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Mobile Printing is now available at the library! Click below to learn how to print from a laptop, tablet & mobile device and/or how to scan from a tablet.
Nicolet College Academic Success Services are now offered at the library on Tuesdays from 9am-1pm in the Community Room. Services include but are not limited to GED/HSED, English Language Learning, basic computer skills, help with Nicolet College course work, job searching and resume writing, and/or personal enrichment. Instruction is individualized and flexible and can be done online or in person. Students must be age 18 or older and all services are free. For more information call 715-365-4455 or email email@example.com.
Find books and materials on finding a job, interviewing skills, test prep, and more available from your library.
Can’t make it to the library? Access online resources for exploring careers and building job skills here.
The mission of the Minocqua Public Library Foundation is to support and enhance the services and facilities of the Minocqua Public Library. We appreciate your support!
Mindfulness Workshop, Wednesday, August 17, 2:30-4:00pm
Teens | Adults
Join Kathy Mitchell as she continues to share her mindfulness practice with our community. The practice of being fully present in the moment has been proven by countless studies to increase calm, ease, and clearer thinking. It also reduces anxiety, stress, and impulsive reactivity. When we are being mindful, even everyday experiences are more rich and interesting. Learn how to find and employ this quality of attention for benefits in your own life.
Chocolate Safari, Monday, August 22, 4pm
Teens | Adults
Join Richard Koenings from Red Elephant Chocolate as we take a walk through the history and mystery of chocolate. A sharing of stories and facts about chocolate and elephants along with a tasting of delicious treats. Will this be “a chocolate experience you’ll never forget”? You must register to attend/ registration is limited.
Registration is full. Please call 715-356-4437 the day of the program for any openings.
LAST Summer Movie Matinee, 2pm
Tweens | Teens | Adults
8/29: Dog (2022) PG-13
Owls Rock!, Thursday, September 8, 4-5pm
Tweens | Teens
Join us in the library’s program room to paint some rock owls! All supplies will be on hand. Snacks, too!
Author John Bates, Tuesday, September 13, 5:30pm
Teens | Adults
Author and naturalist John Bates will present his new book, Wisconsin’s Wild Lakes: a guide to the last undeveloped natural lakes. Bates is the author of nine books on the Northwoods and Upper Midwest, and copies of his books will be available for sale at the event.
Fall Strong Bodies Class, Tues & Thurs, 1pm
Sept 13th – November 17th
StrongBodies is an evidence-based strength training program developed at Tufts University. This moderate-intensity progressive exercise program includes strength and balance training and is designed to improve muscle strength, dynamic balance, and flexibility.
Everything Apples!, Saturday, September 17, 11:30 – 1pm
Tweens | Teens
Join us in the library’s program room for some apple themed crafting and baking! We’ll be making Apple Pie Bites and some Apple Spice Sugar Scrub! You must register for this event by either calling the library 715-356-4437 or clicking below.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
StoryTime will take place in the community gym (across from the library’s front desk) every Wednesday at 10:00 am from June 8 through August 10 (with the exception of July 6). StoryTime includes stories, finger plays, flannel boards, songs, and more for toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers.
TotTime is on a summer break! Check back in the fall for Thursday morning programming for toddlers and preschoolers.
Tot Totes Each backpack contains fun ideas and games with the following themes: Shaky Eggs and Music, Jingle Sticks and Music, Bean Bags and Movement, Ribbons and Dance and Scarves and Dance. These are in the children’s room and are available for check-out.
Kid Packs These are an “older kid” version of the Tot Totes and include the themes of: Rainy Day, Music, Build and Play and Movie Day. Stop by the kids’ room and check them out!
Learning Bins Check out various themed learning bins to get your child to dive deep into a particular subject. Themes include: Endangered Animals, Frontier Life, Coding for Kids, and Human Anatomy.
Library Hours: Monday – Wednesday, 9 am – 7 pm; Thursday – Friday, 9am – 6pm; Saturday, 9 am – 3 pm.
Our virtual adult book clubs are free, open to the public, no registration required. Join in anytime!
Join us Monday, September 12th at 1pm, for a discussion about the book The Lost Family: How DNA Testing is Upending Who We Are by Libby Copeland. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to attend.
12 Sep 1:00 PM—5:00 PM
Join us online or in-person Monday, August 22nd at 6pm, to discuss the book Libertie by Kaitlyn Greenidge. Email email@example.com to attend.
22 Aug 6:00 PM—7:00 PM
Computers are available with internet access and Microsoft Office. Wireless is also available throughout the library and outside surrounding the library. Internet/Wireless Policy
Access your email from any one of our available computers:
GMail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Outlook, AOL, Charter, Frontier
Two study rooms, as well as the Sue and Roger Smith Community Room, are available for use. Please call to reserve. Meeting/Study Room Policy
The Minocqua Public Library appreciates the generosity of those who wish to donate gently used books and other materials; however due to lack of storage and display space, the library has revised the guidelines for donations. Please read our policy listing the guidelines before you bring in your items.