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The public library in Monticello, WI is a remodeled funeral home. Drop by sometime, won’t you? Monticello Public Library Village of Monticello
Today we travel to Spring Green, a quaint little village in Sauk County, Wisconsin.
Tucked inside the village hall you can find the bustling New Glarus Public Library.
This month takes us to Plain, a small village in Sauk County, a little less than an hour northwest of Madison.
The Kansas City (MO) Public Library looks pretty amazing to me: Does it to you too?
Not far northwest of Madison lies the community of Sauk City, “where eagles soar” (more about those eagles in a minute.)
What do Americans expect from their public libraries? The short answer is “a lot.”
Libraries of all types and sizes struggle with this question. It is hard to be all things to all people. Hard to be the quiet space some crave, while also being the busy bustling place filled with happy people of … Continue reading
As a (mostly retired) librarian, it troubles me that an article about library anxiety among college students has been getting quite a bit of play lately (at least in the library-related blogs and sites I follow).
Congratulations to Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library (KS), 2016 Gale/LJ Library of the Year. “The Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library (TSCPL), KS, is engaged in every discussion in its community. In fact, it is usually leading them. The … Continue reading