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Book Group 

The Book Discussion Group will meet on Thursday October 4th, 2018 at 3pm to discuss Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. 

Stop by the library to pick up your copy or place a hold.   New members to the book club are always welcome! 

New Fiction 

Almost Sisters by Josh Jackson 

Courtney’s War by Wilbur Smith 

Echoes of Evil by Heather Graham 

Red War by Vince Flynn  

New Non-Fiction 

Every Day Is Extra by John Kerry 

Budget Savvy Wedding Planner by Jessica Bishop 

Fear by Bob Woodward 

The Younger Next Year Back Book by Chris Crowley  

Books on CD 

Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris 

Red War by Vince Flynn 

Glass Ocean by Beatrice Williams 

New Movies 

Ocean’s 8 

Wallander 

The Rider 

 

Manitowish Waters Historical Society 

October 6th is Cranarama!   The beginning of cranberry growing was a big part of Manitowish Waters history.   Stop by the library to view some interviews about the cranberry growers.   Various historical maps will also be on sale.   Learn what the Manitowish Waters Historical Society is all about! 

FREE MONEY FOR OUR LIBRARY:   Amazon Smile 

Do you order a lot from Amazon?  If so, you can help raise money for the library each time you place an order.  It’s easy!   To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You may also want to add a bookmark to smile.amazon.com to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile. On your first visit to AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), you need to select a charitable organization-Frank B. Koller Memorial Library– to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation. 

Thank you for putting the library on YOUR shopping list! 

Library Programs 

Pain Management Class 

Presented by Kiki LeClair Master Herbalist, Naturopathic Nutritionist  

When:  Monday, October 1st, 2018 

Where:  Frank B. Koller Memorial Library, Manitowish Waters 

Time:  3pm  

Do you suffer from chronic pain and inflammation? Would you like more information about how to naturally discourage your body from creating inflammation?

Join Kiki LeClair, Master Herbalist, on Oct 1st at Frank B. Koller Library, Manitowish Waters, 3:00PM for an in depth talk about:  

How diet, lack of vital nutrients, and free radicals (what free radicals are) can all contribute to inflammation and how the immune system responds to these types of imbalances causing pain and inflammation. 

From the hype about Tumeric and CBD oil, I will explain how herbs help some and not others with specific actions for specific pains. 

Free to the Public 

One free sample of Kiki’s pain relief lotion to all who attend! 

This is a FREE class!  No sign-up is necessary.  

Cranberry Fest 

COUNT THE CRANBERRIES! 

When:  Now through Saturday, October 6th  

Where:  Frank B. Koller Memorial Library 

Winner Announced:   Saturday, October 6th, 2PM 

Winner need not be present to win. 

If you have the closest guess to the number of cranberries in the jar you win a full basket of cranberry treats!    Drawing will be held October 6th at 2PM. 

Digitizing Studio 

Koller Memorial Library 

Do you own old slides, negatives, VHS, cassettes or vinyl records?   If so, do you want to digitize them into a DVD or CD?   FREE?   Here is your chance! 

Thanks to a LSTA grant, the Frank B. Koller Memorial Library owns the following equipment:   

VHS to DVD Converter 

Film to Digital Converter 

Record/Cassette to CD Converter 

Slides and Negatives to Digital Converter 

This is a FREE service, although if using our DVDs or CDs we ask a small donation.    Please call the library at 715-543-2700 to reserve a time for your digitizing project. 

“The Memory Project Studio is made possible through a grant funded from the Institute of Museum and Library Services which administers the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).”  

Fall Hours  began September 1st 

Monday 9-3 

Tuesday 3-7 

Wednesday 9-3 

Thursday 3-7 

Friday 9-3 

Saturday 9-Noon