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  • Computer Use Resources:   GCFlearnfree.org:  Whether you are new to computers, returning for review or just want to gain more 21st century skills, these  free computer tutorials can help. From Computer Basics to Microsoft Office to Apple, these tutorials  have a wide range of free technology tutorials to choose from.
  • Used Book Sale:  The Minocqua Public Library sponsors an ongoing used book sale.  Paperbacks are priced at 50 cents, hardcover and trade paperback books at $1, with some items being specially priced.  The shelves are replenished weekly so stop in and browse.  Proceeds benefit the library.
  • Computers/Internet/Wireless –  10 computers are available with internet access and Microsoft Office. Users are allowed a maximum of one hour per day.  Wireless is also available throughout the library.     Internet/Wireless Policy 
  • Copy/Print/Scan/Fax – Copies and printing from computers are .10 per single page; .20 for double sided.  Color copies are .25 per page. 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 checks only. Fax Policy
  • Exam Proctoring is available Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 pm by appointment only.  Please call to make arrangements.
  • Public Meeting Rooms – 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 
  • 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 Island Estates (Robin building) and Avanti Health & Rehabilitation Center in Minocqua, as well as One Penny Place, Wood Court Apartments, Country Terrace, and Milestone Senior Living in Woodruff. Individuals not living in these facilities may contact the library to arrange for service.   For more information, contact  the library.   at 715-356-4437      E-Mail
  • Book and Media Donation 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.

    Acceptable materials:

    • Fiction and non-fiction titles for children and adults (hardbacks, trade paperbacks and paperbacks) including recent titles (within 3 years of current date) and classics in excellent condition.

    • Audiovisual items including DVDs, music CDs and books on CD, all in excellent condition.

    • Magazines within one year of current date

    Unacceptable materials:

    • Books in poor condition (dirty, moldy, mildewed, stained, smoky, damaged, torn, yellowing pages, broken bindings, musty smelling, cover or pages missing, handwriting and/or highlighting, etc.)

    • Textbooks and encyclopedias

    • Audio cassettes / video cassettes

    • Bibles

    • Newspapers

    • Vinyl records

    • Reader’s Digest Condensed books

    • Books discarded from other libraries

    • Books from home or institution sales

     

    Donated materials should be brought to the main desk during library hours. Please do not use book drops for donations.

    Donations are tax deductible. If requested, the library will give the donor a receipt specifying the number of items donated with the understanding that the library does not assign monetary value to the donation.

    Thank you for your donation and your support of the Minocqua Public Library. All proceeds benefit the library and its programs.

     

    Approved January 22, 2018

     

    Thank You for Your Donation!