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Library News & Announcements:
Join us for a special event featuring Kathryn Gahl as she reads poetry inspired by, “Poetry in Color,” exhibit art currently on display at the Central Library.
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Local History Series line-up announced!
View the schedule.
Mark Moran returns for an Antique & Collectible Appraisal event at the Central Library.
Register today as time slots are limited.
View the details.
The OneClick Digital and Zinio apps have merged into a new RBdigital app – available now.
For the first time, you will be able to access audiobooks, magazines, and eBooks in one easy-to-use app.
There’s nothing like a good ol’ fashioned carnival game to add excitement and fun at an event. Now you can borrow one from the Southwest Branch! (some restrictions apply) Details…
Learn a Language with Rosetta Stone – an e-Learning solution that helps build language skills and delivers immediate feedback to guide pronunciation based on innovative speech-recognition technology.
Join us for your favorite movies – now showing at Brown County Library!
Consumer Reports has been added to our database library. Over 7,700 reliable and unbiased product reviews are now just a click away!
Learn what you want – when you want. Learn business, creative, software and technology skills to achieve your personal and professional goals through online courses taught by industry leaders. Get started.
Love to Shop Online?
Buy It Now and the Library Benefits!
Use this link to shop online at Amazon to support the library.
Once you’ve clicked the “Buy It Now” button you will redirected to Amazon where you can shop for anything. The Library will receive a percentage from each purchase you make. (If you bookmark the page, the link is valid for 24 hours.)
As Seen on TV (and in the Newspaper!)
Watch the library’s segment on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month!
Themed children’s book synopses published every Sunday in the Green Bay Press-Gazette.