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Menasha Public Library is celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2021. The celebration kicked off with a proclamation by Menasha Mayor Don Merkes proclaiming 2021 to be The Year of the Elisha D. Smith Menasha Public Library in the City of Menasha. Watch the video on our Facebook page (@MenashaLibrary) or on our website www.menashalibrary.org/125Mayor…
 
Rusty Nails Blues present classics of country blues.This is a demonstration and discussion of the country blues genre with emphasis on pre-WWII blues. Recorded on April 24, 2019.Members of Rusty Nails Blues, Steve Heiner and Ben Lillge, are musicians who aim to maintain and preserve the great American art form known as the blues. With a focus on ac…
 
On Wednesday, March 13, we had Druid’s table perform an acoustic set in our Company E Room. Druid's Table is a group of five musicians from the Fox Cities, has been performing traditional Celtic folk music since 1999.The group performs jigs, hornpipes, ballads, pub songs, reels, airs and Irish polkas using instrumentation including harp, accordion,…
 
Have you ever wondered how the library’s landscaping looks so good, all the time? Why isn't a decaying bunch of invasive shrubs with litter and kipple piling up like a highway median? How are these olfactory hues so vibrant, expansive, and variegated? We speak to the source today. Not only will our questions about the library’s flowers be answered,…
 
Teresa Weglarz, Assistant Professor at UW-Fox Valley in Biological Sciences, joins us to talk about composting, reducing food waste, and all the benefits that ensue. She was kind enough to come to the Menasha Library in June to present and demonstrate composting; if you missed the presentation here is your chance to get started. This podcast will g…
 
This is the Art Wall Series #8. Today June Art Wall artist Cori Bartz joins John Nebel and me, Colin McGinnis, in a discussion around her artistic history and process. Gain insight into the appreciation of art as we dig into the meaning and emotion infused into each piece. This podcast comes out a little late, as it was recorded in June, but you ca…
 
Homelessness in the Fox Valley is the topic of today’s show. Recorded in March with John Wallschlaeger. It’s a fantastic show that sheds light on many facets of this topic.John Wallschlaeger, former Appleton Police Officer, talks to me about his current role in helping the community. He works with Homeless Connections and the Menasha Police Departm…
 
This show is the Art Wall Series #7. I mistakenly referred to it as #6 in the podcast! I recorded this show on location at Pat McGinnis’s house and metal studio. Pat has some great insights into the creative process, and metal working. He is coming June 1st for a meet the artist event in the Menasha Library, with coffee provided by Timshel Café. Ch…
 
Art Wall Series #6We have short podcast for you today with the teachers who helped get some terrific 2nd grade art on our art wall this month. I went to Janet Berry Elementary school in Appleton to get the story. The art will be on display for the rest of April, so stop in and check it out…For more podcasts go to: www.menashalibrary.org/podcast…
 
Today we have Donna VanBuecken former executive director of the Wild Ones on the show. We discuss native landscaping, the Wild Ones organization, and bats as pollinators. I linked an article with some more information on exactly how bats pollinate. Also, we discussed the dangers of Wild Parsnip and that it looked like a native plant, the name of wh…
 
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