Many patrons have asked the library staff, “ Who is your favorite author?” I have so many but I’ll start with Jacqueline Winspear. Jacqueline Winspear has written a series of mysteries with the main character Maisie Dobbs. The first in the series title is entitled...
Diamond painting is an offshoot of sorts from counted cross-stitch. It involves the placing of small faceted plastic ‘diamonds’ in a grid pattern to make a beautiful picture which sparkles from every angle. I discovered diamond painting whiles looking for some helpful...
Donna's corona virus project is in the works.I'm trying this project with Red Plastic bags to make a small rug. Start with the cutting of the Plarn, plastic yarn, with rotary cutter and mat. You can use sizzors but, easier with rotary cutter. 3inch circles, will get 4...
Here's an interesting "safer at home" project: I'm going to try and make a small area rug out of used plastic grocery bags. To do this I'm going to make what they call plarn out of the grocery bags which is another way of saying " plastic grocery bag yarn" and...
Discovering a new craft, or picking up one that you haven’t had the time for, can be a way to keep our minds and spirits active and happy during this sometimes trying time. For myself, I am trying out a couple of new-to-me crafts, as well as spending some time with...
What would you do if you had unlimited time to do it? I remember thinking that, and now I have it! Boy have I been reading, quilting, lawn clean up, washing things, sleeping in and of course watching to much news on the virus. All in all things are okay. I'm going to...
Celebrate National Library Week! Enjoy these fun images from the past year as we celebrate the services our library offers to our community.
Wondering what happens when the doors to public libraries close during a pandemic? It turns out- a lot! See the results of a survey by the American Library Association and discover the many things libraries are doing to continue to serve their communities....
The Low Technolgy Institute is a unique learning resource right in our backyard! We have enjoyed having them present at the library in the past. Now, you can watch their adorable baby chicks with their chick cam. Find story on Facebook Watch on YouTube.
The Edgerton Public Library enhances quality of life by providing opportunities for personal growth, learning, and enjoyment to area residents by making available a variety of resources and expert assistance in a welcoming, comfortable facility.
101 Albion Street
Edgerton, WI 53534
Director: Kirsten Almo
Monday: 9 AM – 8 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM – 8 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM – 8 PM
Thursday: 9 AM – 8 PM
Friday: 9 AM – 5 PM
Saturday: 9 AM – 3 PM