There is a glass case from the original Elisha D. Smith Public Library on Mill Street tucked into the corner at the start of the large print and fiction collections. The Menasha Historical Society maintains a display in that case of artifacts from the society's collection.
On the Art Wall during July (in the library's main floor Mirion Fireside Room)
Ann Bosma and Karen Flynn exhibit their art work. The artists are a co-working duo that enthusiastically tries to keep art alive in their hearts and lives. Ann displays pieces in oil, acrylic & charcoal , including a portrait of her children, elephants, and more. Karen photographs birds native to Wisconsin which she encounters on her hikes in Heckrodt Wetland Reserve, Horicon Marsh, the lake shore, and other beloved places. Ann kindly also introduced the work of her nephew Josh, who at just 8 years of age, is expressing his artistic side with some of his drawings.
In the glass case in the Lobby
See some of the many Wisconsin travel guides available at the library. The guides are on shelves to the left of the Reference Desk. Take and keep the ones you need to plan your next Wisconsin getaway.
In the glass case in the Circulation Area
Find prizes that teens and adults can win in this summer's reading program. Win a Kindle!
Would you like to show your art or display at the library? Find out more.