April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). In recognition of this important event, join us for a virtual book discussion of Chanel Miller's Know My Name: A Memoir. This event is held in partnership with Friends, Inc.
Contact Sara at email@example.com for information on obtaining a copy of the book.
Did you ever wonder how many materials we have in our collection? Or how many items we circulate in a month? Check out our At a Glance statistics for March!
Per city policy, wearing a face covering is REQUIRED while using the library. Our social distancing policy remains in effect - please keep your visits brief, and limit the number of people in your group as much as possible. Please call us if you need help requesting items, or to learn more about your pickup options. Thank you for helping keep our staff and our community safe! Mask Requirement FAQ
2020 Wisconsin and federal tax forms are here! Visit the Reference Desk on the second floor to pick up free copies. If you need additional forms, we can help you print them for 25 cents/page.
Stop by the library's YouTube channel every other Tuesday at noon to get teen-specific recommendations from Teen Librarian Hannah! We'll have new ideas for stuff to read, stuff to watch, stuff to listen to, and other stuff to do every week!
Our wireless internet is on even when we're closed, and it reaches outside the building! Hang out in the car, or in Patrons Park, and you'll pull a signal from WBCMLWireless. No password required, available 24/7!
In this talk Professor Mark Louden will provide an overview of the impact that German-speaking immigrants and their descendants have had in shaping the life and culture of Wisconsin, from the nineteenth century to the present.
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