12.23.15 We have had tremendous interest in our new streaming media service, Hoopla, which is available to City of La Crosse residents. We thought we should clarify this. For library card purposes, having a La Crosse address doesn't necessarily make you a City of La Crosse resident. Library service is based on where you pay your taxes. So, folks in Campbell, Shelby, Medary and other small townships who may have a city address, are not, for library purposes, city residents. Your tax dollars support the La Crosse County library system (Onalaska, Campbell, West Salem, Holmen, and Bangor). Even though we have a shared catalog, our library services are completely separate.
We will be closed Thursday, December 24, Friday, December 25, Thursday, December 31, 2015, and Friday, January 1, 2016, for the Christmas and New Year's holidays. Hours will be the same at all locations on all other days.
12.16.15 Still filling out your holiday cards and need a few more addresses? Try A to Z Databases.This resource is a powerful residential directory and business resource that's available to city of La Crosse residents outside the library, and to anyone inside the library.
For middle and high school students only! Join us for our first ever after-hours hide-and-seek in the library on Friday, December 11. It's going be epic because we're adding a Harry Potter-inspired twist to our game. Please use the parking lot doors at Main which will open at 6:15 pm, and will close again at 6:30 pm. Don't be late!