Job seeker website
Wisconsin libraries and the Department of Public Instruction have created a website tailored to Wisconsin residents, businesses and communities. More than 100 resources are included, which feature information on job-search skills like writing a successful cover letter or resume, how to complete a job application, the best ways to prepare for a winning interview and more. Visit the new website at dpi.wi.gov/job-seeker.
Gale Courses, instructor-led classes that can be taken anywhere 24/7, are available to library patrons at no cost with a library card. Online courses last six weeks, and new sessions begin every month. Courses include: Introduction to QuickBooks 2017 (24 hours); Certificate in Mindfulness (8 hours); Creating Web Pages (24 hours).
Learn more or sign up at education.gale.com/l-waukesha.
Sign up for a time slot to read one-on-one to Dakota the golden retriever from 6 to 7 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays of the month, through May 25. Read aloud for practice, fun or just some doggy time. Registration is required; call 262-246-5182 to register.
Kids age 4 and older can imagine, design, build and exhibit their creations 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 1.
Youth Art Month
From March 1 to 31, celebrate the creativity and artistic talents of Hamilton School District students at the library’s annual Youth Art Month exhibit. Family and friends are encouraged to visit and view the art on display all month.
A Youth Art Month reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 8. Attendees can meet the artists and their teachers, and enjoy refreshments and activities sponsored by the Friends of the Pauline Haass Library.
Family Storytime: 10 a.m. Tuesday through April 14. The half-hour traditional story time will delight all ages. Attendees enjoy books, finger plays, songs, movement and puppetry.
Little Readers Playgroup: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday through Friday, through April 14. Discover the library's cheerful and engaging early literacy learning areas.
For more information, call 262-246-5180 or stop in at the Pauline Haass Public Library, N64 W23820 Main St., Sussex, or visit www.phplonline.org. If you or your child requires a program to be in an accessible format, call the library at least 72 hours in advance so that arrangements can be made.