The Kilbourn Public Library, the Bookmobile and the Community Center are all completely closed to the public.
The Book Drop is Locked-Please hold on to your library items.Nothing is due until May 1.
Thank you and please stay safe and healthy,
Kilbourn Public Library
Did the puzzles in the newsletter this month stump you? Here's a link to the answer key! Thanks for playing along.
Want to use the library's free ebooks and online resources when we're closed, but you don't have a library card? No problem!
While you are remaining safer at home, we have set up a virtual library card to meet the needs of the community while we are closed.
To get your virtual library card, fill out a short online form and we'll send you a new library card number via email within 48 hours. You'll have instant access to over 71,000 ebooks and audiobooks through Wisconsin’s Digital Library, as well as our language learning database Transparent Language Online, our new foodie database AtoZ Food America and many more free (with your library card) online resources. The virtual library card will expire on June 30 but visit us at the library or on the bookmobile when we re-open to get a full-use card by providing a photo ID and proof of address. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions or you have a current library card but don't know your PIN.
Please don't forget you can access digital library services such as ebooks, e-audios, and online databases with your library card at no cost. You can access these resources right here from our website. You can download the Libby App or Overdrive App on your smart phone, tablet, e-reader or laptop and access free ebooks, audiobooks and DVDs. Overdrive has tons of books for all ages!
Kilbourn Public Library now has a subscription to A to Z Food America. Check out regional, state, and ethnic cuisines for the entire country. A to Z Food America also contains large-scale historical, ingredient, and reference modules of great use to cooks, culinary students, and historians. So if you're interested in picking up some new recipes or learning about food and culture, click on this link to check it out! https://www.scls.lib.wi.us/cgi-bin/libauth.cgi?connectto=WIDAZFOOD