Life at the Library

Cabin fever? Stop in, we can help you beat the winter blues!

Special events coming this spring include a historical evening spotlighting local businesses, and a program featuring a glimpse of life in Russia. In addition, don't forget our regular events like monthly Lego club, book clubs for both teens and adults, and weekly events including middle grade Monday's and storytime for preschoolers.

Combine these with all the great resources we offer at the library and online, and you are sure to find something to pass the time until warmer weather makes it to Wisconsin!

In addition to new childrens, adult and teen reads arriving often, you may be interested in our rotating collection of audiobooks or large print titles. Look for them next time you are at the library. Collections change every other month, so there is always new things to choose from. Place holds from the comfort of home, or while on the go.

Our eBook collection continues to grow, and if you haven't looked at the available titles yet, we encourage you to do so. The newest most popular books, available for free download with a library card. Just download the Overdrive app and get started. Look for free streaming video now available as well. Call or stop in if you need assistance.

Anyone interested in joining our new book club is invited to attend our monthly meeting on February 23 at 6 p.m. This group is seeking additional members to join them. Member determine meeting dates and titles to read.

The library follows the policy that if the Oakfield Schools close due to inclement weather, the library is also closed. Due dates are adjusted accordingly. This only applies if school is cancelled in the morning, not when released early due to weather concerns. Please call the library if you are unsure of our hours during extreme weather. Our patrons safety is our first concern-please do not fear the ten cent fine with slippery roads outside.

We welcome you to visit and visit often. If you know of someone new in town, point out to them that the library is a good place to start in getting to know Oakfield!