- Free WiFi
- Free Computer Classes – At various times throughout the year, the library’s computer guru Kristin, teaches computer classes like Computer Basics, Word Processing with Microsoft Word, Spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel, and Using Graphics. For upcoming class schedules take a look at our calendar of events here. To sign-up for classes stop in, or call us at (262) 363-6411.
- Free High-Speed Internet Access on our Public Computers – All you need is your library card.
- Laptops Available for Checkout – For use in the library.
Home Office Services
- Printing and Photocopies – B&W: $.15 per page — Color: $.50 per page
- FAX Services – $.50 per page sent or received
- Document scanning
- Public Notary Services – Please call ahead
- Mail Drop
- Basic Office Supplies Available – envelopes, stamps, etc.
Check out books, music CDs, audiobooks on CD, Blu-Rays, DVDs, and more from any of the 24 libraries in the Bridges Library System.
‘Tech It Out’
In addition to eReaders, the library now offers a wide range of tech devices to check out.
- Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspots – Bring the Internet home with you.
- Roku Devices – Stream movies, TV shows, and tons more right to your television.
- GoPro Camera – A GoPro is a lightweight, mountable, action camera that lets you record amazing new perspectives in video while skiing down the Alps or walking your dog.
- Google Chromecast Devices – Connect it to your TV and Chromecast will allow you to watch anything, on any of your phones, tablets, or laptops, on your TV.
- Playaway Launchpad Devices – Launchpads are tablet devices preloaded with apps. We have Launchpads for kids loaded with early literacy games and videos, and Launchpads for adults preloaded with brain game apps like cards, crossword puzzles, and memory games.
- Tech Toys – Introduce your kids & yourself to coding and robotics with the Cozmo Robot and the Fisher Price Code-a-Pillar.
Let Us Bring the Library To You
Did you know the library offers outreach services to homebound persons and seniors? That’s right, we can deliver or pick-up library materials for folks unable to get to the library. For details and more information, drop by or give us a call at (262) 363-6411.
Research & Information Assistant
Let our librarians help you find what you need. Call us at (262) 363-6411, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or just drop by and ask us the old fashioned way.
Events for All Ages
Our events calendar features classes, movies, lectures, demonstrations, and more for people of all ages. Be sure to check back often as new events are added all the time.