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Sign up now for the Summer Reading Program!

reading program brochures for 3 age groups of children

Register here for the summer Reading Program at the Library. You can also register by stopping in. Once you've registered, come in and pick up your packet and reading slips.

For each hour of reading you complete, you will fill out a slip and then return the slips to the library. The more you read, the better your chances to win one of the grand prizes! You can also complete bingo cards to win small prizes throughout the summer.  

You can start counting your reading time on May 24th. All slips will need to be turned in by Friday, August 9th. We will be drawing for prizes after the run/walk on Susie the Duck Day.

Keep Me in the Loop

In the near future, we are going to be starting an email newsletter to let people know about library news. You can sign up for the newsletter by stopping in at the library and filling out a paper form. Or you can click on the logo below and fill out the form electronically.

June Artful Adults workshop is cancelled but join us in July for painted rocks!

June's Artful Adults workshop scheduled for 6/13 is cancelled but we are going to be doing painted rocks in July. The July workshop will be on July 11th. Put on your painting clothes and artist caps and come paint some decorative rocks. More details and pictures soon.

If you are interested in Artful Adults, please call the library at 608-592-4130 or email jodi@lodipubliclibrary.org. We will call you with a reminder prior to each workshop.

Inferno by Dan Brown is our June book club choice!

book cover of Inferno by Dan Brown

Stop in and pick up a copy of Inferno, Dan Brown's 4th thriller with Robert Langdon. We will be discussing this book, on Monday night June 17, 2019 at 7:00. We have books, audiobook and large print copies available for immediate checkout.

Dan Brown is never boring and this adventure in Florence will keep you guessing until the last page.

Description from Goodreads.com

Harvard professor of symbology Robert Langdon awakens in an Italian hospital, disoriented and with no recollection of the past thirty-six hours, including the origin of the macabre object hidden in his belongings. With a relentless female assassin trailing them through Florence, he and his resourceful doctor, Sienna Brooks, are forced to flee. Embarking on a harrowing journey, they must unravel a series of codes, which are the work of a brilliant scientist whose obsession with the end of the world is matched only by his passion for one of the most influential masterpieces ever written, Dante Alighieri's The Inferno.

Quilting videos at Recollection Wisconsin

quilt pattern

Last April, members of the Lodi Valley Quilt Guild shared their quilt stories in a series of short videos filmed at the library. Some of these videos are now available on the Recollection Wisconsin website. As more get cataloged, they will be added to the website. Take a few minutes and enjoy hearing the stories as our local fabric artists tell you all about their quilts. Thanks to all of the quilters who filmed a video!

Recollection Wisconsin

Art on the Trail-CommuniTree at the Library

The Lodi Library is on the Ice Age Trail and we are participating in May's Art on the Trail project. Our CommuniTree was made by our wonderful library community and is hanging outside the front door. You can can check out our display and all of the others on the trail all month long. We also have Art on the Trail brochures in the library so you can pick one of those up to see where the exhibits are.

If you take pictures out on the trail, share them with us on Facebook. You can also like our page and see what's happening at the library.

May Featured Database NoveList K-8

Are you looknig forward to summer reading with your children? Are you dreading hearing, "I don't know what to read next" and want a wonderful resource to help you find books for the kids this summer?

Look no further. NoveList K-8 is here to help. You can find the next series or author by looking up books that the kids already love and then seeing what books are recommended.

You can find NoveList K-8 or NoveList (for adults) on the library website under the Online Resources tab or you can click on the pictures to access the databases. You will need to enter your library card number to use the database.


NoveList K-8 - Link to Search



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