Please join us on Saturday, January 31 at 10:30 a.m. for a visit with Kay Scholtz, Clark County author of ‘The Wisconsin Krueger Family Tragedy: 16 Years of Letters from Prison‘.
On September 14, 1918, near the end of World War I, a Wisconsin farm family found their lives torn apart for refusing to fight in a war overseas. Nearly a hundred years later, with excerpts from a collection of several hundred letters exchanged by the Krueger family and never before published, ‘The Wisconsin Krueger Family Tragedy‘ allows Caroline and her sons to tell their story for the first time.
The Library was recently informed that we will not be receiving Federal Income Tax instruction booklets this year. The reason given for this change is the 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill recently passed by Congress which significantly cut IRS appropriations.
Patrons can obtain copies of Instructions through:
- IRS.gov/Forms - to view and download
- IRS.gov/orderforms - to order tax products to be delivered by mail
- 1-800-829-3676 – to order tax products to be delivered by mail
Readers in grades 1-8 have a chance to earn a free ticket to the March 16 or April 5 Milwaukee Bucks game through the Read to Achieve challenge. Pick up a packet which contains a reading record, stickers, bookmark, and poster at the library. Read 500 pages and report your reading to the library by February 27 to receive a voucher for a free ticket with the purchase of an adult discounted ticket. Read 750 pages to have your name placed in a drawing for a team autographed basketball.
There are lots of great books waiting for you at the library. Stop by soon and check one out!
Library sponsored activities and classes will be cancelled when Black River Falls schools are closed.