“In Garmus’s debut novel, a frustrated chemist finds herself at the helm of a cooking show that sparks a revolution. Welcome to the 1960s, where a woman’s arsenal of tools was often limited to the kitchen—and where Elizabeth Zott is hellbent on overturning the status quo one meal at a time.”
—New York Times
With summer approaching, what better way to have fun than playing games in our beautiful Children’s Garden! We will have a bunch of games and activities set up for you and your family to enjoy the great outdoors. Ring in the newer, warmer season with some fun and frolicking! No rain date planned.
Applications are now being accepted from artists and makers for the 4th Annual Greenfield Art Fair which will be held on Sunday, July 17.
Stop by the library or email Gloria at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
The goal of No Mow May is to provide early season forage for bees and other pollinators by reducing our mowing intensity during a month where foraging resources are limited. You can register on the City's page by clicking here
Wehr Nature Center Camera Club (WNCCC) started in the early eighties to promote an interest in photography. To learn more about how to join or to purchase photos, please contact Diane at (414) 688-1855 or Sheila at (262) 363-8120.
Have some fun at Greenfield Library! We offer a chance to play games with members of the community. Use that big brain of yours and get lucky with bimonthly game events and have some fun while doing it. Contact Phil at email@example.com to register and for more details.