The exhibit room is set up with many fun and educational activities this summer right next the the children's department. Our theme is 'Build a Better World' so use your imagination to play or create something to celebrate yourself, the library, our community, and the world. Engaging families with STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) activities every weekday during June and July from 9am-5pm. Lego Club meets in the LABrary on July 15, 2017 from 10am-Noon
The Waupaca Area Public Library Exhibit Room will be displaying a travelling exhibit titled "Great Lakes Small Streams: How Water Shapes Wisconsin" from Tuesday, August 15th-September 23rd.
This exhibit is loaned to us by the Wisconsin Historical Society and includes reproductions of photographs and documents and an interactive kiosk exploring the relationships with water in our state. It includes photos from the Waupaca Historical Society. This exhibit is free and open to the public during regular libary hours.
The Winchester Academy will be presenting a program by UWSP Groundwater Education Specialist Kevin Masarik on September 18th at 6:30pm.
A student activity guide is available at www.wisconsinhistory.org. This exhibit is made possible by the Wisconsin Historical Society, the Herzfeld Foundation, Wisconsin Humanities Council, and Ralph Evinrude Foundation.
An exhibit featuring the original watercolors of the Waupaca Senor Center painting classes will be on display in the lower level of the Waupaca Area Public Library. People may view the show “Art is Ageless” from October 2nd until November 11th 2017.
The paintings by local senior citizens attending Waupaca Senior Center water color classes with instructor Marie App. The public is invited to a reception on October 2nd at 6pm. Refreshments will be served. Exhibitors include: Kevin Byrne, Nancy Colligan, Martin Falke, Mary Kurylo, Janet Larson, Paddy Louden, Sue Martin, Holly Martin, Karen Martens, Shirley Matson, Sondra Rothenback, Mary Rozmarynowski, Bettie Smith, Mary Ann Wells. “