Programs for Adults

September 24, 7pm - Book Discussion with BJ Hollars

In May 1961, despite multiple Supreme Court rulings, segregation remained alive and well within the system of interstate travel. All across the American South, interstate buses as well as their travel facilities were divided racially. This blatant disregard for law and morality spurred the Congress of Racial Equality to send thirteen individuals—seven black, six white—on a harrowing bus trip throughout the South as a sign of protest…While much has been written on the Freedom Rides, far less has been published about the individual riders. Join award-winning author B. J. Hollars as he sets out on his own journey to meet them, retracing the historic route and learning the stories of as many surviving riders as he could. The Road South: Personal Stories of the Freedom Riders offers an intimate look into the lives and legacies of the riders. Throughout the book these civil rights veterans’ poignant, personal stories offer timely insights into America’s racial past and hopeful future.

– Publisher’s Website

October 5, 6:30 pm - Movie Night

Join us for a Movie Night at the library; we’ll be showing the newly released Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom! Refreshments will be provided.

October 24, 7pm - Chippewa Valley Book Festival author Thomas Pearson discussing his book, "When the Hills are Gone"

“Thomas W. Pearson takes us to the front lines of one of the great under-reported environmental issues in America today—how the fracking industry’s hunger for sand is impacting rural Wisconsin. His deep research and intimate portraits of people on all sides of the controversy make this an important and timely read for anyone concerned about our country’s environment, natural resources, and what happens when the needs of big business collide with those of ordinary citizens.”

– Vince Beiser

Professor Pearson will discuss how anthropological research was used in writing his book about the impact of frac sand mining on sense of place, community, and local democracy in our area.

November 10: 10 am - Photography Tips & Tricks

Photographer Sara Otto will be sharing her expert knowledge on how to take the best photos. During this session you’ll learn tips and tricks to get the most out of your camera.

November 10, 11:15 am - Get a FREE Family Portrait Taken!

*Registration is Required* Photographer Sara Otto will be available to capture a picture of you and your family! One free picture per family will be emailed to you, and will be perfect for upcoming Christmas cards and Holiday Greetings. Call the library to reserve your spot.


December 14, 6:30 pm - Movie Night

Join us for a Movie Night at the library! The movie is to be determined, so keep an eye on our Facebook page for the movie selected. Popcorn, pop, and chips will be provided.

Fall Creek Public Library

122 E. Lincoln Ave.
P.O. Box 426
Fall Creek, WI 54742


Library Hours

Mon-Thur 10 am – 6 pm
Friday 10 am – 4 pm
Saturday 10 am – 1 pm
Sunday Closed