In the interest of public health, the library will remain closed to the public visits. We will begin curbside pick up of materials on Tuesday, May 5. Click here to read the exact details. Currently only materials from our collection will be circulating. If you need instructions on how to search just our holdings in LINKcat, click here. We look forward to this opportunity to safely serve the community.

Apply for a WEB Use Only Library Card.

(There is no need to apply for this if you already have a library card.)

Vacation Cancelled?

SCLS curated a number of virtual sites offering a glimpse of places around the world. Most are free but a few offer the ability to purchase a more extensive tour for a small fee and a few offer the opportunity to make a donation. Enjoy your virtual trip!

Good News! Tumblebooks has offered free access to public libraries until August 31, 2020! Click on the links below for access to different materials. Tumblebooks has many different products. The first link is their K-6 books and the other links have an explanation in the title.

Teen Book Cloud 

Tumblebook All Age Audiobooks

Looking into your personal history? can help you do this from the comfort of your own home. Normally you must come to the library to access the Library's purchased membership, but due to the health crisis, they have allowed greater access. Click on the link to start searching your personal history. Ancestry access

Story Time!

We look forward to starting up Story Time as soon as we are open to the public.
Every Tuesday at 10:30 join Miss Jenni, some young friends (ages 2 - 5) and caregivers in the Children's Room for a story and craft! Pick up a registration form at the library.

2020 - One very important event!

The National Census is still going on. Make sure you are counted since it makes a real difference in the resources each community receives! This Census is the first to offer options to respond online or by phone (English 844-330-2020), in addition to the option to respond on a paper form as with previous censuses.

Preserving Local History! 

Check out the progress being made on the AWC's Recollection Wisconsin page!

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