All programs and events are still virtual at this time.

Upcoming Special Events

New Year, New You!

Calling all adults! Need some help with those New Year’s resolutions? Schreiner Memorial Library is here to help. Our three week series, “New Year, New You” starts in January and features topics led by our community professionals.

•Week 1: “The Attitude of Gratitude” led by Dr. Adam Wacker on Thursday, January 7 @ 6:30 p.m.
Week 2: “Yoga for You” Daily Stretch led by Lisa Swanson on Wednesday, January 13 @ 6:30 p.m.
•Week 3: “Getting Organized: Where to start?” Join Maria Ewings from “This Organized Space, LLC” on Tuesday, January 26 @ 6:30 p.m.

Programs are virtual via Zoom. You must register to receive the participation link at or register by calling the library at 608.723.7304

Beat the Winter Blues

Grant County Master Gardeners invite you to join our first virtual, TRIPLE SPEAKER SERIES!

Sessions are free and open to all. Registration is required*. Door prize drawings at each event.

January 21, 2021 

Molly Wood, “Fatal Flora”

Author & artist, Molly Wood will share stories about the use, history, & folklore of poisonous plants. Molly will also share her art form, which captures these toxic plants with alluring photographs. Her research into” Fatal Flora” led her to an artist residency in Northumberland, England, at the Alnwick Castle Poison Garden. Molly is based in Des Moines, IA. 

February 25, 2021

Linda Conroy, Planning the Apothecary Garden 

For centuries, humans have relied on apothecary gardens to produce remedies and treatments. Conroy will share tips for choosing and sourcing plants & design ideas for ease, function, and beauty to create your own apothecary garden.  Conroy is a 20+ year veteran herbalist & business owner. Moonwise Herbs, located in Stoughton, WI offers products, classes, consultations & so much more.                                                                            

March 25, 2021

Christopher & Emily Appelman, Web of Life

Feeding their community with healthy, safe food in an environmentally sustainable way is the mission of Stone Hollow Gardens & Shoomery. Bioremediation & Mycoremediation builds nutrient rich soil & grows nutrient dense foods. This amazing symbiotic joining of fungi, soil, & plant is the “Web of Life”. The Appelman family homestead is located in the Midwest Driftless Region next to the Little Maquoketa River.  

*Register by calling Grant Co. Extension office (608)723-2125 or email:

*Zoom link will be sent, via email, to registered participants. Live sessions 6:30-7:30pm. For information about Grant County Master Gardener Association, visit our website

Contact: Grant County Master Gardener volunteer, Shirley Audetat @ (608) 994-2577 or email:

Starting Seeds Indoors
MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2021, 6 – 7PM
The North Central Wisconsin Master Gardener Association would like to invite the public to join their January program: Starting Seeds Indoors. In this program we will cover everything you will need to start vegetable and flower seeds indoors. We’ll discuss things to consider when purchasing seed, containers, and growing media. We will learn how to apply important techniques in the sowing and growing seedlings, and how to successfully plant the seedlings outdoors.

Presenter: Janell Wehr, Horticulture Educator Extension Marathon County
Monday January 4th, 6-7PM
Cost to attend this program: FREE! Register Here!
Location: Online Via Zoom
Registration Required:Yes
Event Type:Virtual
Contact Name:Janell Wehr
Contact Email:
Contact phone:7152527572…

Event Calendar

Recurring Events:

Cooking With Kids
Cooking With Kids
Drawing Club
Drawing Club
Engineering Club
Engineering Club
Toddler Tales
Toddler Tales
Tinker Tuesday
Tinker Tuesday

COOKING WITH KIDS:  Third Thursday each month (September-May) from 3:45-5:00 p.m.
DRAWING CLUB:  First Thursday of each month (September-May) at 3:30 p.m.
ENGINEERING CLUB:  Tuesdays (2nd & 4th) at 3:30 p.m., September–May
TODDLER TALES: Wednesdays at 9:30 am
TINKER TUESDAY:  Tuesdays (1st, 3rd, & 5th) at 3:30 p.m., September–May
PRESCHOOL CENTERS:  Activity centers change weekly

PRIVATE EVENTS RUN FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS:  Homebound Deliveries, Women, Infant and Children Health Clinics, and Story Times for Orchard Manor, Southwest Opportunities Center, Daycares, and Head Start.