Join us for our Fall Program coming up soon! Mark your calendars for October 27, when local historian Connie Goss explores the Wagner family and its lasting impact on the community. George and Anna Wagner and their children, Charles, Frank and Rose arrived in Monroe in 1906. George and Charles were the primary owners and operators of one of the largest lumber mills in the state, located a few miles north of town. In addition to Wagner Mill, which closed in 1936, the family was also known for their large stately home on W. Main St. and their generosity to the community, which included funding to build schools and Wagner Auditorium. The two hour program begins at 1:00pm at the Monroe Library, located at 1070 Village Way, Monroe. Light refreshments will be available. Hope to see you there!