We’re celebrating our 95th Anniversary…with help from our friends at local restaurants. AND YOU!!!

A number of local restaurants are offering library-themed or library-dedicated specials during the month of August. Grab a game card at the library (or we’d be happy to mail you one) and earn points for trying out as many of the specials as you can. BONUS points for sending us a photo of you enjoying it! We’re purchasing gift certificates from participating restaurants and, at the end of the month, we’ll award those as prizes to those who’ve accrued the most points. Read more about this celebration, the participating restaurants, the specials that will be offered and when they’ll be available check out the posting on our news carousel, below. PLEASE CELEBRATE WITH US!!!

Current Hours of Operation this Pandemic Season are:

Monday – Friday   OPEN with protocols 12-4

Saturday     OPEN with protocols 11-2

Curbside pick-up will continue to be an available service with M-F pick-up times of 10-12 and 4-6 (5 on Fridays.) Saturday curbside 10-11 or 2-3.

Seniors or at risk individuals who wish to do so may make an appointment to visit the library outside of our regular OPEN hours. Please contact us at  715-798-3189 or cablelibrary@cable.wislib.org. to make an appointment.

If you have any questions or concerns about the Forest Lodge Library’s Pandemic Policy, please contact Library Director Kristine Lendved.


And, so ya know, the wifi is always on! Don’t forget about Little Free Libraries at Cable and Namakagon Community Centers.

Log Cabin Library in Cable

There’s lots of fun in the summer at The Forest Lodge Library in Cable, Wisconsin.

The learning center of the community

Lodged in a rustic 1925 built log cabin, the Forest Lodge Library is a joint library of the Cable and Namakagon communities and is located on County Highway M in downtown Cable, Wisconsin. The library is open six days a week and its services and programs are available to area patrons and visitors alike. The library shares a campus with the Cable Natural History Museum and both facilities are destinations you won’t want to miss when in the Cable/Namakagon area.

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