It's March! March!...March of the Bookmarks Contest - Entries from 5K-12th Grade Accepted through March 31st!
T.G.I.D.W.! Thank Goodness It's Donut Wednesday! Wednesday, April 1st - 2:30-4:00 at Onalaska - Grades 7-12 Only
Story Time with the Coulee Region Humane Society - May 4th through May 20th at Onalaska and West Salem
Winter/Spring Program Calendar
Fall & Winter/Spring Story times run during the school year and are geared toward children ages three through six, and include stories, creative dramatics, songs, simple crafts and more. Days and times of scheduling may vary slightly from session to session based on need or demand. A minimum number of children must sign up for a session to be held. Check the schedule (above) for the current session nearest you.
Summer Story times run in conjunction with the Summer Library Program.
Click Here For: A Note to the Parent
How you and your child can get the most out of the Storytime experience including Read-Aloud Tips for home!
"Tales for Twos" a lap-sit storytime for two-year-olds is held during the fall and winter. Any schedule listed would be for the current season.
Teen Programs are intended for youth in grades 7-12. They are primarily held at the Onalaska branch but are open to all teens in Bangor, Campbell, Holmen, Onalaska, West Salem and other communities in the area. See the schedule (above) for the current season.
The Summer Library Program is intended to keep youth reading and using the library throughout the summer months. Each summer hundreds of youth participate.
The Summer Reading Program includes Lunch Bunch, Snack Pack, Library Club, Storytime, and family Main Events, beginning in June and running through early August. Also teen events. Check the schedules in the spring for times and locations. Check back in the spring for more information on our
2015 Get A Clue! program.
Check out our Library Activities
Special programs and no-school day activities are geared for different age groups, depending on the program. These programs include crafts, storytelling, movies and other activities. Watch for further information and sign-up lists at your local library.
Check the schedule (above) or Special Programs for specific times and dates. Schedules are for the current season.
Booklists are suggested reading in various categories provided by our Youth Services Librarians, New York Times Best-sellers list, etc. Click on "Booklists" in the blue buttons at the top of the page.
Reader's Advisory is a service to assist young people and their families, and those who work with children, in selecting reading materials. Stop by to talk with a youth services librarian at the Library’s youth services desks in Onalaska, Holmen, and West Salem, or before and after youth programs at any of the five County Library branches. They will be happy to recommend books and other materials for children and teens with regard to abilities, age levels, and interests.
Youth Services - Contact Us
Youth Services Coordinator, Karen Kroll, and Assistant Youth Services Staff, Katherine Sandy, Megan Shaw and Carol Knapmiller, travel to each of the five branch libraries to conduct programs, select and maintain books and other materials, conduct Reader's Advisory, and provide many other services for children, teens, and their families.
Youth Services has offices in Holmen, Onalaska & West Salem:
|Holmen Area Library
103 State St.
Holmen, WI 54636
|Onalaska Public Library
741 Oak Ave S
Onalaska, WI 54650
781-9568 ext 5
|West Salem Library|
201 Neshonoc Road
West Salem, WI 54669