Inspiring and supporting lifelong learning and the love of reading


Basic resources available at the library include:

  • books
  • magazines
  • newspapers
  • CDs
  • DVDs
  • telephone & in-person reference services
  • tax forms

Adult Programming

Adult programming includes 1st Thursday Programs, book clubs, and Creative Community. See the Programs page for more information.

Children's Programming

See Kids & Families for more information about programming available to children.

Computers & Printing

The library has public Internet computers available on a first come, first served basis. Time on the computers are limited to half-hour increments. If no one is waiting for a computer, your half-hour increments can be renewed for up to 2 hours per day. Users of the library's public Internet computers must comply with the library's Internet Use Policy.

We also have laptops available for use within the library. See In-Library Use Laptops below for more information.

The public computers and laptops print to a central copier in the staff workroom. Please come to the check-out desk to ask for your copies. Copies cost $.10 per page in black and white and $.25 per page for color.

Need help printing at the library? Staff are happy to help! Or, try one of the videos below:

Copiers & FAX

Please see the Print, Copy, Scan, and Fax Policy for more information.

eBook & eReader Support

The library provides free eBooks and audiobooks via Wisconsin's Digital Library. Library staff are happy to help you access this digital collection with your eReader, and it is most helpful when seeking assistance to bring your device to the library for one-on-one, device-specific sessions. Please keep in mind that it is difficult for library staff to keep up with the huge variety of devices currently available on the market. We will do our best, but cannot guarantee that all staff will be able to assist with every device. Help is also available on the Wisconsin Digital Library website.

Interlibrary Loan

Our online catalog, InfoSoup, represents the collections of 50 public libraries in northeast Wisconsin. Most of your needs will be satisfied by searching InfoSoup, but if you're looking for something that isn't included there, we can try to borrow what you need from libraries outside of the OWLSnet consortium. Use WISCAT to search hundreds of libraries throughout Wisconsin and request items not owned in InfoSoup.

In-Library Use Laptops

The library makes laptops available to library card holders to assist in their research, networking, document and presentation production needs. Laptops are provided according to availability and are intended for people who require extended computer use beyond what the public Internet computers allow. Preference will be given to borrowers who are developing resumes and other employment documents, applying for jobs via the Internet, or adult students taking online exams and/or participating in distance education courses requiring extended computer use.

Laptops are available for in-library use only by library card holders in good standing who are 18 years old and older. Borrowers must present a current photo ID at the time of check out.

Laptop borrowers must comply with the Laptop Lending Policy, Internet Use Policy, and Wireless Use Policy. Please read these policies before requesting a laptop. Laptops can be used for up to 2 hours per day per user.

If you have any questions, please contact the library. The laptops print to a central copier in the staff workroom. Please come to the check-out desk to ask for your copies. Copies cost $.10 per page in black and white and $.25 per page for color.

Meeting Rooms

Small meeting rooms are available for patron use at both locations. The room capacity for each is 18. View our Meeting Room Policy for more information and use our Meeting Room Use Agreement to hold a room at the location of your choice.


The library also offers a program of home delivery of library items to people who are homebound. A person may have a temporary or a permanent situation that requires delivery of library items directly to that person's home. Contact us and ask for Lynn to obtain more information or to set up home delivery. We will try to match your reading, listening, and viewing needs to the scope of the library's collection.


Tutors are available through the Fox Valley Literacy Coalition and meet in conference rooms in the library. Contact the Literacy Coalition at 920.991.9840 for more information.


Both library locations provide free public WiFi. Look for the network name "Library Guest" when inside the library. Users of the library WiFi should comply to the library's Wireless Use Policy.