Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch

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Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch
Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch is listed in the Libraries category in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Displayed below are the social networks for Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch is:
1060 Orlando Dr
Green Bay, WI 54304
(920) 492-4913

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Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch has an overall ZapScore of 94. This means that Brown County Library - Ashwaubenon Branch has a higher ZapScore than 94% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Green Bay, Wisconsin is 40 and in the Libraries category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore

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A generous person dropped off these gorgeous roses at our Southwest branch first thing this morning in memory of... fb.me/tmnLaYdl

A generous person dropped off these gorgeous roses at our Southwest branch first thing this morning in memory of her mother, a long-time library friend and user. All she asked was that customers take a rose to brighten their day. How do you #payitforward?


RT @PGDougSchneider: 'Untitledtown" program at @_BCLibrary attendance far exceeded expectations, Visitors came from Chicago, Detroit, Arizo…


When fandoms collide amazing thing happen! Hamilton meets Star Wars! #40thAnniversary fb.me/3dAdagBy1

When fandoms collide amazing thing happen! Hamilton meets Star Wars! #40thAnniversary
“The cast of @HamiltonMusical visited Lucasfilm and didn’t throw away their shot to wish Star Wars a happy birthday. #StarWars40th https://t.co/6mb19hPgxB”


For today's Throwback Thursday we take the time to honor and remember the fallen who served our country in the... fb.me/39lwxwk53

Brown County Library added 2 new photos.
For today's Throwback Thursday we take the time to honor and remember the fallen who served our country in the armed services. The idea of honoring our fallen was established by the Grand Army of the Republic, a group of Civil War veterans wanting to pay special honor to men who fought with them during the American Civil War. General John A. Logan of the Grand Army of the Republic declared the first Decoration Day on May 30, 1868. Green Bay’s first Decoration Day celebration did not occur until May 30, 1876. The late celebration was due to the fact that GAR post did not organize until March 23, 1876, in Green Bay. Once established, GAR Post 15 took charge to organize events for Decoration Day for the cities of Green Bay and Fort Howard. The first Decoration Day included a procession across the Main Street Bridge into Fort Howard, then back across the bridge into Green Bay. The procession headed to Calhoun Square, today known as St. John’s Park, where a ceremony was held and a memorial tree was planted in the center of the square. After the ceremony, the families of the fallen were invited to join the GAR in local cemeteries to decorate the graves of the men who gave their lives for our country. Today, memories of the first Decoration Day have faded and the Memorial Tree no longer stands, but our memories of those who gave their lives for our country still shine brightly. #TBT

Can't bear to be without us? Our website can help you pass the time with ebooks, Lynda.com, Rosetta Stone...there are all sorts of ways to help fill the emptiness ;) www.browncountylibrary.org


📻 It's hard to imagine, but before smartphones, Netflix, and even television, it was all about sitting around the. fb.me/3m3iACdLo

Brown County Library shared Radio Madness Productions's event.
📻 It's hard to imagine, but before smartphones, Netflix, and even television, it was all about sitting around the radio! Be transported back to the Golden Age of Radio for classic scripts performed live like they were in the 30s, 40s, and 50s.🎙
Join us with our special guest host, Norman Gilliland, for an evening of entertainment and education as you wax nostalgic watching the live performance of two radio scripts! This year's show will feature two Old Time Radio classics, Fibber McGee and Molly and The Shadow. In addition, we will have two young guest performers performing a famous Abott and Costello skit. 3:00PM matinee and 5:30PM evening shows. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12 and seniors. Group rates are available. If you are interested in purchasing tickets in advance, please see below for contact information. Our performers donate their time and all proceeds will be donated to the Brown County Library System. Please join us to support this excellent cause! Performers: Tom Harter Emily Terrell Paulsen Brian Gruselle Jeni Funk Gary Radke Parker Drew Matt Welter Eric Maixner Special Guests: Bailey Conradt Jon Geniesse Vintage Hammond Organ: Brian Gruselle Foley: Patricia Jagodinsky Maggie Dernehl Director: Tyler Terrell Sponsored by Luna Cafe Please like our page!!!! https://www.facebook.com/radiomadnessproductions
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