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Join the Cross Plains Sustainability Committee and the Focus on Energy program for an information session all about lowering energy bills in your home!

Wednesday, June 14th — 6pm

The cheapest, most sustainable energy is the kind you never use! Making your home more energy efficient can have many benefits: lower energy bills, increased comfort, better indoor air quality, and a lower environmental impact. Thanks to Wisconsin's FOCUS ON ENERGY program and the Inflation Reduction Act, there are more resources available now than ever before to lower the cost of going efficient.

Join us for a free event at the Rosemary Garfoot Public Library at 6pm on Wednesday, June 14th to learn:

  • Which home energy projects to start with to save the most money
  • How to take advantage of Focus on Energy rebates and resources
  • General information on available tax credits for home energy projects

This event is hosted by the Cross Plains Sustainability Committee in partnership with Focus on Energy.

A flyer advertising memory screenings at the library in July

Free Memory Screenings

Tuesday, July 11th, 2023 — 9am to 12pm (Appointments needed)

The Dane County Aging and Disability Resource Center will be at the library on July 11th to provide free and confidential memory screenings to the Cross Plains community. A memory screen is an evaluation tool designed to help check someone's memory and cognitive skills. These can help tell you if a more in-depth diagnostic test for memory problems is needed or simply provide a baseline for future screenings. Specialists from the ADRC will be completing these 20-minute screenings by appointment on the 11th and will also have information on hand about memory clinics, brain health, and other local resources. To set up an appointment, please call the library at 608-798-3881 or ask in-person at the service desk. If you have questions about the screenings, please call the the ADRC at 608-240-7400.