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Our elected officials and funders need to hear from you so they have a clearer understanding of what the public library adds to our community.

Whether your story is long or short, your voice is essential for library advocacy!

February Book Club

The book club is reading Amazing Grace Adams by Lisa See and will meet on February 1st at 2PM to discuss the book.

CARE

We’re all ears! Join the CARE conversation to discuss the important aspects of hearing health with experts and find the information and resources that work for you and your family.

Every library needs a Friend!

Our Friends group provides the community with opportunities to invest in the success of the Library as well as supporting literacy and education by donating funds or time through volunteering. Join our fun and positive team dedicated to the community and library!

We are fine free!

This step reflects our commitment to serving everyone in our community, without barriers.

Job Seeker Resources

Start with Library Resources in your job search. Check out books and materials on finding a job, interviewing skills, test prep, and more available from your public library. Can’t make it to the library? No problem, use the online resources to to build workplace skills, create a great resume, and find a job.

Programs are back!

Check out our calendar for details on storytime,
adult book club, Girls Who Code clubs, & more!

Digital Library

Resources with your library card…

MORE Library Account

Manage your account. Find magazine & newspaper articles, genealogy sources, and more!

Libby: Digital Library App

Download eBooks and eAudiobooks free with your library card. Download the Libby app today.

NoveList Plus

Find book, author, series recommendations, author biographies, articles and lists for fiction and nonfiction books.

Transparent Language Online

Learn more than 100 languages at home or on the go with your library card.

East Asia in Wisconsin Grant Winner

The library received a 2021-22 grant through The Center for East Asian Studies (CEAS) at the University of Wisconsin—Madison.

Grants are awarded to public libraries throughout Wisconsin, enriching their collections with new titles that will enable patrons to deepen their understanding of East Asia (which includes China, Japan, and Korea).

The grant money is being used to add book titles to the public library’s collection. These are the titles purchased through the grant.

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D.R. Moon Memorial Public Library
154 Fourth Avenue
Stanley, WI 54768

715-644-2004

Hours
Monday-Friday: 10-6pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

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