Our libraries are more than a bunch of buildings filled with books. Although our books, audiobooks, movies, magazines, and eBooks can take you places your mind can dream about, our libraries have more to offer. In addition to providing resources for research, education, and employment, our libraries provide free community activities for children, teens, and adults.
We hope you will explore your local branch library on this website. Here you will find your library’s business hours, location, announcements, and upcoming events. You will also find links to our new books, access helpful reference and genealogical tools, and manage your InfoSoup library account.
We invite you to tour our library website and hope it will encourage you to stop in and see us.
Check out the library nearest you.
- Marinette: Genealogy Workshop SeriesJuly 19 from 6 to 7:30 PM: HeritageQuest August 9 from 6 to 7:30 PM: Recollection Wisconsin & Wisconsin Historical Society In each of these sessions, Reference Librarian Mariel will introduce an online database useful in researching genealogy and local history. Practice along with her by bringing your laptop and... Read more »
- Marinette: Wednesday Afternoon Book ClubWant to read ahead? This is the list of upcoming discussion books. Check InfoSoup.org to order a copy of the book. July 25, 2018: Last Bus to Wisdom by Ivan Doig August 22, 2018: Honolulu by Alan Brennert September 26, 2018: Beartown by Fredrik Backman October 24, 2018: The Finest... Read more »
- Marinette: Borrowing eBooks and Digital AudiobooksJuly 17 from 1 PM to 4 PM Want to try out the new Libby App? Use it to check out and download books and audiobooks from the Wisconsin Digital Library. Borrow up to 10 books at a time; download them from any location with WiFi. Drop in for a primer about... Read more »
- Marinette: Ukulele Strum AlongJuly 12 at 6 PM: Traditional and Folk Music August 2 at 6 PM: Christmas and Seasonal Music Using three simple chords, you can learn to play many different nursery rhymes and songs on the ukulele. If you have a ukulele, bring it. If you don’t have a ukulele, use... Read more »
- Adult Coloring Group every Friday @ 4PM @ WausaukeeAdult Coloring Group Every Friday afternoon our Adult Coloring Group meets at 4PM to relieve the stress of the week. The library supplies colored pencils and coloring pages or you can bring your own creations. The post Adult Coloring Group every Friday @ 4PM @ Wausaukee appeared first on... Read more »
- Kids Book Club @ Wausaukee on July 16th @ 1PMJoin the Kids Book Club on Monday, July 16th @ 1PM to discuss The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey. This book club is open to 4th grade through 8th grade. Copies of the book are available at the library. Please call for more information at 715-856-5995. After the 1st... Read more »
- Book Club @ Wausaukee on July 23 @ 4PMJoin the Book Club @ the Wausaukee Library on July 23 @ 4PM to discuss Wonder by R. J. Palacio. Our adult book club chose this title because of its relevance to all ages. Copies of the book are available at the library. Call for more information at 715-856-5995. I won’t describe... Read more »
- Libraries Rock! @ Wausaukee LibraryOur Summer Reading Program continues in July. The following programs are @ 10AM @ the library: July 4th No program—Enjoy the Holiday! July 11th Make Your Own Rock @ Wausaukee Library July 18th Make Your Own Musical Instrument @ Wausaukee Library Our Grand Finale will be on Wednesday, July... Read more »
- Marinette: Ukulele Strum AlongJune 21 at 6 PM: Nursery Rhymes July 12 at 6 PM: Traditional and Folk Music August 2 at 6 PM: Christmas and Seasonal Music Using three simple chords, you can learn to play many different nursery rhymes and songs on the ukulele. If you have a ukulele, bring it.... Read more »
The mission of the Marinette County Consolidated Public Library Service is to serve the public. We welcome and support all people in their enjoyment of reading and pursuit of lifelong learning. Working together, we strive to provide equal access to information, ideas and knowledge through books, programs, and other sources. We believe in the freedom to read, to learn, and to discover.