November 7, 2018 – Gale Courses Online with Your Library Card

Legion Memorial Library Offers Access to Online Courses

Learning never stops. Whether you’re looking for college-level, professional development, or personal enrichment courses, our library now offers hundreds of online courses through Gale Courses.

 Gale Courses offers access to professional, online learning courses that are available anytime, anywhere, any place. The courses are free for all library users. Library users can sign up and log in with a library account. With six-week courses, library users can join programs year-round.

We’re excited to be able to offer Gale Courses.  The courses are taught by experts in their fields, and library customers will be able to access them at the library, or on their home computers.

Below is a small sampling of the hundreds of courses available:

  • Effective Business Writing
  • Grammar Refresher
  • Computer Skills for the Workplace
  • Personal Finance
  • Speed Spanish
  • Mastering Public Speaking

You can also enroll in Gale Courses at  All you need to enroll is your library card.

The Friends of the Library rescheduled their meeting to Thursday, November 8th at 5 PM.  We welcome new members.  Come and join us as we plan for 2019.

Conversation & Crafts meets regularly on Thursday nights at 7 PM. Most often you will find us knitting or crocheting, but we have been known to tie a quilt, make sock snowmen, or paint on rocks.  In addition to our own projects, we like to donate our work to different organizations each year.  This year we will be making lap blankets for the Northwest Wisconsin Cancer Center of Memorial Medical Center.  This is once again in conjunction with the Senior Center Crafters, who meet on Thursday afternoons at 1 PM.  Lap blankets may be brought to the Mellen Library & Senior Center to be donated.  Grab your knitting needles, crochet hook, yarn and stop on by.  You are welcome to join us.

Monday Night Book Club will meet on November 12th at 6 PM to discuss, “Manhattan Beach” by Jennifer Egan.

Wednesday Afternoon Book Club will meet on November 14th at Noon to discuss, “Miller’s Valley” by Anna Quindlen.

The Friends of the Library will be hosting a Foreign Exchange Student Reception on Wednesday, November 14th at 6 PM.  Come join us in welcoming Mellen students Diego & Melih, and Father Papi to our community. Refreshments will be served.

New DVDs added, thanks to a donation from the Friends of Our Wonderful Library/FOWL:  Ant Man and the Wasp, Boundaries, Down a Dark Hall, Eighth Grade, Hostiles, Hotel Transylvania 3, Jurassic World:  Fallen Kingdom, Leave No Trace, Life of the Party, Mamma Mia Here We Go Again, Ocean’s 8, Skyscraper, Solo:  Star Wars Story, Tag, Three Identical Strangers, UFO, and Wonderstruck.

Hope to see you soon at the library!