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Stay informed of the latest Monroe Avenue construction developments as you plan your visit to the library. Construction information specific to the Central Library will be posted as it becomes known.
During construction the library’s Pine Street entrance will become two-way (the exit to Monroe Ave will be closed). Please enter and exit with care!
NOTICE: Due to Monroe Avenue auxiliary concrete work, the Library’s parking lot will be CLOSED Friday and Saturday, August 22 and 23.
Back by popular demand! “What’s It Worth?” Antique & Collectible Appraisal Event with Mark Moran. Saturday, September 20 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m at the Central Library. Registration required. More…
The Great Books Discussion series resumes Tuesday, September 9. See the schedule.
The 2nd Annual Kids Fun Run to benefit the Wrightstown Branch Library is October 4. View registration details.
Adults – looking for something new to read?
Try our new personalized reading suggestions service, Future Favorite Books!
What is your library use worth to you? Have you ever wondered how much you would pay out-of-pocket for your library services? Use our Library Use & Value Calculator to determine how much the library is saving you on a monthly basis. It also calculates a “return on investment” that is based on the per capita library expenditures in your community.
Do you Zinio?
Zinio offers your favorite magazines in digital format that you can read on your mobile device or computer. Have your library card handy to sign up for a free account!
The Library’s Playbook illustrates our mission and strategic goals.
As Seen on TV (and in the Newspaper!)
Watch the library’s segment on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month!
Check It Out!
Themed children’s booklists published every Saturday in the Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Family Time section.
Cellcom Children’s Edible Garden @ Central Library
The Cellcom Children’s Edible Garden at the Central Library is enhancing education for children of all ages.This project provides a hands-on learning environment that supports and reinforces literacy and learning.
Please consider making a donation to help grow our garden!
Contact Library Director Lynn Stainbrook at 920-448-5810 for more information or mail your donation to Brown County Library Children’s Garden, 515 Pine Street, Green Bay, WI 54301.