Saturday, May 28 - 10:00am
Monday, May 30 - 12:00am
Tuesday, May 31 - 10:00am
Tuesday, May 31 - 1:00pm

Upcoming Events

An Introduction to Watercolor

This summer the library is offering an exciting adult program - Introduction to Watercolor presented by Georgia Shaw. Over the course of summer, members will learn the many facets of watercolor. Teaching, demonstration and hands-on practice will all be a part of the learning experience. Becoming familiar with the art materials will allow artists to learn how the paint and brush move together and blend. The class will practice techniques that are simple and give watercolor paintings depth, texture and interest no matter what kind of landscape is desired. The art class will be 12 weeks long taking place on Wednesdays from 1pm to 4pm. The class starts on Wednesday, June 8 and ends on Wednesday, August 24. Space is limited and registration is required so call the library at 608-254-2146 or e-mail us at to get on the list. Participants must be 18 or older and all supplies are provided.

Summer Reading!

Summer reading is coming up quick! Our Summer Reading Kick-off Celebration takes place at the library on
Saturday, June 4

Click here to download the summer reading brochure and get a sneak-peak at all of our summer activities.

May Book Discussion

For the month of May, we will be reading and discussing The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett by Annie Lyons. Eudora Honeysett is done with this noisy, moronic world—all of it. She has witnessed the indignities and suffering of old age and has lived a full life. At eighty-five, she isn’t going to leave things to chance. Her end will be on her terms. With one call to a clinic in Switzerland, a plan is set in motion.  However, a unique friendship develops between Eudora, her neighbor, and a 10 year old girl named Rose. Eudora realizes she must come to terms with what lies ahead, but now that her joy for life has been rekindled, how can she say goodbye?  We will discuss this book twice in the month of May: Monday, May 23 at 5:30 pm and Wednesday, May 25 at 1:30 pm. Everyone is welcome!


New Story on the StoryWalk®

Spring is Here by Will Hillenbrand is a story about Mole trying to wake Bear up for spring. Stop by the library and walk around the storywalk to find out if Mole can get his friend Bear out of bed in time for spring. After you've completed the storywalk, we have spring crafts and activities inside the library.

Infobase Learning Cloud

Introducing another new online resource that is free with your library card! Infobase is an online learning center that offers free webinars that teach digital skills. There are tutorials on how to use Zoom, Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Teams etc, Google Meet, Adobe progroams, iPad, career skills and so much more. These tutorials are one minute videos so once you've completed the first skill, you can move onto the next. You can use these tutorails to brush up on some old skills or learn something completely new! To access this resource have your library card handy and click on this link.

Access Video On Demand!

Introducing Access Video on Demand & Access Video-Just for Kids. With your library card, you now have unlimited access to thousands of videos. There is no wait and everything is completely bingeable! Stream our videos from your computer, laptop, tablet or smart TV. Any internet connected device will work. Browse & binge hundreds of subjects. Access Video producers include BBC, HBO, A&E, bio., History, Mondern Marvels, Rick Stevens, TED talks and many more. To login and explore Access Video on Demand, click on this link.

Access Video-Just for Kids has thousands of educational videos for your children to browse. Parents don't need to moniter this resource because all videos are educational and age appropriate. Franklin, Berenstain Bears, Reading Rainbow, Arthur, Xploration: Awesome Planet are just a few examples of what you find with this digital resource. Other subjects include ABC's & 123's, history, math, arts & music and many more. To login and explore Access Video-Just for Kids, click on this link.

Introducing Hoopla!

In an attempt to help meet the need for digital content, the library is adding Hoopla to it's digital resources. Hoopla includes over 700,000 e-books and audio books, music and video content. It's a great resource being offered in addition to Overdrive and Libby. The best part? THERE'S NO WAITING! Just visit or download the free app to your web-enabled device. Sign in using your library card and enjoy!

Mobile Hotspots Available for Check Out

Did you know that we have mobile WiFi hotspots available for checkout? These are devices you can use to connect to the Internet. They will work for your laptop, smartphone, or tablet. The hotstpot is portable, so you can connect your device almost anywhere you are, like at home, on the bus, or in the park. Mobile hotspots can be checked out for 7 days at a time.

When The Moon Is A Silver Canoe

When The Moon Is A Silver Canoe was originally written by Captain Don Saunders in 1946. The book includes history, poetry and Indian Legends of the Wisconsin Dells. Lucky for us, local resident Bonnie Alton created a revised edition of this book that is for sale here at the library. Part of the proceeds from this book go to the Friends of the Kilbourn Public Library so stop in and grab a copy to help support the library and our local author! Copies are sold for $20.00.


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