The Department of Public Instruction offers all Wisconsin residents access to the BadgerLink collection of online resources (www.badgerlink.net). These resources are also displayed on public library websites along with other resources purchased separately by the library. The Department is asking for your help choosing the types of materials that will be purchased for the next version of BadgerLink.
The survey is designed to rank all current and prospective content that may be acquired for BadgerLink. Libraries and librarians across Wisconsin are being surveyed separately to give us a well-rounded picture of the online content needs of Wisconsin residents. Thank you for making time to take the BadgerLink content survey.
Please access the survey here: BadgerLink Content Survey for the General Public -
The Lego Mania Club will begin meeting one Monday and one Friday each month. Check the calendar!
New system servers will be installed on November 14th. It is expected that EasiCat will be down all day.
Click here to go to Mango languages and begin learning one of the 60 languages available. All you need is your library card and an interest in learning. English courses for non-English speakers are available too.
The library is offering a new early literacy program. All preschool children (newborn to kindergarten) can join. Parents (and grandparents, too) are encouraged to read to their children. Just 3 books a day and you’re at 1,000 books in one year. Each child will receive a passport and a sticker and a prize at each 100 level. They will also be able to place a star on our Solar System bulletin board. When they have reached 1,000 books each child will receive a book, certificate, and a $50 savings bond.
Register and pickup the first reading list at the Library.