• National Nutrition Month

    Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? Do you want to develop healthy nutritional habits? We're here to help! If you're a library card holder, you have access to free online courses that will help you learn to manage your health, plan delicious, healthy meals and more.

    Courses last six weeks and you can access them any time that is convenient for you. The next session begins on April 17. Click on the link below to learn more about each course. 

  • Imagine Fox Cities

    Imagine Fox Cities is a new, inclusive community-wide initiative created to be more intentional about shaping the future of the Fox Cities when it comes to well-being. The Appleton Public Library supports this initiative. 

    Imagine Fox Cities was created by community members and will be an ongoing initiative to ensure the community maintains or improves what is valued, with an eye on the future. Once opportunities for improvement are discovered, Imagine Fox Cities will move forward on developing a collaborative, comprehensive community action plan including a framework for future decisions based on identified shared values.

  • Submit Your Music Today!

    We're looking for the next group of artists to join the FlipSide collection. Have you produced an EP or full-length album of original music? Do you have ties (past or present) to the Fox Cities? We want you! The submission period is open from Friday, March 1 to Sunday, March 31. Submit your music today!

    Our curators will review the music and consider it for inclusion in our collection based on a variety of criteria. You'll be informed via email whether your music was accepted or declined.

  • Check Out a Light Therapy Lamp

    We're excited to announce we now offer light therapy lamps for checkout. Light therapy lamps are designed to mimic spring and summer light levels as a way to treat the "winter blues" or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a type of depression with symptoms that include fatigue, anxiety, weight gain and sleep disorders.  

    Lamps are also located on our first and second floors for in-library use. Instructions on how to use the service are next to lamps.

     

     

  • Newspaper ARCHIVE

    InfoSoup libraries have obtained access to Wisconsin newspapers after the national collection was dropped as a statewide BadgerLink resource. You can once more browse the Post-Crescent going back to 1853 through our link to Newspaper ARCHIVE. And don't forget: you also have access to the reproduced text of the Post-Crescent from 1999+ in US Newsstream, also listed in the eLibrary.

  • Library Assistant - Public Services

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    2019/03/31 - 11:59pm
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