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MONDAY MORNINGS AT MAIN: IN PERSON
Welcome back for a new season of Monday Mornings at Main!
Beginning September 13, 2021, we invite you to join us in person* in the Main Hall of the La Crosse Public Library for lifelong learning programs designed for ages 50 and better.
Each Monday morning at 10:00AM from September 13 – November 29, we'll hear from a new speaker on a variety of topics ranging from local history, health and wellness, to popular entertainment and more! The 9th street entrance will open early at 9:30AM for attendees to enjoy refreshments and social time in Main Hall. Register using the Upcoming Events Calendar (right), by emailing email@example.com or by calling 608-789-7145.
13—Live Jazz Guitar Performance, The Crosse Section
20— Never Forget: Touring the National 9/11 Memorial Museum
27— Step Right Up and Join the Circus: Wisconsin's Circus Heritage presented by,
4— Make Way for Liberty: Wisconsin African Americans in the Civil War, presented by
11— Cultivating Brain Health Wellness, presented by Christie Harris, Gundersen Health System
18—Aging in Place, presented by Curtis Miller, Habitat for Humanity
25—Ghosts of Historic La Crosse, presented by Michael Scott
1— TBD, presented by La Crosse Public Library Archives Department
8— Places and Spaces: My Favorite Historical Buildings and Why I Like Them, presented by
22— Exceptional Eating Experiences: Holiday Meals and More, presented by Jordan Murray, Riverside Corporate Wellness
29—Elder Law, presented by Kevin Roop, J.D.
*Note: At this time, we are planning to host this program in person; however, we may shift to an online offering should COVID protocols in our community change. The library determines when and how to roll back services based on health and safety recommendations from various sources, including: The La Crosse County health Department, Coulee COVID Collaborative, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
As a Department of the City of La Crosse in a City Building, we are required to follow PPE policy as dictated by the City and currently encourage masks for unvaccinated visitors inside our facilities.