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MONDAY MORNINGS AT MAIN: IN PERSON
Welcome back for a new season of Monday Mornings at Main!
Beginning February 7, 2022, we invite you to join us in person* for lifelong learning programs designed for ages 50 and better. For the month of February, we’ll meet offsite at the Myrick Park Center starting at 10:00am, and we'll return to the Main Hall of the La Crosse Public Library March 7 – April 25.
Each Monday morning at 10:00AM, we'll hear from a new speaker on a variety of topics ranging from local history, health and wellness, to popular entertainment and more! Register using the Upcoming Events Calendar (right), by emailing email@example.com or by calling 608-789-7145.
Monday Mornings at Main is sponsored by the Gertrude Salzer Gordon Trust.
FEBRUARY : MYRICK PARK CENTER
7— Monday Morning at the Myrick Park Center, presented by Stephanie Hanna
with the WisCorps’ Education Animals
14— Coulee Region Giving Hearts Choir Performance
21— The Founding of Luxembourg American Military Cemetery presented by,
28— Emergency Preparedness for Older Adults, presented by Molly McCormick,
American Red Cross - Southwest WI Chapter
MARCH : LA CROSSE PUBLIC LIBRARY, MAIN HALL
7— Kissing the Blarney Stone, presented by Bob Wingate
14— Estate Planning, presented by Katelyn Doyle, J.D.
21—TBD, presented by La Crosse County Historical Society
28— All of Us Research Program, presented by Kristy Honaker, Gundersen Health System
APRIL : LA CROSSE PUBLIC LIBRARY, MAIN HALL
4— VOTING SETUP: NO PROGRAM
11— Dementia Friends, presented by Heather Quackenboss, Extension La Crosse County
18—The Titanic Story, presented by Tom Pahs
25— Patrick J. Lucey: A Lasting Legacy, presented by Dennis Dresang
Unable to attend Monday Mornings at Main in person? No problem! You can view presentation recordings on our YouTube channel.
*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.