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Interested in registering for a library card, scheduling a meeting room or volunteering at the library?  The following links will help direct you, but if you still need additional information, please contact us at 262-754-1815.



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Apply for a job at the Library?


Book a Librarian?

With Book A Librarian, library staff will work with you to find a convenient time to meet and walk you through your technology-related questions.  

Each consultation is free and lasts up to 45 minutes. If needed, you may book up to 3 appointments on the same topic. Examples of consultation topics include (but are not limited to): Computing Basics, Using the Library Catalog,Microsoft Office (Word, Publisher, Powerpoint)Setting Up and Using Email, Introduction to the Library's databases, E-Readers (Kindle, Nook, iPad) and Using OverDrive or Libby

To schedule an appointment, please call us at the Adult Reference Desk at 262-754-1815


Find out where to vote?


Get a library card?


Institutional Passes Available for Check-Out!

*Please note that some institutions do not allow the Library to publicize thier membership. For a full list of institutional passes, please contact the Library at 262-785-4980.


Learn about other Libraries in the System?

Directions to Member Libraries

Hearing Loops at Member Libraries


Renew books or pay fees online?


Schedule a Meeting Room?

We have a number of public meeting spaces available at the Library to meet your needs. Please review the following documents:

Meeting Room Policy

Meeting Room Application

If your party/group is 4 persons or less, there is one study room available for reservation at no cost. This room may be reserved up to one week in advance for up to four hours. All other study rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis. See below for additional information:

Study Room A Guidelines


Sign up for the Home Delivery Program?


Suggest materials to purchase or program ideas?

Email your suggestions to: or contact the Reference Desk at 262-754-1815.

Take an online course (Gale Courses)?


Volunteer at the Library?

Library Volunteer Application


Download Library Materials?

Downloading eBooks is a great way to read using your devices! Below please find additional links and information, but as always, email us at or contact the Reference Desk at 262-754-1815 with any questions or if we can help you troubleshoot.

    What's Libby?

Libby is an free App developed by OverDrive to make the browsing, downloading and reading/listening of ematerials a little easier! Get Started Guide Here.

Benefits of Libby

Download Libby, a new app from OverDrive. While not replacing the current OverDrive app (you may still use the OverDrive App), the new app has advantages:

  • Easier set up process
  • Friendlier searching
  • Titles automatically download to your device when connected to Wifi
  • All titles are on the same Shelf, in an easy to use format
  • Reading/listening progress is synced across all of your devices

You need the OverDrive app to download and watch videos.

Download the App

Apple store Google store Microsoft (Windows 10+)

Get Help

Not sure about downloading or using the new app? Let us help!

  • Set up an appointment for a one-on-one session with a librarian by calling 262-785-4980

Wisconsin's Digital Library (OverDrive) Links


Wisconsin's Digital Library Link and Logo OverDrive Link and Logo

When signing into Wisconsin's Digital Library (OverDrive), you will be prompted to enter a PIN in addition to your library name and library barcode. Your PIN is the PIN you use to sign into your library account. If you do not have a PIN, please see the Circulation Desk for assistance.

Digital Download Center

Public Domain Collection


User Guides

Need help learning how to access eBooks and other content with your device? Here are a few guides based on specific types of devices:

 * Special thanks to Bridges Library System for making these user guides available.