The library is hosting the first solo photograph exhibit by Brandon Agramon. Brandon lives in Appleton and graduated this year from High School.
He has been influenced by his passion about skateboarding where he came to learn about art, photography, and how much of an impact it had on him and people around him. The photos that he has chosen for this exhibit are photos from a project titled 'Ernest'. Coffee With the Artist - Saturday, August 17 at 10:00am – Join us at the Miron Fireside Room to meet with Brandon and enjoy discovering about what photography means for him as a young adult.
Lobby Glass Case
The Elisha D. Smith Library is celebrating 50 years at this location. We have on display photographs and significant items to hark back to 1969 and remember other library milestones.
Circulation Area Display Case
Wisconsin was the first state to ratify the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote! The League of Women Voters is showcasing a collection of photographs and information relevant to the 100th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage movement in Wisconsin.
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 loaned 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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