Kimberly-Litte Chute Public Library provides a wide-variety of programming for people of all ages. Celebrate the gift of lifelong learning and the love of reading by participating in a program today! For a complete list of upcoming programs, check What's Happening.
The library hosts 2 monthly book clubs, an afternoon group and an evening group. Learn more about our book clubs, including past reads and upcoming meetings.
Calling all creative people! Bring your latest crafting project and supplies to the library and enjoy an evening of hanging out with other crafty types. Each month we'll offer a how-to session on different projects - you can participate or just enjoy the time to work on what you like. Learn about this month's project.
FOLKS First Thursdays
The Friends of the Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library (a.k.a. FOLKS) sponsors adult programs on the 1st Thursday of each month at the Kimberly Public Library. View the calendar for upcoming 1st Thursday programs.
Fox Cities Reads
The public libraries of the Fox Cities and UW-Fox Valley have come together with the goal of building a larger sense of community and to promote literacy. Each year, we select an author and title to promote for Fox Cities Reads and encourage the people in our communities to read, think, talk, listen, and grow together. More information is available at http://www.foxcitiesreads.org.
Fox Cities Book Festival
Held in a variety of venues throughout the Fox Cities communities and coinciding with National Library Week and National Poetry Month, the Fox Cities Book Festival brings noted national, state and local authors to share their works through readings, panels, workshops, school programs and conversations, raising their appreciation for one another and the pure joy of reading. The Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library is honored to serve as a venue for the Festival. Visit http://www.foxcitiesbookfestival.org for more information about the Festival.
Summer Reading Program
Each summer, the library hosts a summer reading program for all ages. The theme changes, as do the events and activities for the program, but one thing remains the same... the importance of reading as an adult and serving as a positive example for the youth in your life!