All are cordially invited to attend a Novel Affair scheduled for Sunday, August 14th. This annual showcase of library services will offer you an opportunity…
PLAN TO ATTEND our Novel Affair 2022 on Sunday, August 14th from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. On site live music and a MAKERSPACE event. Food from the BOMB DOG. The Book House will be open! Enjoy a mellow day at the library! Read more about it, below, in WHAT’S NEWS.
We are very pleased to offer our patrons access to the KANOPY streaming service…connecting you to over 30,000 movies, documentaries and tv shows AND over 7,000 of The Great Courses! All you need is your library card…and to be a Cable/Namakagon patron in the Northern Waters Library Network. Read more about it, below, in WHAT’S NEWS.
Now offering wireless printing from your own device via PRINCH! You can pay cash at the circulation desk…or use your card to pay online via PRINCH!
Our “pandemic library policy” states that our library “shall follow the recommendations of the Bayfield County Health Dept, the WI Dept of Health Services and Federal CDC regarding the continuation of required masking and other COVID safety protocols.” As of March 9, 2022
• Masks are recommended for all people entering the library, especially those who are immunocompromised or unvaccinated.
Masks are provided!
• We will continue to offer curbside pickup upon request.
There are return bins just inside each outside door,
This policy subject to change upon change in County transmission rate or advice from Health agencies.
To arrange for curbside pick-up call 715-798-3189, or email, email@example.com and please be sure to confirm your appointment!
We encourage our patrons to continue to be mindful of general safety protocols. Allow safe social distance between yourself and those from outside of your household. Wash/sanitize your hands frequently.
If you have any questions, please call 715-798-3189 and ask for Director Kristine Lendved. Or, email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
And, so ya know, the wifi is always on! Don’t forget about Little Free Libraries at Cable and Namakagon Community Centers.