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  1. Adult Winter Reading Program

    January 6, 2022, 9:30 AM - February 28, 2022, 8:00 PM
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    New Ulm Public Library

    Join the New Ulm Public Library for our annual Winter Reading Program for adults. This year’s program begins on Thursday, January 6, and continues to the end of February. Our theme this year is Bingo! Register at the library and receive your bingo sheet to start reading. Each book you read will mark off a square on your card. Get 5 in a row and bring your bingo card to the circulation desk to choose a free book from our prize shelf as well as earn an entry to win one of 3 Chamber Bucks prizes at the end of the program. You can get up to 5 name entries on your bingo sheet. Even though the program ends on Monday, February 28, you will have until Tuesday, March 15. to turn in your bingo sheet. We hope you join us! Thank you to the Friends of the New Ulm Public Library for sponsoring the program prizes.

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  2. Evaluating the News Seminar Series

    January 13, 2022, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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    New Ulm Public Library meeting room

    Two-thirds of Americans admit that the news they consume has bias. In today’s world of 24/7 news coverage, advertising sponsorships, hype, and frequent retractions, how can you sift out the facts to make your own informed decisions? How do you recognize bias and opinion? How can you determine the motives of an article or publication? Join the New Ulm Public Library for our next seminar series as we present a no holds barred in-depth analysis of news media companies, fact checking, click bait, fake news, misinformation, and bias. The seminar series will begin on Thursday, January 6, at 6:30 PM in the library’s meeting room and will meet weekly for five weeks. Each seminar will last about 1 hour and will feature real life, happening now, news articles for analysis. We hope you’ll join us for this informative and empowering series!

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