Cheeseheads: The Documentary

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 - 5:30pm to 8:00pm

Join us as John Mitchell, Director and Producer of "Cheeseheads: The Documentary" visits the library to talk about the similarities between ourselves and others as human beings.  It’s about the coming together, the expression of who we are, and about finding a common cause to unite over, especially if it involves the almighty Green Bay Packers (or any team you may love).

Meet & Greet with John Mitchell at 5:30 p.m. Film screening starts at 6:00 p.m.

After twenty years of living elsewhere, a man returns to the place of his youth with a camera in hand ready to rediscover just what it means to be a Cheesehead.  While his career choices may have led him elsewhere, he has always been a Cheesehead to the core, a proud Wisconsinite who may have left the state, but the state never left him.  Through the course of this video documented journey, he intends to discover the greatness of the state from it’s small town Midwest lifestyle, to its big city yet seemingly still quite small town metropolises, its rural splendor, and everything else in between.

When most people think of Wisconsin they think of cheese, beer, and more often then not the Green Bay Packers, and well they should as Wisconsin is quite proud of those three claims to fame.  Yet there is so much more to this fine state than that, many things of which Wisconsinites would be proud to boast upon if only the rest of the world even knew about them.  Of course what Wisconsin is really all about are it’s Cheeseheads, the people from the state who make it such a rewarding place to live and be from.  “Cheeseheads: The Documentary” intends to show all of these things and more.

To learn more about "Cheeseheads" The Documentary prior to our viewing, visit