In celebration of both National Quilt Week and National Library Week, the Menomonie Public Library is hosting an exhibit of literary quilts made by members of Over the Edge Quilt Guild of Menomonie. Quilts will be on display in the library throughout the month of April. Each quilt was made with a specific book, or author in mind, such as Dr. Seuss, The Wizard of Oz, Agatha Christie, and Frozen.
Please consider a donation to the Menomonie Public Library Foundation during this giving season. Government funding does not pay for all of our expenses.
Your contributions support many programs at the library, which would not be possible otherwise.
Monday: 9am – 9pm
Tuesday: 9am – 9pm
Wednesday: 9am – 9pm
Thursday: 9am – 9pm
Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 1pm – 5pm
Menomonie Public Library
600 Wolske Bay Road
Menomonie, WI 54751
Information Desk: Extension 210
Circulation Desk: Extension 212
Wisconsin’s Digital Library is brought to you by the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium and is funded by the public libraries and public library systems in the state, with generous support from Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds awarded to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services….and by donations from patrons like you!
Freading offers tens of thousands of ebooks which are available anytime, anywhere. There is no download manager, and users have simultaneous access to all titles. Apple and Android apps are available.
Online access to Dunn County News, Eau Claire Leader Telegram, St. Paul Pioneer Press current and past news content; including local news stories, letters to the editor, editorials, obituaries, real estate info, and special sections.
The Menomonie Public Library is launching its latest effort to bridge the digital divide by offering mobile Wi-Fi hotspots for check-out. Any Library user 18 years of age or older with a valid Library card will be able to check-out a Wi-Fi hotspot at no cost to them.
You are your child’s first teacher and your home is where your child begins to learn. When you talk, sing, read, write, and play you are helping your child get ready to read. Children who are read to at an early age will be better prepared to learn.