March Mindfulness: Growing Through Challenges, Monday, March 27, 1:00-2:30pm

Qualities of determination, adaptability, and faith all help us to meet challenging moments in life. Learn to grow and expand in all conditions.

Spring Strong Bodies, March 28 – May 25,  Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00-2:15pm

This moderate-intensity progressive exercise program includes strength and balance training and is designed to improve muscle strength, dynamic balance, and flexibility. StrongBodies™ is a national evidence-based community exercise program created by Dr. Miriam E. Nelson and colleagues at Tufts University, supported by Cornell University and brought to you by UW -Extension.

Registration is required and closes March 27.

To register fill out the online program form or stop in to use our computers to complete. Assistance available. For more information call the library at 715-356-4437

Seed Starting Workshop & Gardening Discussion, Monday, April 3, 2pm

Have you always wanted to grow a plant from seed but didn’t know how? Get some hands on experience! Learn the main factors to help you have success with your seeds and share your own seed starting stories. Walk away with started seeds and some “food for thought”.

Author Visit: William Kent Krueger, Thursday, April 20, 6:30pm

The Minocqua Public Library Foundation welcomes author William Kent Krueger for an in person visit to the library. Mr. Krueger writes mysteries set in the north woods of Minnesota and his works have received a number of awards.

The event is open to the public at no charge and will be held in the library’s reading room. His presentation will center on the importance of books in his life and after the discussion will entertain questions from the audience. He will also be available to sign books. 

Goodwill donations are appreciated and light refreshments will be served. 

Fiber Friends, Wednesdays, 12-3pm

All crafting and crafters are welcome! Drop in to spend time together while working on your project(s).

Reading with Libby, by appointment

Make an appointment for one-on-one instructions on how to install and read with Libby. Bring your own device!

Phones ~ Tablets ~ e-Readers 

Adult Book Clubs

Our virtual and in-person adult book clubs are free, open to the public, no registration required. Join in anytime!

To get email updates about the book clubs and an invite to attend meetings online, send an email to:

LitLovers Book Club (meets 2nd Monday at 1:00pm)

Lit Lovers Book List 2023 
January 9, 2023 Casual Vacancy/J.K. Rowling
February 13, 2023, My Own Words/Ruth Bader Ginsburg
March 13, 2023, Good House/Ann Leary
April 10, 2023, Truth in Hope/R. A. Simpson
May 8, 2023,They called us the enemy/George Takei
June 12, 2023,Mercy Falls/William Kent Krueger
July 10, 2023, Ride of her life/Elizabeth Letts
August 14, 2023, It happened at Whisper Lake/Ceone Fenn
September 11, 2023, River of Gods/Candice Millard
October 9, 2023, A Student of Weather/Elizabeth Hay
November 13, 2023, We had a little real estate problem/Kliph Nesteroff

Open Book Club (meets 4th Monday at 6:00pm)

Open Book Book Club List 2023

January 23, 2023 The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo/Taylor Jenkins Reid
February 27, 2023 Lessons in Chemistry : A Novel/Bonnie Garmus
March 27, 2023 The Last House on the Street/Diane Chamberlain
April 24, 2023 Mystery of Mrs. Christie/Marie Benedict
May 22, 2023 She Rides Shotgun/Jordan Harper
June 26, 2023 Now is Not the Time to Panic : A Novel/Kevin Wilson
July 24, 2023 Anxious People : A Novel/Fredrik Backman
August 28, 2023 Thursday Murder Club/Richard Osman
September 25, 2023 Tracy Flick Can’t Win/Tom Perotta
October 23, 2023 The Maid/Nita Prose
November 27, 2023 Small Things Like These/Claire Keegan

New Fiction (click item to place a hold)

New DVDs (click item to place a hold)

Library to YOU

Can’t come to the library? We can come to you! The Minocqua Public Library’s outreach program, Library to YOU, provides service to seniors and individuals who are unable to visit the library.  Available materials include books (large print and regular print), audio books, videos, magazines, and music.

Currently, the library stops twice each month at Minocqua Health & Rehabilitation Center in Minocqua, as well as One Penny Place, Wood Court Apartments, Country Terrace, Lake Shore Assisted Living and Milestone Senior Living in Woodruff. Individuals not living in these facilities may contact the library to arrange for service.

For more information, contact Kelly at the library (715.356.4437) or by email: