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Lafayette County Upcoming Events - 01/25/18

POSTED January 24, 2018 2:59 p.m.

Johnson Public Library Activities
DARLINGTON – The Johnson Public Library has many events for the public to enjoy. The events for January are: Jan, 26-Story Hour 10 a.m., Lego Club 1:45 p.m., High School Book Club 1:45 p.m.; Jan. 30-Story ‘n’ Craft Hour 10 a.m.
McCoy Public
Library Activities
SHULLSBURG – McCoy Public Library will be running an IditaREAD Reading Challenge all of January!  Stop at the desk to pick up your reading sheet.  Once the challenge is complete bring it back for a prize!
20th Annual Love Lights
DARLINGTON – The 20th annual Lafayette Manor Auxiliary “Love Lights” can be purchased now through Monday, Feb. 12. For a $3 donation, dedicate a heart in memory or honor of a loved one. The hearts will be placed on a tree in the 2nd floor sunroom. A dedication will take placed Friday, Feb. 16 at 2 p.m. at the manor. Proceeds will be used to buy items needed to help residents and staff. To donate, send to Lori Allendorf, 1390 Fayette Rd., Darlington, phone number: 776-3816 or 608-482-1520 or the Lafayette County Manor, 719 E. Catherine St., Darlington, phone number: 776-4210 ext. 125.
Argyle Public
Library Anniversary
ARGYLE – All are invited to the 137th Anniversary Party for the Argyle Public library on Sunday, Jan. 28 from 2-4 p.m. There will be appetizers (donated by the Argyle Women’s Club & Corner Pub & Deli), library gear available for sale (including digitized Argyle High School yearbooks), a Harry Potter green screen, Scavenger Hunt, a library-style book covering station (bring your books and we will cover and/or repair them for you), a handcrafted Argyle Library timeline and more!
LCHS/LCGS Meeting
DARLINGTON – Author Caitlynn Nemec will be the speaker at the Quarterly meeting of the Lafayette County Historical Society and the Lafayette County Genealogy Society at their joint meeting at the Community Room of Town Bank at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018.

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