Preschool Story Hour


As School-agers go back to school,  we will be starting Story Hour at the Library on Wednesday September 14, 2016 at 10:30 a.m.  Fun Early Literacy activities for children ages 2-4 years.

Parents are asked to stay with their children to assist and supervise them during stories, crafts, music and more.

Please register at the library or call 987-5110 so enough materials are available for all children.


New StoryWalk title

If you missed Little Critter in the July StoryWalk--don't worry.  Several families enjoyed the Book Title "Just A Kite' by Mercer Mayer in July but a new book is on display for August.  We don't want to give the title away--you have to go out to Willow Creek Park to read the new one---but a tall cat is in it with a red and white striped hat.  The Park is located near the entrance to Nordic Ski Hill--see below for address or stop in at the library for more information.

Summer Reading Fun!

Thank you to everyone who participated this summer---it was a fun successful program.  Reading log prizes continue thru August.

On Wednesday July 13, the Pine River Library Summer Readers had fun creating a parachute breeze and running through a Noodle Car Wash.

Learn more about about our "Exercise your brain---read' Summer Reading Theme by checking out the books "50 Ways to Use your Noodle" by Chris Cavert and "15 Minutes Outside: How to Get out of the House and Connect With Your Kids" by Rebecca Cohen.

Summer is passing quickly ..

... Stop at the library today for more fun books to get reading and moving! For more info go to or call 920-987-5110.

Join us on a StoryWalk

The Storywalk is live!  Willow Creek County Park, W5804 County Road W, Wild Rose. Right next to the Nordic Mountain Ski Hill entrance.

Watch a story unfold as you walk through the park!

Follow the marked Trail and read the pages as you walk. Each story will be displayed for 30 days. Please come back often to read the next one.

This StoryWalk is a partnership of Waushara County Parks and the Pine River Library of Leon-Saxeville, combining Physical Activity with Literacy.



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