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Welcome Jefferson County!

Waukesha County's CAFÉ library catalog and automation system will be growing to add the libraries of Jefferson County. The migration process is planned for Dec. 2 through 9, during which time the CAFÉ automation system will be "down" and unavailable. Click here to learn more.







Friday Movie Matinees

1:00-3:00 pm  
Community Room

Click on the piece of popcorn for the December movie matinee schedule. Movies in December will be shown on the 11th and 18th.

        Movie Matinee Schedule

Monday Morning Movie

Conference Room - beginning at 10 am

The last movie in November will be Home for the Holidays on 11/30. Click here for the flyer to learn more.


         Home for the Holidays

On Monday mornings in December, we're showing a miniseries called, Parade's End, Tom Stoppard's adaption of Ford Madox Ford's First World War novel. Click here for the flyer to learn more.

          Parade's End


National Novel Writing Month

National Novel Writing Month, or NaNo for short, is an organization that supports events where children and adults can find the inspiration, encouragement, and structure they need to achieve their creative writing goals.

We'll be hosting several unmoderated write-ins during the month of November for people to gather and work or socialize even. People can come and go as they please. Click here for complete details!


Sensory Friendly Storytime 

Wednesdays | 6:00-6:30 pm

Sensory Friendly Storytime is designed to engage children (ages 2-7 with a caregiver) through movement, music, stories, and play. It’s open to all children, and is especially geared to children on the autism spectrum, those with sensory integration challenges, or children who have difficulty sitting. Click here to learn more.


Youth Services Service Project

Through November the New Berlin Public Library Youth Services department will be collecting non-perishable donations for the Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin. Click here to learn more.

Beginning in December, the service project is to support the Hunger Task Force. Donations can be brought to the Youth Service Desk or dropped off in the donation bin during our Santa visit on December 17th. A list of suggested donations can be found at the Youth Services desk.

Check Out the Library's Teen Happenings on Instagram!

We've started an Instagram feed for information about our teen programs, new books, and more! Check us out and follow us! Find us @newberlinlibraryteens on Instagram.


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Gale Courses

A wide range of highly interactive, instructor-led courses that you can take entirely online through Gale Courses, also known as ed2go. As a library card holder in good standing, you are entitled to these courses at no cost. Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every month.