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  1. Scavenger Hunt Returns

    The library will slowly bring back some programming in March, beginning with our in-house scavenger hunts.  Stop by and complete a quick search for St. Patrick's Day-themed characters hidden among the stacks and public spaces.  Complete and turn in your sheet for a lucky treat.

    cover art for the Invisible life of addie larue by v.e. schwab

    Bound Horicon Reporters Available


     
    The Horicon Historical Society and the Pionier generously donated bound paper copies of the Horicon Reporter to the library.  Unfortunately, we only have room for one complete set.  The State Historical Society has declined to take possession of the incomplete set. The library offers it to anyone interested through March, at which point they will be recycled if not claimed.  Contact the library, 920 485-3535.  Requests will be entertained on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Best of 2020 Virtual Book Club



    Join the Best of 2020 Virtual Book Club on our Facebook page.  The next discussion will be the New York Times bestseller The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, by V.E. Schwab, on Thursday, March 18, at 6:30, where a young woman makes a Faustian bargain to live forever and is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets. The library still has copies available for check out if registered for the event.

  1. Digital Magazines Are Now on Overdrive!

    Libby app magazine ad
    You may have noticed our hiccup last week when the Rbdigital Magazines disappeared.  But, we have great news.  All those publications, plus 3000 more, are now available at the Wisconsin Digital Library powered by Overdrive.  The checking out process is similar to the ebooks format, where you have the choice to set your default lending period to 7, 14, or 21 days: access magazines, ebooks, and audiobooks from your computer or device via the Libby App.

    Magazines are grouped by genre and popularity, but with so many titles, feel free to explore and discover a new favorite. 

    We are very sorry if you were inconvenienced but think you'll be pleased to find great reading material of all formats in one place. 

    Call the library, 920 485-3535 if you have any questions or need assistance.