“Brown County Library is a catalyst for community advancement.”
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Digital Library: eBooks, audio books, magazines, and videos.
Programs & Events:
View current calendars for children, teens, and adults.
Use our calendar of events to plan your visits to the library! Click on the image for the .pdf version or use the links above.
Library News & Announcements:
This week’s public meetings.
Please note that this schedule is subject to change. The posted time is the reservation start time and may not reflect the start of the meeting.
The Brown County Library will be CLOSED on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day.
The Central Library will be closed on Sundays, May 26 – September 1.
The 2019 Summer Reading Adventure starts June 8!
Join us on Saturday, June 8, from 10 am – Noon at the Central Library for a fun and festive kick-off of summer reading! Sign up, win prizes, enjoy live music featuring Ken Lonnquist, balloon art, face painting A&W Root Beer, popcorn and more!
It’s your (Digital) Lucky Day!
Popular bestsellers. On the Spot.
The library is excited to announce the addition of Axis 360 – offering the most high-demand and bestselling authors. If a title is available – it’s yours to borrow!
No waitlists! Books check out for 2 weeks and will be returned automatically (no renewals). Borrow one book at a time and save titles that you want to read in the future to your wishlist. All you need is your library card.
Get started! Goto the Axis 360 library or get the app.
Her Story This four-part series explores U.S. history from the female perspective. A captivating performance, in character and period costume, will be followed by Q&A with the audience.
Central Library | In partnership with the Kenosha Public Museum
Learning in the Library highlights a sample of classes for adults looking for enrichment, enlightenment and entertainment. With opportunities at a variety of Brown County Libraries, you are invited to attend one, or all, of the classes presented by library staff and local experts. See page 3 of the events calendar for program listing.
Central Library Wall Gallery:
On display through June 14: “This is Me”
The Voices Project celebrates all of who people experiencing homelessness are and takes that into the community. What we know is that “homeless” is not one’s only identity – we all are far more complex than that. Guests at The Micah Center may be someone facing with homelessness, but they are also a brother or sister, an artist, a hard worker, a painter, a singer, a mother and on and on.
Artist: The Voices Project, guests from The Micah Center
Join us for your favorite movies – now showing at Brown County Library!
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.