The following donations were made to the Upper Sandusky Community Library throughout 2021 in memory of a loved one:
Another area child has joined the ranks of fellow readers who have read 1,000 books before kindergarten.
The Upper Sandusky Community Library will be closed multiple days in December for the holiday season.
The library will be closed December 24 and 25 to observe Christmas. It will be closed again December 31 and January 1 to observe New Year’s.
For more information, stop by the front desk or call the library at 419-294-1345.
Want to learn how to make a great cookie for Christmas? Sample Taste of the Town and find out for yourself.
Taste of the Town is a new adult cooking program hosted by the Upper Sandusky Community Library. This month, program leader Patti Davidson will teach you how to make Ethel’s sugar cookies – then you’ll get a chance to ice your own.
While you’re at it, compete in the Cookie Contest. Bring a dozen of your best cookies to be judged. You may submit up to two types of cookies. There will be Best Cookie prizes for first, second, and third place.
Got lunch plans? Then join Cheryl Lyon for What’s Cookin’: Lunch Bunch on Monday, December 13!
Lunch-goers should bring their favorite potluck dish to the noon edition of What’s Cookin’: Lunch Bunch to share with everyone. Then get ready to discuss cooking, baking, recipes, and more. Make sure to bring your own beverage to quench your thirst.
You can even participate in the Lunch Bunch Gift Exchange. Simply bring a new item, worth up to $5, to Lunch Bunch to take part.
With regular changes, updates, and misinformation and misconceptions, it can be hard to keep track of all the latest rules, recommendations, and developments related to COVID-19.
Wyandot County Public Health is partnering with the Upper Sandusky Community Library to answer the community’s questions about COVID-19. The COVID-19: Ask A Nurse event at 6 p.m. Dec. 15 in the basement of the Upper Sandusky Community Library. It will be an open discussion that will discuss a range of topics related to COVID-19.
Get in on the program all kids love to do. Kids Can Cook, run by Youth Services Coordinator Jill Stansbery, is a program that teaches children basic cooking skills. Miss Jill will share interesting food facts and more in a fun learning environment. Students may even get to taste test new or unusual foods!
Things are about to get ugly – ugly Christmas sweaters, that is!
Bring a sweater and the wildest decorations you can find to the STEAMpunks Ugly Sweater Event at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, December 6. Glue and sewing supplies will be provided.
For more information about this or any other Upper Sandusky Community Library program, stop by the front desk or call the library at 419-294-1345.
Join Miss Rachel and spend an evening with fabulous makers just like yourself while you make the perfect decorations for the winter season.
There will be two featured crafts for the December Craft Party. Grab a friend and spend the evening making a Woodland Door Hangar from pinecones, reindeer moss, and ribbon to welcome your holiday visitors. Then use Christmas napkins to make wood slice ornaments for your tree or as a gift. It will be an evening of crafts, snacks, and fun. The Craft Party will be held in the large meeting room at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 9.
In 1887, journalist Nellie Bly wrote in her Women’s Lunatic Asylum expose that “Who would not rather be a murderer and take the chance for life than be declared insane, without hope of escape?” Now it is time to pull back the curtain on women’s “lunacy” in the 19th century.