Services

The Winneconne Public Library offers free access to books, videos, music content in a variety of formats.  In addition to popular materials, the library offers access to electronic databases throught BadgerNet.  We also provide a wide range of educational and entertaining programs for patrons of all ages. Internet computers and free wireless access are available to the public during regular library hours.  Please see our schedule of events for up to date information about library programs and services.  Attempts will be made to accomodate people with disabilities upon request.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the library open?

Regular Library hours are 10am – 6pm Monday – Friday, 10am-7pm on Thursday, and 10am-1pm on Saturdays. From Memorial Day through Labor Day, the library opens at 9am each day.

How can I get a library card?

Bring in current identification to the circulation desk; a valid driver’s license, a bill or printed receipt with your address on it will do.

Where can I use my Winneconne Public Library Card?

Your card will work at any Winnefox Library System Library, and you can use any Winnefox System Library card at Winneconne Library.

What does a new or replacement library card cost?

There is no charge for a new card. If you lose your card and need to replace it, there is a $1.00 replacement fee. (For children’s cards, the fee is 50 cents.)

How many items may I check out and how long may I keep them?

You may have up to 75 items checked out on your library card at one time. Read the library’s circulation policy for details about item loan limits and checkout periods.

Can I renew an item?

Yes! You may renew any item one time, as long as no one else has the item on hold. Lucky Day items may not be renewed. You may access your library account to renew materials online at winneconnelibrary.org.

Does my card expire?

Yes. Every sixteen months library cards expire to give the library the opportunity to update your contact information. Library staff will renew your card upon your next visit, or you may call the library for assistance.