Month: March 2011

Things Worth Knowing: Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

Please attend the first installment of “Things Worth Knowing” this Friday, March 25, from 4:30 to 5:00 in the new books area. Our topic will be the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire; a disaster which took place 100 years ago today.

There will be cookies as added inducement.

“Things Worth Knowing” will be a weekly event in the library, at which the Mudd Library staff will share their knowledge on a wide variety of topics.

You can RSVP on thehe event’s Facebook page!

Reaching Out, Lifting Up: Connecting with Youth in Crisis An Evening with Paul Wesselmann

Please join Appleton Public Library for this evening with Paul Wesselman as he helps us reach out and lift up our youth and each other as we work together
during disturbing incidence of suicide. Please come if you are someone who works with youth, a parent, teacher, social worker, counselor, administrator, medical staff, or anyone concerned about youth. Youth are welcome to attend!

All are invited & please pass this on and invite others!

Reaching Out, Lifting Up: Connecting with Youth in Crisis
An Evening with Paul Wesselmann

March 23, 2011
6:30-8:00 p.m.
Free and open to the public at
Appleton Public Library, Lower Level
225 N. Oneida Street, Appleton

Many of us are eager to respond to the disturbing incidences of suicide deaths which deeply impact our youth, our families, and our entire
community. Our facilitator on March 23 will share his experience of growing up as an OUTSIDER in a society that doesn’t handle difference
well. At this program, we intend to create a comfortable space for people to respectfully share their opinions and ideas about how we can
respond compassionately and effectively to the challenges that face our youth and our communities.

Paul Wesselmann, is a nationally-known, deeply-engaging leadership trainer with degrees in psychology and higher education who has presented extensively around the Fox Valley at teacher in-services, colleges and organizations ranging from Appleton Public Library to Kimberly Clark. Twenty-five thousand subscribers to The RIPPLES connect with Paul weekly, and even thousands more connect with him on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

Educators, parents, youth, and all members of the community are urged to attend this important gathering.

This program is sponsored by the City of Appleton Office of Diversity and the Appleton Public Library and funded by Lawrence University’s Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention Grant and Office of Campus Life. Supported by M-Link: Mental Health Linkages-Connecting Families, Communities & Schools in Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute

For more information, contact
Kathy Flores
City of Appleton Diversity Coordinator
Phone: 920-832-1564
Email: kathy.flores@appleton.org

“This program was developed, in part, under grant number 1U79SM058992-01 from SAMHSA. The views, opinions and content of this publication are those of the authors and contributors, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or policies of CMHS, SAMHSA, or HHS, and should not be considered as such.”

Happy International Women’s Day!

“Feminism is about a better set of values in which gender loses some of its power of oppression, in which separate and distinct voices are not only heard but also listened to, and in which a better set of values is followed.”

– Stephen Whittle, “Where Did We Go Wrong? Feminism and Trans Theory — Two Teams on the Same Side?”