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Kids summer reading program 2017

Summer Reading 2017

Designed for kids in grades K-5.  Official kickoff June 14 with a program by the Raptor Center of Minnesota.  New this year a summer camp week starting June 6.  Check out the whole program.

Summer Hours

Monday: 9am – 9pm
Tuesday: 9am – 9pm
Wednesday: 9am – 9pm
Thursday: 9am – 9pm
Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: Closed

Menomonie Public Library
600 Wolske Bay Road
Menomonie, WI 54751

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Contact Us

Telephone: 715.232.2164
Information Desk: Extension 210
Circulation Desk: Extension 212
info@menomonielibrary.org

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Red Cedar Reader April 2017

Red Cedar Reader April 2017

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Just Arrived Fiction

New fiction releases recently added to our collections

Book Sizzle

Weekly news on books and publishing, new and notable books, books being talked about on television and radio, special features, author profiles.

Library Reads

Top Ten Reads

The top ten books published this month that librarians across the country love.

Made You Up
My Name Is Resolute
The Lost Hero
The Liar
Seveneves
The War that Saved My Life
Big Little Lies
The Library at Mount Char
Pawleys Island


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Overdrive eBook Service

Overdrive

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 eBook Service

Freading eBook Service

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.

Flipster

Flipster

Browse digital versions of the latest issues of popular magazines.

Newsbank

Local papers are just a click away

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.

TumbleBooks

eBooks for eKids

Tumble Book Library is an online collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading in a format they’ll love.

Wi-Fi To Go

Wi-Fi To Go

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.

 

 

Our Seed Library kicks-off another growing year with a presentation by Wheatfield Hill Organics on “Planting to Sustain Beneficial Insects.” Featuring Helen Kees and Danny Simpson.  Part 1 of 4

Yata, Sinz and Orfield open Music Over Menomin

Yata, Sinz and Orfield kick-off the 8th annual Music Over Menomin free community concert series at the Menomonie Public Library on June 15 at 7:00 p.m.  All three are mainstays of the Chippewa Valley music scene and are long time supporters of our event.  We are...
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Panel Discussion on Suicide Awareness and Prevention

The acclaimed 2007 novel 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher, now a television series on Netflix, has been in the news recently.  The subject of the novel revolves around the suicide of a teenager and the 13 reasons why she decided to take this final act as told in her own...
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Music Over Menomin 2017

The 8th annual Music Over Menomin summer concert series on the library lawn kicks off June 15 at 7:00 p.m. with Yata, Sinz and Orfield.  YSO has a new collection of songs out called “Dancing in the Light.”  I’m looking forward to hearing some of those new creations...
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2016 Annual Report

We just released our 2016 annual report.  2016 was another eventful year for the library as we celebrated 30 years in our current location on Wolske Bay Road.  We were fortunate to get on the WiscNet fiber-optic network increasing our Internet capacity dramatically....
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Gifts of the Heart, Made by Hands, Inspired by Books

The Library is pleased to host a special exhibit by the Over the Edge Quilt Guild.  In celebration of both National Quilt Week and National Library Week, the Library is hosting an exhibit of quilts made by members of Over the Edge Quilt Guild of Menomonie.  Quilts...
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Library Strategic Plan 2017-2020

Working with the consulting group Library Strategies, the Library Board of Trustees has developed a three-year strategic plan for the library.  Using input from library staff, the Board, and the community four achievable goals for the library have been created:...
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Menomonie Reads 2017

Menomonie Reads starts January 8.  This year we are reading local author Dr. David Eitrheim’s inspiring essays on living with cancer.  The Race of My Life, co-authored with wife Amy Eitrheim, is a collection of David’s thoughts after he was diagnosed with an...
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Support Your Library

The Menomonie Public Library Foundation is in the middle of their annual fund drive.  During this giving season, please consider a gift to the library.  By donating to the Foundation you are supporting the many programs which make the library a special place....
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Antique Appraisal with Mark Moran

Antique appraisal with Mark Moran is right around the corner on Sunday, November 13 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.  Everyone is welcome to attend and join in the fun, and it is fun to watch, but appraisals are limited.  There are still appraisal openings, so if you have an...
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Fall Book Sale

The Friends of the Library annual fall book sale is October 27-30.  We are bursting at the seams with books and media.  This could be the largest selection we have ever had.  Thousands of books for sale, most are $1.00 or less! Plus, we have movies and tv series...
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Library is closed on Sundays for the summer, starting May 28. Library is closed May 29 in observance of Memorial Day.