Have you ever felt like you are too confused on the latest internet news or aren’t sure what to share on your social media? Perhaps you are looking to improve your etiquette online or are worried about sharing false information. On September 25 there will be a presentation held by Director Paul Ninneman at the Ethel Everhard Memorial Library at Westfield on how to navigate the more confusing parts of internet culture and news. Topics will include: Common pitfalls of sharing on social media, how the internet affects your brain, and how to spot and combat false information.
Author of Deep Dark Secrets and Deep Bitter Roots Joy Ann Ribar will have a presentation about what influenced her writing from the Marquette County area and a passage reading from Deep Bitter Roots. A small Q&A will be held at the end of the presentation.
We will be complying with Governor Tony Evers' statewide mandate requiring indoor mask wearing.
As of Saturday, August 1, we will require everyone to wear a mask while in the library or meeting room.
We respectfully ask those without a mask to utilize our curbside pickup. Please call 296-2544 for assistance.
The Meeting Room can now be reserved for use by up to 5 people. Limited to one group per day, during non-business hours. Masks are required. Social distancing expected.
Here is a quick tutorial for signing up to Beanstack for the Summer Reading Program! Right now you can preregister and get an account, but can’t log minutes. Minutes can be logged starting July 13th. The website is https://westfieldlibrary.beanstack.org/reader365
1. First you will need to select “Register an Individual or Family” and from there decide if you want to register yourself or a child
2. The next step is to fill out all the information to create an account like name, account name, and phone number