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Administration

Director
Jessica Williams

jessica.williams@mounthorebwi.info
608-437-5021 ext. 108

Circulation Supervisor
Emily Noffke

emily.noffke@mounthorebwi.info
608-437-5021 ext. 102

Youth Services

Children's Librarian
Linda Colby

linda.colby@mounthorebwi.info
608-437-5021 ext. 105

Youth Services Assistant
Amy Kalchik

amy.kalchik@mounthorebwi.info
608-437-5021 ext. 104

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Customer Services &
Marketing Librarian
Melissa Roelli

melissa.roelli@mounthorebwi.info
608-437-5021 ext. 109

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Adrianna Jensen

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Laurie Bartolini
laurie.bartolini@mounthorebwi.info
608-437-5021 ext. 111

Technical Services
Carol Cullen

608-437-5021 ext. 100

Circulation

Avery Benson
Samantha Adank
Tracey Gross
Cathie Jensen
Lois Tremelling
Vicki Widdicomb

Shelvers

Anders Frank
Julia Kloess
Nyona Lizdas
Karen Schulz

 

Library Board

Name Contact
John Kuse, President 608-437-8828 or kusejohn@yahoo.com
Dave Boyden, Treasurer 608-467-7399
Steve Salerno,
School Board Representative
608-437-2400
Karla Ott,
Personnel Committee
608-437-6854
Linda Bullette,
Personnel Committee
608-437-4714
Paula Craft,
Personnel Committee
608-437-5652
Mike Goltz,
Village Board Representative
608-444-1732 or mike.goltz@mounthorebwi.info

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Mount Horeb Library Board of Trustees/Job Description (Reference: Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 43.58, 43.60):

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Members of the library board are mandated by Wisconsin law to control:

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The Horse-Human Connection
Speaker Time & Locations

andrea bill

Dressage
Andrea Bill
Tuesday, October 3 at 7:30 pm
Unbranded film screening at 6 pm
Madison Public Library - Pinney Branch

Tuesday, October 10 at 7 pm
Unbranded film screening at 5:30 pm
Waunakee Public Library

Andrea Bill (Andi) will discuss Dressage: Connected Riding as part of Dane County Libraries examination of The Horse-Human Connection. Andi attended Mount Holyoke College, successfully competing as an intercollegiate equestrian and captaining Mount Holyoke's IHSA team her junior and senior years. She rode as an alternate on the United States Intercollegiate team in Luxembourg and Malmo, Sweden, and was chef d'equipe for the winning American team in 1999. Andi teaches both hunt seat and dressage, from beginning riders to seasoned competitors.

jim leary

The Changing Role of Horses in Our Society
Jim Leary
Wednesday, October 4 at 7:30 pm
Unbranded film screening at 6 pm
Fitchburg Public Library

Jim Leary will lead a discussion on The Changing Role of Horse in Our Society as part of Dane County Libraries examination of The Horse-Human Connection. Jim will examine the role of horses from the time of his grandparents to the present. Leary is a recently retired professor in the Department of Scandinavian Studies, as well as in the Department of Comparative Literature and Folklore Studies. He is a co­-founder and director of the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures and a fellow of the Wisconsin Academy and of the American Folklore Society.

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Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
Gretchen Arndt & Tami Bahr,
Triquestrian, LLC

Thursday, October 5 at 7 pm
Unbranded film screening at 5:30 pm
Deforest Public Library

Gretchen Arndt & Tami Bahr will discuss Equine Assisted Psychotherapy in relation to their practice at Triquestrian. Triquestrian, LLC is an organization that strives to provide an opportunity for growth and learning through the power of horses to the community. "We believe horses have the ability to help us experience and explore life from a unique perspective creating opportunities for growing, learning, and healing." (Arndt and Bahr, 2014)

Dr judy batker

Equine Medical Practices: Working with Horses in Haiti, Costa Rica, Mexico & the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation
Dr. Judy Batker
Monday, October 9 at 7:30 pm
Unbranded film screening at 6 pm
Verona Public Library

Dr. Judy Batker, Veterinarian and Owner of Country View Equine Clinic, will discuss Equine Medical Practices: Working with Horses in Haiti, Costa Rica, Mexico & the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. We now know that old practices of caring for horses were detrimental over time. We can create more stable and long­lasting relationships with our equine counterparts. Dr. Judy Batker is a 1995 graduate of UW-Madison.

Dr Robert Streiffer

Animal Ethics
Dr. Robert Streiffer
Wednesday, October 11 at 7:30 pm
Unbranded film screening at 6 pm
Cross Plains Public Library

Dr. Robert Streiffer, UW-Madison Department of Medical History and Bioethics and the Department of Philosophy, will discuss Animal Ethics as a part of Dane County Libraries examination of The Horse-Human Connection.

Gretchan arndt

Parelli Natural Horsemanship
Gretchen Arndt, Horse First Farm
Thursday, October 12 at 7:30 pm
Unbranded film screening at 6 pm
Deerfield Public Library

Gretchen Arndt will discuss Parelli Natural Horsemanship as part of Dane County Libraries examination of The Horse-Human Connection. Parelli focuses on building relationships between horses and humans based on trust and mutual understanding. In addition to being the Equine Specialist on the Triquestrian, LLC team, Gretchen is also a Licensed Instructor of Parelli Natural Horsemanship at The Horse First Farm in Madison, WI.

John bonine

Building Trust with Horses
John Bonine
Sunday, October 15 at 3:45 pm
Unbranded film screening at 2 pm
Base Camp Café, Mazomanie

John Bonine is lifelong horse trainer and farrier who studied under Ray Hunt and Buck Brannaman. He will speak on Building Trust with Horses as part of Dane County Libraries examination of The Horse-Human Connection.
"I had a ranch upbringing in southeastern Montana. Most of our ranch work and much of our travel was a-horse-back. My parents taught me to ride at an early age and I've been mounted ever since." ~ John Bonine

Karen Diegel

Horses as Healers: Therapeutic Riding
Karen Diegel
Saturday, October 21 at 1 pm
Unbranded film screening at 11:30 am
Sun Prairie Public Library

Thursday, October 26 at 7 pm
Unbranded film screening at 5:30 pm
Oregon Public Library

Occupational Therapist and PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) Certified Instructor, Karen Diegel will lead a discussion on Horses as Healers: Therapeutic Riding as part of Dane County Libraries examination of The Horse-Human Connection. Karen teaches Therapeutic Riding at Three Gaits Riding School in the Stoughton/Oregon area. Three Gaits, Inc., is a non­profit organization whose mission is to provide equine-assisted activities and therapies that enhance the lives of people with physical, emotional, or intellectual challenges.

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The Connection: The Mustangs of Unbranded
Ben Masters
Friday, November 3 at 6 pm
Madison Public Library - Central Branch
In partnership with Madison Book Festival

Saturday, November 4 at 1 pm
Unbranded film screening at 11:30 am
Mount Horeb Public Library

Ben Masters, Unbranded Film Producer, will speak with an emphasis on The Horse-Human Connection in regards to the personal relationship he formed with wild Mustangs for the filming of Unbranded. Ben Masters is a filmmaker, writer, horse trainer, guide, and conservationist who splits his time between Montana, Texas, and the mountains in between. Masters has a degree in Wildlife Biology from Texas A&M University and was the producer, character, and mastermind behind the Mountainfilm and Hot Docs Audience Award-winning documentary Unbranded.

Visit www.beyondthepage.info for information about the grant that made this program possible.