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Stephenson Marinette Library

Stephenson Library
Located in the heart of downtown Marinette, the Stephenson Public Library is conveniently situated on Hall Avenue, with parking off of Riverside Avenue. As the main branch of the Marinette County Consolidated Public Library Services, the Stephenson Public Library works in conjunction with the OWLSnet library consortium to share resources with community libraries across much of Northeastern Wisconsin.

In addition to the volumes of books, eBooks, audiobooks, digital audiobooks, movies, music, and magazines the library has available for the public to borrow, the Stephenson Public Library also provides public access to 12 Internet computer stations, wireless Internet, printing and photocopying, comfortable lounge chairs, a quiet study area, a children’s play area, a teen-friendly space, genealogical and local history resources, and programs to meet the needs of our community.

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  • Marinette: Genealogy Discussion Group
    Local genealogists get together to learn from one another about resources and research techniques. Genealogists of all experience levels are invited to participate. December 16 at 6PM At this session, Dennis Schneider and Sue Cota will show how to use the ThruLines feature on Ancestry DNA to make family tree connections.... Read more »
  • Read-A-Rex in Dinovember!
    DINOVEMBER 2019 The post Read-A-Rex in Dinovember! appeared first on Marinette County Consolidated Libraries.... Read more »
  • Marinette: Genealogy Discussion Group
    Local genealogists get together to learn from one another about resources and research techniques. Genealogists of all experience levels are invited to participate. November 25 at 6 PM Members who attended the Local History and Historic Preservation conference will share what they learned. The post Marinette: Genealogy Discussion Group appeared... Read more »
  • Marinette: Wednesday Afternoon Book Club
    November 27 at 1 PM My Name is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout The post Marinette: Wednesday Afternoon Book Club appeared first on Marinette County Consolidated Libraries.... Read more »
  • Marinette: Ghosts of Christmas Past
    December 12 at 6 PM The Marinette Genealogy Group will perform a series of unfortunate and true stories that intertwine the magic of the Christmas season with the history of Marinette. Come to learn about the history of Marinette and people who helped shape what it is today. The post... Read more »
  • Marinette: Wednesday Afternoon Book Club
    October 23 at 1 PM The Sun Does Shine by Anthony Ray Hinton The post Marinette: Wednesday Afternoon Book Club appeared first on Marinette County Consolidated Libraries.... Read more »
  • Marinette: Wednesday Afternoon Book Club
    September 25 at 1 PM The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah The post Marinette: Wednesday Afternoon Book Club appeared first on Marinette County Consolidated Libraries.... Read more »
  • Marinette: Adults Read Judy Blume
    October 12 at 10 AM Did you read Judy Blume’s books when you were a child or teenager? For this book discussion lead by Librarian Mariel, please (re)read some of her books for youth and teens, including Blubber, Iggie’s House, Forever, and Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. Among... Read more »
  • Marinette: Family Tree Maker and Find-a-Grave Presentations
    Genealogist Randy Ray will be at the Stephenson Public Library on September 21 to do two presentations. September 21 at 10 AM: Family Tree Maker. In this presentation, Mr. Ray will show how to use the Family Tree Maker software program and how it connects with Ancestry and Family Search.... Read more »
  • Marinette: Genealogy Discussion Group
    Local Genealogists get together at the Stephenson Public Library to learn from one another about resources and research techniques. Genealogists of all experience levels are invited to participate. October 28 at 6 PM At this session, Librarian Mariel will talk about genealogy and local history books recently added to the... Read more »

 

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