On Display this Month

Art Wall 

Jesse Emons, a Menasha resident who is currently finishing his senior year at Fox Valley Lutheran High School, will exhibit a collection of his paintings, digital art, illustrations, and cartoons. Some are created using acrylics or spray paint; some are created electronically on his phone. Jesse has created art for as long as he can remember and has been influenced by David Michael Garibaldi, an American performance painter.  Find the art wall in the main floor Fireside Room.

Lobby Glass Case

The Menasha High School Art program is sharing a sample of the ceramic projects they have created this year.  Some of their work is a result of turning 2D master paintings into tridimensional art.  Some feature 3D books that the students made with guest artist, Emily Runnerstrom.  Pictured is Dani Roos’s Roy Lichenstein’s Drowning Girl & Esteban Nuniz's 3D book.

Circulation Area Display Case

The Community Blood Center is promoting Be The Match, an initiative to support patients that need a bone marrow transplant.  This display includes information, stories, and explanations to encourage you to make a difference and join the Be The Match registry. Text "CURE162" to 61474 to join the registry or check their website at www.bethematch.org

NEW!  Local History Alcove Display Case
Find this new display case in the new Local History Alcove on your left, as you enter the library's main floor.  The display features Menasha's lighthouse, on the Lake Winnebago shore and the first lighthouse keeper.  The case was donated by Menasha Alderman Steven Krueger, and Mr. Krueger has provided this wonderful display.

Menasha History Display Case
Find this case in the corner at the start of the Fiction Collection.  The case features displays provided by the Menasha Historical Society.

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