127 Pine St., P.O. Box 247
Glenwood City, WI 54013
The library's collection features best-selling and classic books, a large collection of children's picture books, periodicals, books on CD, DVD's, music CDs, large-print books, and downloadable audiobooks and ebooks (via Overdrive) all available at no charge.
We also offer electronic database access, including BadgerLink and WISCAT via our six public access computer workstations.
Resources and services offered are intended to meet the informational needs as well as develop and sustain the intellectual vitality of all members of the Glenwood City community.
We are pleased to offer computer access, including Internet access, to you as part of the library’s mission to provide materials and services that meet users’ personal, educational and professional needs. Our computer workstations allow users to access the Internet, various software programs such as word processing, and a selection of informational databases. A printer, black and white, is available for 10 cents per page, color prints are available at 50 cents per page.
The library also provides WiFi Internet access, feel free to bring in your laptop computer or any mobile device with WiFi capability.
The library’s primary purpose in providing Internet access is to enhance our existing reference services in meeting the information needs of our users. In order to offer quality Internet service to all of our users, potential users should possess adequate computer skills and agree to follow the policy requirements outlined in our Computer/Internet Policy for Public Access.
In addition, due to the controversial nature of some Internet material, a parent or legal guardian must grant permission for any child between the ages of 11 and 18 (12 - 17) to use a computer workstation with Internet access at the library (by signing our Computer/Internet Policy for Public Access with their child present).
Minors under the age of 12 do not need a signed Internet agreement, but must be accompanied at all times, at the computer Internet workstation, by a parent or guardian who does have a signed Internet agreement.
Photo Copier and Fax
The library has a copier machine available for public use. Prices are as follows:
The library also has a fax machine available to send (but not receive) faxes. Library staff will send faxes for the following fee:
We will scan documents and email them to the customer or copy them to the customer’s USB flash drive. Small items like identification cards and receipts can be combined into a single scan.
We do not provide image editing or retouching services. Scanned documents can be sent as individual image files or compiled into PDF documents.
Scanning is available when the library director or the senior library assistant are available. Customers may also leave the items they need scanned and staff will notify them when the scans are complete.
The library reserves the right to refuse or delay scanning requests when the librarian is busy with other customers.
Basic tax forms are available and free during the tax season. In addition, most tax forms and instructions can be downloaded and/or printed all year via www.IRS.gov and www.revenue.wi.gov for 10 cents per page. These websites can be accessed using our public access computers.