• Building Process Update: November 2018

    This week, the City of Appleton Common Council approved $5 million to continue working on the mixed-use library proposal with Commercial Horizons.

    The city and neighboring stakeholders are working to identify ways to provide a comprehensive parking solution to address current and future needs of the proposed area. Library planning will continue as appropriate to remain in sequence with this approach.

    For more information on the building process, please visit our planning page.  

  • Reach Out and Read Book Drive

    Individuals, businesses and organizations are invited to donate new children's books to the 2018 Reach Out and Read Book Campaign. 

    The children's books will be given to clinics participating in Reach Out and Read Partners – Fox Cities. This program gives children a foundation for success by incorporating books into pediatric care and encouraging families to read aloud together.

    Please bring donations (new and unwrapped books for children up to age 12) between November 1 and December 10 to the Appleton Public Library. Donate a copy of a childhood favorite – or one that is popular with children today. 

  • Wisconsin Author Project

    On the behalf of the Wisconsin Author Project, Appleton Public Library would like to congratulate this year’s winner,  On the Road to Death's Door by M.J. Williams and runner-up, Depravity by M.J. Haag. Both titles are available to read without delay in the Indie Wisconsin collection in BiblioBoard Library.

  • B.E.A.R. Bingo is Back!

    B.E.A.R. Bingo is back and runs November 1-30!

    How to Participate:
    1. Register online or at the Children's Desk.
    2. Receive your digital or paper bingo board.
    3. Check off items on your bingo board.
    4. Complete five bingos for up to five spins of the wheel. Five bingos earns a chance at the final prize drawing. A blackout bingo board earns a second chance at the final prize drawing. 

    The program is designed for children ages 3 up through 6th grade.

  • Appleton Housing Survey

    The Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council (MMFHC), in cooperation with the City of Appleton, is engaged in development of housing recommendations that address barriers to fair housing - equal housing access. As part of the analysis, the city is conducting a set of surveys to gather information from service providers and the community. Your participation will help the city better understand barriers and provide subsequent recommendations to dismantle them.

  • Artist-in-Residence

    We're excited to announce our latest artist-in-residence, Jeffrey Zdrale. Jeffrey is a self-taught artist who specializes in watercolor and oil paintings.

    Jeffrey's art will be on display in our lower level gallery from October 1 to December 28. Jeffrey will also offer special classes and workshops. Check out the schedule below. 

    Wednesday, November 14 | 1:30-3:00 pm - An Artist's Best Friend: The Color Wheel 
    Jeffrey will teach us about the diverse range of colors that can be made from just the three primary colors - red, blue and yellow. We'll also make own color wheels and learn how to use them.

  • A Library of Local Music

    Love music? Then we have something for you! We’re excited to announce our newest service, FlipSide. FlipSide will bring together a collection of local, original music from a variety of genres. Music will be available for streaming or downloading with your InfoSoup library card beginning early December. 

    Wondering what the service will look like? Check out BoomBox out of Nashville for an example.

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