Paint a pumpkin to look like your favorite character from a book! We are accepting entry registrations through October 24th. Please bring your painted pumpkin to the library before Halloween for a free book and the chance to win a prize.
A long time board member and dedicated advocate for our community, Cheryl Kern-Simirenko, passed away in July. She will be dearly missed by all who had the good fortune to know her. Cheryl’s memory and impact will certainly live on through the difference she made in the lives of so many as her legacy continues.
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.
You can help your library! Tell your short or long story about your favorite thing to do at the library, how the library has helped you out this year, or what keeps you coming back to the library. We’ll pass these stories on to our elected officials on Library Legislative Day and use your comments to shape our programs and services.
Programs are back!
adult book club, Girls Who Code clubs, & more!
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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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Search millions of items in the MORE library catalog…