Foundation Supports Building Projects

Foundation Supports Building Projects

Our library building was designed by architect John Howe (1913–1997) and opened to the public in 1986. Howe was a founding student of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin school in Spring Green, Wisconsin and served as Wright’s chief draftsman for nearly thirty years before...
Want Better Home Internet?

Want Better Home Internet?

 We’re working on it and you can help. Three clicks, no questions. It’s that easy. Take the home internet speed test today. The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is committed to improving digital equity in the state of Wisconsin. This year, they’re...
Read Woke Challenge

Read Woke Challenge

Join us for a Read Woke challenge starting January 11. Read Woke was created by librarian Cicely Lewis to bring new voices into standard reading lists.  In partnership with Beanstack, the program has gone national.  So what is it to read woke? In Cicely’s own...
Up and Down with the Pandemic

Up and Down with the Pandemic

When we opened the library building June 1, there were just a handful of COVID-19 cases in Dunn County. New case numbers were also very low, and on many days there were none. Under those circumstances it was safe to reopen the library. It was great to be open even...
Yoga and Meditation

Yoga and Meditation

Virtual Yoga and Meditation Teresa Kruger will be leading the virtual yoga and meditation Zoom sessions.  It is important in these stressful times for all of us to pause, quiet the mind, and be in the present moment.  It not only benefits the body and mind but also...