Gardening for Birds, Butterflies and Bees

GARDENING FOR BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES AND BEES’

 

Join us at the Pine River Library on Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 10 to 11 a.m.  Wild Ones member, Karen Syverson, will host a workshop about how to create gardens for your yard that will benefit birds, attract butterflies and encourage pollinators.  She will talk about the benefits of growing Wisconsin native plants and show you how to create a native plant community for your yard. 

 

Karen has photos of beautiful Wisconsin native plants, many that grow in Waushara County, which you can include in your home landscape.  She will provide information on how to grow and purchase native plants for your garden as well as what to avoid growing on your property.

 

Karen tends the Pine River Library native plant garden and will be available to talk about what is growing there as well as what she includes in her home gardens.  Please register at the Pine River Library.  Walk-ins welcome!

 

Karen is a member of Wild Ones Fox Valley, a local chapter of a national organization, Wild Ones: Native Plants, Natural Landscapes.

Pine River Library of Leon-Saxeville Science Night

 

May 12 - What Am I Eating?

What's in your food?

 

Both programs will be held at the library.

 

Puzzle Exchange in Pine River

Jigsaw Puzzle Exchange at the Leon Saxeville Library.

  • Bring in a Jigsaw Puzzle---# of pieces varies.
  • Library will # it---but no guarantee you will get it back.
  • Sign out a puzzle you want to do at home (may not have all the pieces).
  • Return the puzzle when you are finished and borrow a new one.

Please consider donating your gently used e-readers to us!

Is someone in your house upgrading to a new iPad, Nook or Kindle?  

Please consider donating the old one to the Leon-Saxeville Library.

The donated items will be incorporated into our library’s e-reader lending program.  The iPads will stay in house and be used to create a mobile discovery station connected with various themes/topics of interest to the kids. 

     

If you are interested, here’s what to do:

  • Check to make sure the device is in working order.
  • Gather up related power cords, chargers, cases, etc.
  • For Kindles and Nooks, deregister the e-reader from your Amazon or B&N account.
  • For iPads, go to settings, reset, and reset all settings to restore the device to factory settings.
  • Drop off the device, charger, cover, etc at the library during normal business hours.
  • Is your device broken?  Please don’t throw it in the trash – recycle it!  Amazon and Apple have recycling programs or check the WI Dept of DNR web site for options at www.dnr.state.wi.us.   

 

For more information, please call us at (920) 987-5110


 

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