Greetings from Brewer Library!
The library board has made the decision to continue providing curbside pick-up service and leave the library building closed to the public for now. On July 13th the library board will meet and reassess the situation and consider at that time if it is safe to offer open hours to the public. The health and safety of the community and the library staff is the most important factor in these decisions. Please continue to call the library with materials requests and utilize curbside service!
2020 Virtual Summer Library Program
Brewer Public Library is offering a Virtual Summer Library Program beginning June 8th through August 14th. The program is FREE to the community. You can participate at any time, and it is not necessary to have a library card. There will be a different 30- to 60-minute online program daily, Monday through Friday, featuring shows, crafts, cooking, author interviews, special guests, and virtual field trips. See the Youth Services Page for details.
Mission Statement: The Brewer Public Library, Richland Center, Wisconsin, will be responsive to the area’s diverse community and be an integral part of its intellectual and cultural life. The Library will provide free and equal access to information, knowledge and ideas; will promote personal enrichment and life-long learning; will encourage literacy and the love of reading for all age groups. It will foster cultural and educational programs and partnerships by the utilization of the appropriate technology. These activities will be accomplished with quality service through positive human interactions and an inviting environment.
Richland County History Room Hours
10:00 am – 3:00 pm – Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
4:00 pm – 8:00 pm – Thursday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm – First and Third Saturday of each month
History Room hours are subject to change; if you are traveling from some distance, we suggest you call ahead to confirm that the History Room will be open.
Library cards are free to any school-age child or adult living in Richland County. Children may get their own library cards when they reach the age of five. Children under 16 years of age must have a guardian’s signature on the application card. Initial card is free.
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