As of June 8 the library is open for Express Service. It goes against our very nature to ask you to limit your time in our stacks, but we believe that the safety of our patrons and staff is paramount. We ask that you treat your visit as you would a trip to the grocery store and limit your time in the library to the time necessary to conduct the business you are here for. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Please see our Express Service page for details.
Since we are unable to have in-library Teen Tuesdays, we will continue monthly take-home bags this fall. Fill out the form at https://forms.gle/EH93x19bS6Bjj51s6 to select which activities you'd like to receive in October. You can choose 1, 2, 3 or all 4 activities!
- Candy Buttons: Make your own candy buttons using powdered sugar, meringue powder and flavoring.
- Model Magic Cats or Bats: You'll get black, orange, and white Model Magic to sculpt your own cats or bats (or anything...
Beginning Wednesday, July 8, masks will be required inside the library. Need a mask? We've got you covered! A free mask will be available at the desk.
Looking for an alternative? If you're unwilling or unable to wear a mask at the library, you can arrange for our super slick Curbside Pick-Up! Visit the Curbside Service section of our website or call 608-643-8318 for details.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Maker Mondays have been so popular we’ll be continuing them this fall, with bags available every Monday. There will be one craft for kids in grades 1-5, another for PreK-K, and a coloring sheet for younger children. No registration is required, just stop by the library to get a bag (while supplies last). Contact Heather Phelps at 608-643-8318 or email@example.com with questions.