The Elm Grove Public Library, established and supported by the citizens of Elm Grove, provides access to library facilities, resources, and services necessary to meet the informational, educational, and leisure needs of all the people in the community. It assembles, preserves, and administers an organized collection of print and non-print materials to fill those needs. It places special emphasis on stimulating interest and life-long appreciation for reading and learning among children and adults alike
Looking for something to do this weekend? Fear not; there are two great events happening in Elm Grove that will leave the whole family entertained.
Kohl’s Color Wheel
Imagine a vehicle that brings creativity and ingenuity into your community—a mobile art experience that’s like an extension of the Milwaukee Art Museum, where kids not only take part in fun projects, but also grow and learn through art! That’s the idea behind Kohl’s Color Wheel program, and its coming to Elm Grove this Saturday.
We can all appreciate the creative forces that children have inside of them. This is their chance to express themselves artistically. The Kohl’s Color Wheel Program, presented by the Milwaukee Art Museum, will be held at the Elm Grove Public Library this Saturday, February 8, from 10am to Noon. This free program is intended for children ages 4-12, who must be accompanied by an adult. No reservations are needed; simply show up ready to create. Kohl’s Color Wheel is presented by the Friends of Elm Grove Library. We’ll see you on Saturday!
Murder on the Nile
There’s still time to catch a great murder mystery right here in Elm Grove. But you must hurry, this is the last weekend for “Murder on the Nile” at Sunset Playhouse.
Based on Agatha Christie’s 1937 classic “Death on the Nile,” the play weaves a tale of suspense and intrigue around a honeymooning couple aboard a steamer cruising under the Egyptian sun. When their peace and relaxation is suddenly interrupted as a body is discovered on board, the couple is drawn into a mystery where everyone’s a suspect and nothing is as it seems. This production, directed by Carol Dolphin, and is sure to leave you entertained and on the edge of your seat. There will be shows nightly this Wednesday-Saturday (Feb. 5-8) at 7:30pm, as well as a Saturday matinee (Feb. 8) at 4pm and one final performance on Sunday (Feb. 9) at 2pm.
Even better, Sunset Playhouse has partnered with the Friends of the Elm Grove Library for a special offer. Stop into the library or visit our website at elmgrovelibrary.org to print out your special ticket voucher, which ensures that $5 of your $20 ticket is donated to the Friends of the Elm Grove Library. Don’t miss this opportunity to see a fantastic show and support a great cause. And if you are interested in even more Agatha Christie, you can discover a large selection of her mysteries available at the library for check out today.
If you have any questions, contact the Elm Grove Library at (262) 782-6717.