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Welcome to the Exhibit Room

The Waupaca Library Exhibit room shall be a space to provide cultural, historical, and educational displays free to the general public.

We exhibit 6-8 shows each year showcasing local artistry, industry, memorabilia and education. If you are interested in showing your collection, please read the Exhibit Room Policy to learn more about the use for this space. The Exhibit Room is made possible through generous support from the Waupaca Public Library Foundation.

Saturday, January 2, 2021 (All day) to Saturday, June 5, 2021 (All day)

Looking for a fun project? We have CURBSIDE KITS available! Check the board when you arrive at curbside pick up, or simply ask when you call to let our staff know you will be visiting the library. New kits are available every week or two, all materials included, and FREE while supplies last.

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Friday, January 22, 2021 (All day) to Wednesday, March 31, 2021 (All day)


Youth Art Month is an annual exhibit and collaboration between the School District of Waupaca, the Waupaca Area Public Library, and Waupaca Public Library Foundation, to show off the best artwork from Kindergarten-12th Grade students. Although the exhibit is typically displayed in the Waupaca Area Library Exhibit Room, due to Covid-19 restrictions we are showcasing an online gallery this year. Pieces are selected by school district art teachers and juried by the library Exhibit Room Committee.

In lieu of our traditional awards reception, join us for our virtual awards ceremony on March 2 at 6pm.

​Please take the time to celebrate the hard work of the students and their many talents. We hope you enjoy!

Waupaca Art Teachers:

Mackenzie Burns - WLC and CEC

​Mathew Lawniczak- WLC and 5th grade at Middle School

Brooke Neubauer- Middle School

Tricia Price- High School

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Friday, January 1, 2021 (All day) to Sunday, January 31, 2021 (All day)

Stay connected with friends and family with our new tutorials!

This time of year can be tough with the holidays, short days, and cold weather. What better time to connect with friends and family and pick up a new skill (or two!) along the way?

Take a minute and view our tutorials on Zoom, Facebook Messenger, and Google Meet! Liz and Laura will show you the basics, plus a few tips and tricks.

ZOOM is a great basic meeting platform for family gatherings, book clubs, trivia nights and of course, LIBRARY PROGRAMMING! Liz will walk you through Zoom in this short video!

Looking to interact a little more with games and sharing videos? FACEBOOK MESSENGER might be a good fit for you. Liz will walk you through Facebook Messenger in this short video!

GOOGLE MEET is the perfect option for video chats and playing a game together! Most school aged kids are very familiar with Google Meet since they use it for school, so this is a nice fit for grandparents and grandkids. Liz will walk you through Google Meet in this short video!

Like anything else, these apps all have a learning curve. Watch our videos, start with the basics, and you'll be hosting the next 'virutal get together' before you know it!

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