What We Do Best
- Library Cards
Find out what you need to get a library card, your responsibilities as a cardholder, and all the awesome that your library card brings. You can also log in to your account.
- Computer Classes
The library offers free, regularly scheduled computer classes.
- Computer Use & Access
Offering access to technology and the internet is one of our core services.
Expert advice on what to read, watch, or listen to next. You'll also find book club news here.
- Book Clubs
Share your love of reading with others.
- Children's Initiatives
Our Youth Services Team provides year-round innovative, literacy-based, and engaging programming for ages birth-12.
- Meeting Rooms
We offer meeting rooms at all three locations. Find use guidelines, fees, and to reserve a room on this page.
- Study Room
The library has one first-come, first-served free study room at Main.
- Job Seekers
The Library offers a variety of materials and services to help you jump-start your job search.
- Nonprofit Resource Center (Grants)
The library serves the non-profit community with access to resources and programs to assist you and your organization with funding.
- Seed Library
In 2013, we became the first Seed Library in Wisconsin. The library offers programs, information, and heirloom seeds to gardeners who plant, harvest and return their seeds.
- Interlibrary Loan Guidelines
Can't find what you need? We are part of a nation-wide network of libraries that help you extend your borrowing power.
The Library publishes four e-newsletters. Sign up and be in the know!
- National History Day
National History Day (NHD) is an exciting academic enrichment program that helps students learn about historical issues, ideas, people, and events. The Library supports the program by annually hosting over 500 middle school students for tours and research visits.
We make the library accessible, with services, software and equipment.