Our “It’s For the Birds” silent auction fundraiser was scheduled for April 20th thru May 2nd. Trying to be the eternal optimist we have put off postponing it, but….it will not happen at the end of the month. However, it WILL happen eventually. So for that reason we will continue to post pictures of items as they are donated. Todays post is the adorable “Bathing Beauty”, from Janet Burdick. Wouldn’t she look cute in your garden or on your front porch? We also still have a few wooden birdhouses available if you’d like to try your hand at painting or decorating one. Watch for mor
Happy Monday! Here are 2 pretty, painted bird houses for the "It's For the Birds" fundraiser. We still have a few unpainted houses if you are looking for something to do. Have a great day!
Gov. Evers has issued a new order (Safer at Home) closing all non-essential businesses and unfortunately the library is on his non-essential list. So as of tonite at 6pm we will be closed until further notice. Any items that you have checked out currently have a due date of April 6. Watch for updates and stay healthy!
As of Monday, March 23, 2020 we will only be open Mondays and Thursdays from 1pm to 6pm. We will continue to monitor the Covid-19 virus and make changes as necessary. If you have been sick in the last 14 days or are feeling sick now, please DO NOT come in the library. The 10 people or less rule remains in effect and will be strictly enforced. All people in the library are strongly urged to keep 6 feet of distance between themselves and anyone else using the library for the health and safety of all.
~This will mean doing the 6-foot dance at the checkout desk.~
Congrats to Sue Johnson, the winner of our "Blind Date With a Book" contest. She won chocolates and a plant. And thanks to all who did the blind dates and entered the contest. Stay healthy!
Do you love the Overdrive or the Libby app for reading eBooks? There have been some recent changes to Libby that will make sure you’re able to read the books you want to read, when you want to read them. Instead of a title being automatically checked out to you when you may not be ready for it, you’ll now have a few choices. You can of course, borrow the book and start reading. You’ll have a 3-day pickup period to open the Libby app and check out your title. Or, if you’re not ready to start reading, you can choose “Deliver Later” and select a set time period when you’d like the book de
Gov. Evers issued an Emergency Order prohibiting mass gatherings of 10 people or more. Due to this order we will be canceling all programs or classes until further notice. No story hour, bridge club, book club, Tai Chi, or any programs that have been scheduled until the order is lifted. Stay healthy!
Due to recent events all due dates have been pushed to April 6 for materials already checked out. If you have a book out and the original due date was tomorrow, the new due date is April 6th. This is being done for several reasons. If you have materials checked out you won’t accrue fines if you don’t want to come to the library to drop them off. Also, in a worst case scenario (the library would have to close) the due date will already be pushed out several weeks. Stay healthy!
Mill Pond Public Library Statement on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Libraries provide essential services for many people. Often, libraries are the only source of public computers/internet and meeting places for social services in our communities. However, we are fully aware of the risk factors involved with being a public space.