Free Take and Make kits available to online participants only. Call 920-236-5205 or visit the Second Floor Service Desk to reserve and pick up. How-to video posted on YouTube.
Craft with us at the library! Call 920-236-5205 to reserve your seat and supplies for the in-person, instructor-led workshops. Only 12 participants allowed at this time due to limited space and materials.
Help keep our pollinators well hydrated with this simple watering station. Why do bees need water? In his book, The Backyard Beekeeper: : an absolute beginner's guide to keeping bees in your yard and garden, author Kim Flottum writes that "Water is used to dissolve crystallized honey, to dilute honey when producing larval food, for evaporation cooling during warm weather, and for a cool drink on a hot day.”
We think this project is the bee's knees and hope you have fun creating!