The Mill Pond Library, originally established in the former Kingston Village Hall, moved to their new location at 140 N South Street Kingston, WI in 2003. Our library has been a vital community resource since its founding in February 1964.


What kind of services do we provide? For children, we organize special summer reading programs and weekly story hours to foster a love for reading from an early age. Our library boasts an extensive collection including fiction, non-fiction, large print books, magazines, newspapers, children’s books, audiobooks, and DVDs. Through interlibrary loan services, patrons can access materials not available locally, and our affiliation with the Winnefox Library System enables borrowing and returns at any of the 30 member libraries.

In addition to our comprehensive collection, we offer valuable community services. Patrons can utilize our meeting room, access high-speed internet, make use of our copy machine, and find essential tax forms. We also support lifelong learning through programs like our monthly book club, and tutoring services provided in partnership with the Literacy Council. Fundraising efforts such as donations, silent auctions, our festive Christmas Cookie Walk, and ongoing book sales help sustain and expand our library’s offerings, ensuring that we continue to meet the evolving needs of our community.

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