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Upcoming Events

Movement Mornings in April
Wednesday, April 10 at 10:30 AM: Complete our obstacle course! Obstacles include balancing on a beam, hopping from one place
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Teen D.I.Y. Club
For grades 5-12. Registration is FULL. April 8: Button Art. Create art using various sizes & shapes of buttons! April
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Creative Kids
Youth ages 6 through 10 are invited to join for a new creative activity each week! We’ll use perler beads,
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Reducing Plastics in Your Everyday Life
Discover the impacts of plastic pollution on the environment, discuss plastic product health concerns, and learn a variety of tips
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Brainstorm by Dan Siegel: Online Book Discussion
The Winona Public Library will hold a four-week online book discussion of Brainstorm: The Power and Purpose of the Teenage
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Beginners Knitting
Learn how to knit with the local knitters. This event is free and open to the public. No registration is
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Book Bingo for Alzheimer’s
Play Book Bingo and support the Alzheimer’s Association on Monday, April 29th from 6-7pm at the American Legion (302 E Sarnia Street).  The Winona Public Library will
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Treat Yo’ Self—Teen Self-Care Strategies for a Monday Afternoon
Register at tinyurl.com/WPLSelfCare. May 6: Make a galaxy jar & other stress reducers May 13: Chalk up the library! Work
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Children’s Concert Fundraiser for the Library!
Amanda Grace is releasing a new album for kids called “Music Makes It Right,” so we’re kicking it off with
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Living Well with Chronic Conditions
Living Well with Chronic Conditions is a FREE six-week program designed by Stanford University for people who have chronic conditions,
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Musician Art: an Exhibit by Jeff Morgan
The exhibit features paintings and drawing of local bands and musicians playing in and around Winona. All of the work
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Undocumented: Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice
Four poets laureate will read from the new anthology, Undocumented: Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice. The book is
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