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Job Center of Wisconsin can help assist you with your employment and unemployment needs! Services include job search, filing unemployment claims online, resume building, career counseling, mock interviews and more.
Saturday, October 23, Noon – 2pm Register HERE to attend our October Teen Anime Club meeting! Come to one or come to them all! We meet the fourth Saturday of the month in the library’s program room. For this month’s meeting feel free to dress-up in your favorite co-splay costume (dress up as your favorite character from a book, movie or video game)!
Wednesday, November 3, 6:30pm (Live ZOOM Webinar) Pass the Cranberries Please but Hold the Fungi! Lesli Holland, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist will address disease challenges of fruit production. Visit www.scienceontapminocqua.org for the link to attend.
Are you a scrapbooker? Attend the library’s first ever Scrapbook Crop Saturday, November 20th and get some pages for your albums completed while enjoying time with others! There will be challenges, prompts and prizes too! Please register HERE to attend no later than Wednesday, November 17th as space is limited.
11 Oct 9:00 AM—7:00 PM
October’s take and make craft will feature “Monster Magnets”. Bags will be available in the kids’ room beginning October 11 (as supplies last).
18 Oct 9:00 AM—7:00 PM
Join our “Storybook Pumpkin Patch”! Decorate a pumpkin (either purchased on your own or earned through our “Read for a Pumpkin” program) to look like your favorite storybook character! ...
21 Oct 5:00 PM—7:00 PM
Minocqua Public Library will be partnering with the Northwoods Explorers of Space and Astronomy to offer “Solar System Science” as a part of the Wisconsin Science Festival. The event will take...
30 Oct 1:00 PM—2:00 PM
Our outdoor Halloween Story Path will be back again! On October 30 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm, walk the sidewalk along Oneida Street (between the police station and the boat landing) and read a story as...
Picture books, rhymes, music, free play, sensory and more for preschoolers and their caregivers.
StoryTime is Wednesdays at 10am and is at the Torpy Park pavilion. StoryTime includes stories, finger plays, flannel boards, songs, and more for toddlers, preschoolers and their caregivers. In inclement weather, StoryTime will be held in the community gym. No StoryTime on October 27 and November 24.
TotTime is Thursdays at 10am at the Torpy Park pavilion thru December 9. Join us for singing, dancing and free play. In inclement weather, TotTime will be held in the community gym. No TotTime on November 25.
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 online Monday, November 8 at 1pm, for The Professor and the Madman by Simon Winchester. Discussion questions can be found HERE. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
08 Nov 1:00 PM—2:00 PM
Join us online Monday, October 25th at 6pm, for The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. Email email@example.com to sign up.
25 Oct 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
Copies and printing from computers are .10 per single page; .20 for double sided, .25 for color. Wireless printing is not available. Ask staff for assistance with scanning and faxing documents. Faxes are sent for $1.00 per page; we do not receive faxes. Cash and check only. Fax 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.