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  • September 2015

    Vol. 16, Issue 9

    The Library Page

    Knowledge. Inspiration. Connection.

    Find it @ the Demmer


    Monday 9 -8

    Tuesday 9 – 5

    Wednesday 9 – 8

    Thursday 9 – 5

    Friday 9 – 5

    Saturday 9 – 2


    Phone: 715– 546–3391

    Fax: 715– 546–3914

    In this issue:

    Book Discussion 2

    The Buzz 2

    Booking Ahead 3

    Time to Tangle 3

    Kids Programs 4

    Library Events 5

    New Books 6

    Friends News 6

    Building Campaign 7

    Demmer Memorial Library, Three Lakes, Wisconsin 54562

    September 2015 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday


    2 Meet Mary Pat Kelly 7:00 pm at TLCFA





    7 Library Closed Labor Day






    13 Grandparents Day


    15 Story Hour 9:30 am Lower Level Library Limo 10:00 am

    16 SC Story Hour 8:30 am

    YA Team Trivia at 5:30 pm Lower Level






    22 Story Hour 9:30 am Lower Level

    BTOC 6:30 pm Lower Level

    23 SC Story Hour 8:30 am



    26 Book Sale 9:00 a.m. – noon Lower Level

    27 28 TLGS 1:00 pm Lower Level

    29 Story Hour 9:30 am Lower Level

    30 SC Story Hour 8:30 am Time to Tangle: Color 6 pm Lower Level

    Book Sale

    Saturday, September 26th 9:00 am – noon

    Demmer Library Lower Level For more information call the library at 715-546-3391.

  • Check-out our new selection of DVD’s!

    (If you don’t see the DVD you want on the shelf, ask to place a Hold request for the

    item and we will notify you as soon as the DVD is available for you to checkout)


    The Books-the-Other Channel book discussion group will discuss “The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry” by Gabrielle Zevin on Tuesday, September 22nd at 6:30 pm in the lower level of the library. “In this sweet, uplifting homage to bookstores, Zevin perfectly captures the joy of connecting people and books . . . Filled with interesting characters, a deep knowledge of bookselling, wonderful critiques of classic titles, and very funny depictions of book clubs and author events, this will prove irresistible to book lovers everywhere.” —Booklist

    The Buzz @ the Demmer

  • High Interest Titles to Be Released in November 2015! Give Us a Call to Put Your Name on the List - (715) 546-3391

    The Promise by Robert Crais

    The Guilty by David Baldacci

    American Blood by Ben Sanders

    Cross Justice by James Patterson

    The Crossing by Michael Connelly

    Away in a Manger by Rhys Bowen

    A Christmas Escape by Anne Perry

    The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende

    The Mistletoe Inn by Richard Paul Evans

    Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich

    All Dressed in White by Mary Higgins Clark

    The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King

    Crimson Shore by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

    The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom

    Time to Tangle: Color Wednesday, Sept. 30th

    6–8 pm in the lower level Join Sue Younker for a free workshop to explore using color in Zentangle® inspired ink drawings. Participants should bring the following items: a leaf, pencil, micron 01 pen, ultra fine black marker and watercolor pencils. Class is free however, donations are always appreciated. Please call the library at 715-546-3391 to register as class is limited to 20 students (ages 12+ yrs.).

    Looking for inspiration?

    Check-out one of our

    Zentangle® books today!

  • Lego Club Wednesday, Sept. 30th

    3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Library Lower Level

    Story Hour 2015-16

    Come Read With Us!

    Tuesdays, beginning September 15th at 9:30 am At the Demmer Library Lower Level

    Wednesdays, beginning September 16th at 8:30 am At the Sugar Camp Elementary School 4K Room

    Story Hour is a free program open to preschool age children.

    Registration forms may be picked up at the Demmer Library Circulation

    Desk. For more information please contact Charlotte at 715-546-3391.

    Kids ages 3 years and older are invited to join us for “Lego Club.” Parental supervision

    is required. For more information call the library at 715-546-3391.

  • YA Team


    YA Team Trivia

    Meet Mary Pat Kelly Wednesday, September 2nd at 7:00 pm

    at the Three Lakes Center for the Arts

    Mary Pat Kelly will discuss her latest novel Of Irish

    Blood (2015), which is the sequel to her best-selling novel

    Galway Bay (2009). She will talk about the extensive

    research she conducted in Ireland and France, sharing

    stories of the interesting people she met along the way

    and how the novel is based on historical figures including

    her Irish-American family. Concessions will be available

    to purchase with a book signing to follow this free program

    sponsored by the Demmer Library.

    Mary Pat has been coming to Medicine Lake since she was 5 years old and fell in love

    with books at the Three Lakes library which she still uses gratefully every summer.

    Born and raised in Chicago, she lives on Manhattan’s Upper West Side with her

    husband, app developer Martin Sheerin from County Tyrone.

    YA Team Trivia Night Wednesday, September 16th at 5:30 pm in the Library Lower Level Students in 7th grade and older are invited to join us for our Young Adult Team Trivia Night. The event will begin at 5:30 pm with free pizzas courtesy of the Black Forest Pub and Grille with other refreshments provided by the library. The trivia contest begins promptly at 6:00 pm. Individual players may be added to teams so that each team has 6 players with priority given to high school students. Teams will discuss the questions and submit their written answers for scoring. Prizes will be awarded for the winning team with the highest score, the team with the best name, and the best dressed team. No devices, books or other materials may be used to answer the questions. Call the Demmer Library at 715-546-3391 before Sept. 15th to register your team. Event is limited to the first 6 teams that register up to 6 team players, each team must have at least 2 young adults on the team.

    Library Events

  • Midwest Foraging: 115 wild and flavorful edibles from burdock to wild peach / Lisa M. Rose

    Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park: a backcountry guide for hikers, backpackers, campers and

    winter visitors / by Jim Du Fresne

    Apples to Cider: how to make cider at home / April White with Stephen Wood of Farnum Hill Ciders

    The Artful Parent: simple ways to fill your family's life with art and creativity / Jean Van't Hul

    The Whole 30: the 30-day guide to total health and food freedom / Melissa Hartwig and Dallas Hartwig

    Growing up Harley-Davidson: memoirs of a motorcycle dynasty / by Jean Davidson

    Georges Seurat / Pierre Courthion

    The beekeeper's problem solver: 100 common problems explored and explained / James E. Tew

    Picker’s Pocket Guide: Bottles / Michael Polak

    Around the world in knitted socks: 26 inspired designs / Stephanie van der Linden

    The baby name wizard: a magical method for finding the perfect name for your baby/ Laura Wattenberg

    Friends of the Demmer Library News & Views

    The Friends met on August 3rd for their annual meeting. Peggy Bennett was elected as Friends president and Sarah Ewing became the membership chairperson. Do you love the Library? Join the Friends of the Demmer Library. We are looking for folks who enjoy books and like to know what’s happening at the library. The next book sale will be on Saturday, September 26th, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. – noon in the lower level of the library. For more information about the Friends e-mail Peggy Bennett, the Friends president at or e-mail Sarah Ewing, the membership chairperson at or call Sarah at 715-546-8124.

    Check-Out These Non-Fiction Books!

  • Thank you to the Friends of the Demmer Library for their donation of $943 raised at the Annual 4th of July Book Sale. The funds will be used to benefit the Demmer Library.

    Good News from the Demmer Library Building Campaign:

     We are working with Becher Hoppe to develop a revised building plan. Final costs will be presented on Sept. 1, 2015.

     We have successfully raised $1 million towards the Demmer Library Expansion and Renovation thanks to people like you.

     Attractive book bags designed by students at