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70th Anniversary Celebration Open House
Wednesday, July 25; 3-6:30 pm
The Village of Pepin and surrounding communities have had access to a library since 1948. Come celebrate the continued success of library services with an open house. Refreshments, door prizes and opportunities to share stories and reminisce about how the library and village have changed during this time. Everyone is welcome to stop in to see how Libraries Rock!
Laura Ingalls Wilder Historical Program
Thursday, August 23 at 7 pm in the Library
Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family represent model pioneers in our culture-- people who conquered the west, broke the land and built America. But there's more to the story--a series of baffling decisions by Laura's father led to malnutrition, conflict with Native Americans, violence, poverty and even a brush with serial killers. Author Shelley Tougas discovered Laura's life was much different than the idealized and nostalgic childhood Wilder penned on paper. Tougas will present her research at the Pepin Public Library, Thursday, August 23 at 7 pm, in a presentation called “Everything Laura Ingalls Left Out of Her Novels.”