Yearly Archives: 2013
Hope to see you all on Sunday, October 6, 2013 for the 1st ever Deutschenstadt Tag! Â (Germantown Day) Â Germantown is 180 years old and we are celebrating on Munster St. downtown from 11am to 4pm. Â This event is sponsored by … Continue reading
Did you know that the library purchases new adult, young adult, children’s books, and audio books every month? Â In addition, we lease new ebooks monthly and purchase DVDs and Blu-ray movies as our budget allows. Â We want to provide what … Continue reading
The library will be closed Monday, Sept. 2., so that our employees may enjoy the Labor Day holiday. Â Hope you can also enjoy the day off. Â See you again beginning Sept. 3!
Today a truly great and generous man, Paul “Trotter” Bergmann was laid to rest. Â Without him and his 2 older brothers, Ray and Jack, we probably wouldn’t even have a library in Germantown. Â When Paul’s brother Jack died he left … Continue reading
Will you have children in school this year? Â Be sure to come in and get them registered for a library card. Â Every class, from Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade, at Germantown Elementary visits the library on a regularly scheduled basis and … Continue reading
Just wanted to remind everyone that the library will be CLOSED Tuesday, July 30, for the annual St. Boniface Church picnic. Â You may return items in the drop box and our parking lot will be available that day for picnic-goers. … Continue reading
On Saturday, we held our last event of the summer reading program. Â Dangerous Dan showed the kids lots of experiments using “Fire, Wind and Ice!” Â They learned everything from how to make balls float in the air to how to … Continue reading
Hey all you young summer readers! Â Don’t forget our wrap up party will be next Saturday, July 20 at 11am. Â It’ll feature “Adventures in Fire and Ice” with Mad Science of St. Louis. Â Of course, there will be snacks and … Continue reading
The library will be closed Thursday, July 4 to celebrate Independence Day. Â Please stay safe, display our flag proudly, enjoy our freedoms responsibly and come visit us during our regular hours the rest of the week.