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Here are a few links to help you find the forms you need.

Free tax preparation assistance is available for low-income, elderly and/or people with disabilities in many Dane County locations.

 

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Memory Screening
A memory screen is a tool that helps identify changes in memory.  Your first one creates a baseline, so changes can be detected.  Specialists from the Aging & Disability Resource Center will provide free 20-minute, confidential memory screenings and provide information about memory clinics, brain health and local resources.
Friday, February 23     9 a.m. - noon
Library Discussion Room 2
Additional screenings will be offered in June and September.
 
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Still looking for your perfect literary match?  Search no more!  Join us for our 2nd annual speed dating event.  You'll meet a variety of genres and an array of "beyond the best sellers" titles both young and old.
Sunday, February 25    2 p.m.
Library Community Room
We promise an abundance of sweets to boost your stamina.
 
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Back by popular demand, the Trinity Irish Dancers return to demonstrate their jaw-dropping skill and passion for the Irish jig.
Wednesday, February 28     6 p.m.
Library Community Room
Bonus: With registration and parental consent, interested children may stay for a free introductory lesson immediately following the show.
 
Getting to Know Medicare
This class is designed to acquaint current and future Medicare beneficiaries with the four parts of Medicare and to help them navigate the various insurance options.
Monday, February 26     6 p.m.
          or
Wednesday, February 28     10 a.m.
Library Conference Room
Registration appreciated; call 608-825-0702 or email
 
Indian Dancer Classical Indian Dance
Experience the rich cultural heritage of India through this recital performance by students from the Natyarpana Dance Company!
Sunday, March  4     2 p.m. (Program to last about 45 minutes)
Library Community Room
This program is FREE and all members of the community are invited to attend! 
 

Common Bathroom Repairs & Replacements - with Project Home
Let the pros from Project Home teach you the basics of bathroom upgrades and repairs.  The right products and tools are the keys to success.
Tuesday, March 6     6:30 p.m.
Library Community Room
Registration required.  Call 608-825-7323 or email
 

Forward Theater Compay Presents: Someone's Gotta Do It
Selections from the FTC Monologue Festival featuring Forward Theater Artists
Wednesday, March 7     6 p.m.
Library Community Room
Sponsored by Beyond the Page and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
 
Genealogy Workgroup
March 10     10 a.m.      
The Genealogy Workgroup meets on the second Saurday of each month.  New topics are explored monthly.  Feel free to bring your own laptop or tablet.
 
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Gen Silent - A film by Stu Maddux
LGBT people who fought the earliest battles for equality now face so much fear about discrimination, or worse, in health care/long-term care that they may hide their past lives, but, a small group of professionals is trying to change that.
Saturday, March 10     1 p.m.
Library Community Room
Seating for this film is limited: first 50 admitted
Generously sponsored by the OutReach LGBT Community Center and Alzheimer's Association.
 

Stephen Rich - The Old Vaudvillian
The legendary Stephen Lee returns from the road to present, "The History of Vaudeville," a comedic performance of historical accuracy -- and yes, a little yodeling!
Sunday, March 11     2 p.m.
LIbrary Community Room
Free and open to the public. All ages welcome!
This Live Concert Series event is generously sponsored by The Friends of Sun Prairie Public Library

Home Improvements: Common Unintended Pitfalls
Home remodeling projects may have unintended effects beyond the space you are improving.  Learn to recognize and avoid the most common pitfalls at this program in our series with Project Home.
Tuesday, March 13     6:30 p.m.
Library Community Room
Registration is required; call 608-825-0702 or email

Basic Digital Photography
A two-session mini course covering camera settings, photo composition and basic photo editing.  Participants should bring their digital camera and its manual to class, and must commit to attending both sessions.
Wedneday, March 14 and Wednesday, March 21
6-8 p.m.

Library Conference Room
Space is limited; registration is required.  Call 608-825-0702 or email

Pinterest Collage Pinterest Live!
Four sessions over four months.  Topics to include scrapbooking, home decorating and easy home decor.  Registration is appreciated but not required.  Drop in for one session or all of them.
Mondays at 6 p.m.
March 19, April 16, May 21

Library Community Room
Expanded Friday hours for 2018!
The library is open from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Fridays all year round.
Fine-free Library!
In an effort to reduce barriers and increase access, the Sun Prairie Public Library Board recently adopted changes to our Circulation Policy.  The Sun Prairie Public Library no longer charges daily overdue fines for most materials*.  We hope these changes will increase library visits, and access for all our patrons.  Thank you for using YOUR library!
*Specialized collections such as Buzz Books, Rental DVDs, Video Games, Technology, and Storytime Kits will still be charged daily overdue fines.  Replacement fees will continue to be charged for lost or damaged items.
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A collection of popular titles with classic appeal.
*  Books for adults, teens and children
*  Available to walk-in patrons only
*  Sponsored by the Friends of the Sun Prairie Library

 

 
   

 

Last updated: Feb 20, 2018
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