Harpist Jeff Pockat performing at Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford, a Succulent Plank Make & Take in at the West Bend Community Memorial Library and an Elephant & Piggie Party at the Germantown Community Library.  Patrons can attend any 3 of the select programs on our brochure between January 2 - April 6 to be entered to win a $25 gift certificate. Brochures can be picked up at any Washington County Library or downloaded online: https://bit.ly/2UhXZAK
     
    We would be grateful for any support and assistance that you are able to give in getting information out to the public.  We are especially interested in reaching Washington County residents that live in a municipality that do not have a library such as the Village of Jackson, Town of Jackson, Village of Richfield,  Town of Polk, Town of Germantown, and Town of Erin.  Please feel free to contact myself or any of the directors of the Washington County libraries for additional information.
     
    Thank you,
     
     
    Trisha Smith
    Library Director
    Germantown Community Library
    Germantown, WI
    (262) 253-7760
     
    www.germantownlibrarywi.org
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    Contact:
    Trisha Smith, Library Director
    262-253-7760