McFarland - E.D. Locke Public Library

Titanic Menus: A Culinary Journey Through Ingredients and Recipes of The World’s Most Illustrious Passenger Ship

This program will tie into the Wisconsin Department of Tourism’s “Top Chef Wisconsin”-inspired 2024 “Culinary” theme. Delve into letters that first class Titanic passengers wrote to loved ones at home, describing the elaborate lunch feasts and other delicacies.

Louis V Clark III (Two Shoes) Author Visit

Louis V Clark III (Two Shoes) was born and raised on the Oneida Reservation in northeastern Wisconsin. He turned to poetry to continue the oral tradition of his people. Clark's unique voice takes readers on a deeply personal and profound quest through his life while he discovers fro himself what it means to be an American Indian.

No registration is required.

A live stream will be available here for those who cannot attend in person (link will be added on E.D. Locke Public Library's website on the day of the event).

Creating a Sense of Belonging Through Slam Poetry

Program Description:

Charles's workshop will help participants delve into crucial conversations across differences. And by doing so, participants will foster a deeper understanding of themselves. The learning objectives were designed to challenge participants to think, write, and share experiences they've had that contributed to their sense of belonging by giving participants a brave space to share their personal stories and challenging them to listen critically.