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July 2017
Build A Better World logo. People climbing ladders up to a large globe.
Public libraries build better worlds every day.
Discover what our libraries are up to this summer in this month's
photo album.
The Pewaukee Public Library is collecting canned goods and making fleece blankets for those in need.
A container labeled "Kid Kit" with Bingo sheets, mad libs, activity books, crayons, games, and more laid out next to the container
The kids won't be bored when you travel with the Delafield Public Library's Kid Kits!
A collage of women using various pieces of equipment, including a Cricut machine, computer, and sewing machine
Watertown Public Library unveiled their new Makerspace last month. Click here to take a look at all of the equipment available to use.
Bridges staffers Mellanie and Angela demonstrated Overdrive and played "Overdrive BINGO" at a recent elementary school visit.
Blue painted rock with the words "You Are Loved" painted on it in white lettering.
Teens and tweens spread the love to others through the Kindness Rocks project at the Dwight Foster Public Library in Fort Atkinson.
A Chromecast device sitting on a desk
Tech totally rules at Mukwonago Community Library, which now lends out Rokus with Netflix, Google Chromecasts, adult brain game tablets, and more.
The first Friends and Family Trivia Night was a huge success at L.D. Fargo Public Library in Lake Mills.
Colored sketches of a layout and entrance design for the library's children area
The brainstorming session for the redesign of the Muskego Public Library's children's area resulted in some amazing ideas!
Director Connie Meyers sitting at a table, feeling the Braille book.
New Braille books were delivered to the Bridges office for distribution to our libraries, courtesy of Wisconsin Braille, Inc.'s Special Book Project.
Raised garden bed with plants growing in it
Butler Public Library's "Giggle Garden" is growing!
Seven staff members wearing purple shirts and standing outside of a building
The Bridges staff wore purple for The Longest Day on June 21st to support Alzheimer's awareness, which is a cause near and dear to our hearts thanks to our Library Memory Project.
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Get a behind-the-scenes peek at what goes on at the Library Memory Project.
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Comments? Questions? Want to highlight something happening at your library? Email Jill at jfuller@bridgeslibrarysystem.org.
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