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.
- Crivitz November storytimeCRIVITZ LIBRARY NOVEMBER STORYTIME Thursday, November 1st – 10:00 am AND 11:30 am Old McDonald had a farm Thursday, November 8th – 10:00 am AND 11:30 am Fall Leaves Thursday, November 15th – 10:00 am AND 11:30 am Thanksgiving Thursday, November 22nd – NO STORY... Read more »
- Marinette: Retirement Accumulation WorkshopNovember 5 at 6 PM at the Stephenson Public Library Hors d’oeuvres will be served starting at 5:30 PM Alan Dewitt of Thrivent Financial will help participants find answers to questions like “How much should I save for retirement?” and “What type of accounts should I have?”. Be confident in what... Read more »
- Marinette: Safe Banking for SeniorsNovember 7 at 10 AM at the Stephenson Public Library Ellen Landenberger from Farmers & Merchants Bank & Trust will address protecting senior citizens against financial abuse. This session will be geared toward seniors and anyone who cares for an aging adult. This event is free and open to the public. The session... Read more »
- Marinette: Science Fest and Egg DropNovember 3, 2018 from 1 to 3 PM Egg Drop starts at 3 PM Science Fest at the Stephenson Public Library will feature demonstrations, hands-on experiments, and education to help rediscover the fun in science. This event will have activities for children, teens, and adults–all are welcome to attend this free event.... Read more »
- Marinette: Avada Hearing ScreeningOctober 17, 2018 at the Stephenson Public Library Please call the library at 715-732-7570 to register for your free appointment. Hearing loss can be frustrating, inconvenient and, for many, embarrassing. Although it is easy to manage, many people with hearing loss have never had their hearing checked. Avada Audiology and... Read more »
- Marinette: Fraud and Identity Theft PreventionOctober 25 at 6 PM at the Stephenson Public Library Sara Hicks from PCM Credit Union will talk about strategies to protect your personal identity against fraud and identity theft. This event is free and open to the public. This session is geared toward adults, but teens may find the... Read more »
- Marinette: The Stanley Toy Story: Fame to FireThe Stanley Toy Story: Fame to Fire With Author David Retzlaff October 15 at 6 PM Stephenson Public Library, Marinette David Retzlaff, a lifelong resident of Oconto, Wisconsin, has made Oconto’s former Stanley Toy Company building his home since 2005. Since that time, David has done extensive research... Read more »
- Marinette: Genealogy Help SessionsNeed help starting your genealogy research? Or are you stuck and want to talk with an experienced genealogist for advice on your next step? Meet with a member of the Marinette & Menominee Genealogy Group during these open sessions for personalized assistance. October 3: 5pm to 7pm October 10: 2pm... Read more »
- Marinette: Genealogy Discussion GroupLocal genealogists meet to learn from one another about resources and research techniques. New discoveries and presentations each month. Genealogists of all experience levels are welcome to join the conversation. Upcoming dates and topics include: October 22 at 6 PM: Researching without Traveling with Mariel Carter November 26 at... 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.