One Community, Many Voices

Everyone has a story worth sharing!

The One Community, Many Voices initiative collects your stories and shares them with the entire community! Trained volunteer interviewers will come and interview you with a list of set questions covering your life and your history with the Monona community. These interviews will then be made available on the Monona Library website, and together with the stories of your friends, family, and neighbors, will offer up a description of Monona life for generations to come! 

If you are interested in sharing your story or are curious and would like more information, please fill out this form or contact Kate Stalker at kate@mononalibrary.org.

This initiative is a partnership with Monona Community Media, the Historic Blooming Grove Historical Society, and MG21 Charter School. Grant funding has been secured from Dane Arts, Beyond the Page, and Wisconsin Humanities Council. Additional funding provided by the Friends of Monona Library.

 

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Interview with Dawnne Edseth

Interview with Nancy Zeman
Interview with Amelia Speight
Interview with Marjorie Rowley
Interview with Mary O'Connor
Interview with Kate Heiber Cobb
Interview with Margaret Jankowski
Interview with Val Edwards
Interview with Doug Wood
Interview with Thomas Solheim
Interview with Mary Eberle
Interview with Andy Kitslaar
Interview with Deb Whitehorse
Interview with Claudia Gamoneda
Interview with Colleen O'Keefe
Interview with Jeff Hinz
Interview with Dean Bowles
Interview with Sue Carr
Interview with Ken Sorge
Interview with Doug Kolner
Jane Beebe
Interview with Claire
Interview with Pete Gunderson Part 1
Interview with Pete Gunderson Part 2
Interview with Pete Gunderson Part 3