The library doors are open. All services are available during regular business hours.

A used book sale is currently located in the children’s room. There are several rolling carts filled with donated items and materials removed from the library collection. Books on CD and DVD movies are available as well as kids toys and puppets. Selection changes as space becomes available on the carts. Come in often to see what is being offered.

Barron County Fair books are still available for those considering submitting items for judging. Fair time is just around the corner. Get your book and learn how to register your crafts, foods, produce and animals. See you at the fair.

Kid’s Take and Make crafts change frequently. Check out the choices in the children’s room and take one home for crafty fun. Star spangled red, white and blue wind socks are coming soon.

The library has Wi-Fi service 24 hours a day. The signal is available inside and outside within 100 feet of the building. Use the “publiclibrary” network. No password is required. Public access computers are available inside during business hours. Each computer is connected to the internet and a printer. Copy machine and fax services are also available.

The library is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 1–6 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursday; and from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday. The library is closed on Sundays. The Calhoun Memorial Library is located at 321 Moore Street; look for the big bell on the front lawn. For more information, call 715-924-3195 or visit www.calhounmemoriallibrary.org.

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