• Scribbles and Ink
  • The Humans
  • The Luck Uglies
  • The Lion and the Bird
  • Red Rising
  • Celia
  • Golden Boy, by Abigail Tarttelin
  • Game Over, Pete Watson
  • Another Day as Emily
  • Donkeys
  • Shoe Dog
  • Plants Feed Me
  • Monkey and Elephant Go Gadding
  • The Wooden Sea
  • Chitchat
  • Nothing Daunted
  • Mary Walker Wears the Pants
  • Mitchell Goes Bowling
  • The Streak
  • Following Papa's Song
  • 2014 Get Up and Go Day

    Friday, August 1 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Get up and go Friday, August 1 with several free activities including crafts, visits from fire trucks, police cars and buses, dance and fitness fun and more!  

    Metered parking will be available at the City Center Ramp or there is parking for $2/day at the East Ramp.

  • 75 Years of Batman

    July 26 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    If you recognize this you must be a Batman fan! Help us celebrate the 75th anniversary of Batman by stopping by July 26 from 10:00 am to noon. We will have freebies from DC Comics as well as a selection of Batman DVDs and graphic novels to check out for home viewing.

  • A Dr. Who Extravaganza

    July 22 | 6:00-7:30 pm

    Celebrate the good doctor and his companions with an evening of whovian proportions! Test your Dr. Who knowledge with trivia, design a bow tie (because bow ties are cool) and more! Registration is required, fill out the registration form here, or call (920) 832-6173 or (920) 832-6187. A Dr. Who Extravaganza is open to all ages!

  • Sidewalk Poetry Unveiling

    July 9 | 10:00 am

    The first poem in the City of Appleton's new sidewalk poetry program will be installed at City Park this Wednesday. The event will include a reading by the poet.

    A total of six poems will be installed at locations adjacent to city-owned parks and buildings throughout the year. Future installations could include sidewalks in neighborhoods in the City of Appleton. The poems that will be installed were selected by a committee earlier this year.

  • Fireworks, picnics and cookbooks

    Flag and fireworks

    Independence Day always makes me think of picnics, fireworks and family as we celebrate the beginning of our nation.  One way to combine those is to make a delicious dish to share during these events.

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