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Dennis McCann discusses The Wisconsin Story: 150 People, Places, and Turning Points that Shaped the Badger State

Feb 27 :: Madison Public Library - Lakeview Branch :: Madison
Author Dennis McCann shares engaging vignettes about everything Wisconsin, from famous firsts and household names to unearthed nuggets of hidden history
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Winter Lyceum Series - Gary Jones discusses Ridge Stories

Mar 1 :: Platteville Municipal Auditorium, City Hall :: Platteville
Join author Gary Jones as he recounts his rural childhood in South Central Wisconsin with a mixture of plainspoken warmth and irreverence
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The Making of Pioneer Wisconsin

Mar 5 :: Verona Public Library :: Verona
Author Michael E. Stevens offers a unique and intimate glimpse into the lives of Wisconsin's early settlers.
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Children's Storytime - Sport: Ship Dog of the Great Lakes

Mar 7 :: 57th Street Books :: Chicago
Author Pamela Cameron shares the remarkable, true story of a dog who sailed Lake Michigan as a crew member of the Hyacinth
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Gary Jones discusses Ridge Stories: Herding Hens, Powdering Pigs, and Other Recollections from a Boyhood in the Driftless

Mar 7 :: La Crosse Public Library :: La Crosse
Join author Gary Jones as he recounts his rural childhood in South Central Wisconsin with a mixture of plainspoken warmth and irreverence
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Old Farm Country Cookbook

Mar 8 :: Sun Prairie Public Library :: Sun Prairie
Return to an era when all food was local and farming was a family-run affair with Susan Apps-Bodilly.
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Wisconsin Lighthouses

Mar 12 :: Delafield Public Library :: Delafield
Hear stories of Wisconsin's maritime history with a photographic tour of Wisconsin lighthouses with authors Ken and Barb Wardius.
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Wisconsin in Watercolor: The Life and Legend of Folk Artist Paul Seifert

Mar 19 :: Driftless Historium :: Mt Horeb
Author and Curator Joe Kapler shines a light on folk artist Paul Seifert and the watercolor paintings he created over a hundred years ago.
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Poetry at Large - Louis V. Clark III (Two Shoes) reads from Rebel Poet: More Stories from a 21st Century Indian

Mar 19 :: Lion's Mouth Bookstore :: Green Bay
The Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets welcomes Louis Clark and Ed Risden to their monthly Poetry at Large reading series
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People of the Big Voice

Mar 21 :: Goodman South Madison Library :: Madison
Join co-authors Tom Jones and Michael Schmudlach as they share the visual history of the Ho-Chunk families at the turn of the century and beyond.