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Winter Reading Program Begins January 8th

Starting January 18th and going until February 8 will be this year’s Winter reading program! For anyone needing to snuggle up with some heartwarming fiction, now is the time to do it. Patrons can enter the contest by reading anything they like. Best sellers, the classics, science fiction, graphic novels, histories, romance - it's up to you. E-books, books on tape or CD, and downloadable audio books count too! Come into the library and fill out a ticket with your name, contact info, and the title of the book.

Design-A-Snowman Dec. 21st - Jan 11th

Design-A-Snowman! Looking for something to do inside and keep the kids busy? Pick up a 20 inch cutout of a plain snowman at the Ethel Everhard Library to decorate starting December 21st! Bring them back by January 11th to be voted on and the winner gets one DVD or Book of their choosing under $60. Limit is 1 snowman per child. Happy creating! (Photo is example of finished snowman)

Meeting Room Increased Availability and Item Buying

We have expanded our services a small bit. People may now set up usage of the meeting room during business or nonbusiness hours once per day. No time limit. Face masks and social distancing required for a maximum of 5 people.
Additionally, we are now selling items in the lobby again! If you want to pick up something cheap for a long trip come on in and see if you can find something.

Compliance with Mask Mandate

We will be complying with Governor Tony Evers' statewide mandate requiring indoor mask wearing.

As of Saturday, August 1, we will require everyone to wear a mask while in the library or meeting room.

We respectfully ask those without a mask to utilize our curbside pickup. Please call 296-2544 for assistance.


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