Friends of the Library welcomes Root-Pike WIN Dir.
The Friends of the Library at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside look at the future of two important local waterways during the organization's first spring semester program. The presentation "Root-Pike Watershed Initiative Network: An overview of the programs and other initiatives of Root-Pike WIN" with Executive Director Susan Greenfield, is Thursday, Feb. 14, starting at 7 p.m. The program takes place in the Overlook Lounge on the second floor of the library at 900 Wood Rd. in Kenosha.
Root-Pike WIN is dedicated to protecting, restoring, and sustaining ecosystems in the watersheds adjacent to Lake Michigan through funding and facilitation of locally initiated projects. The recipient of numerous environmental awards, Greenfield is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and holds a master's degree from Marquette University.
Future Friends of the UW-Parkside Library programs feature the presentation "Zofia and Stefan Korbonski: An engrossing story of two important World War II political exiles" with Dr. Anna Mazurkiewicz, Thursday, March 7. The series concludes with "Reflecting on the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, July 1863" presented by UW-Parkside History Professor and presidential scholar Sandra Moats Thursday, April 11.All programs are free and are held in the UW-Parkside Library. For more information, call 262-595-2356.