Library Hours


Monday: 10am - 7pm 

Tuesday: 10am - 7pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

Thursday: 10am - 7pm

Friday: 10am - 5pm

Saturday: 10am - 1pm 

Check Out Wisconsin State Parks!

Stop by the library to pick up a day pass for free admission for one vehicle at any state park, forest, or recreation area where admission is required.


You don’t have to use the pass on the day you pick it up, we will write the date you will actually use the pass on it. In order to get the pass, you do need to have a library card from a Wisconsin library and a car with a Wisconsin plate on it.

We do have a limited number of passes, so stop by while supplies last.   

Art Exhibits

September exhibits feature the works of Winthrop and Sandra Byers and Leah Griffith Boyce.

Win and Sandra Byers are the featured artists in the Glass Case Gallery. The Byers have both been making pots for 50 years. After 2 years in New York City, they moved to Madison, and then to the small village of Rock Springs where they found a 6 room school building suitable for both a home and studio. Win makes functional stoneware and porcelain pieces on the potters wheel. Sandra creates small nature-inspired vessels and sculptures of porcelain by throwing and pinching. The Byers' ceramics work is available for viewing during regular library hours.

 "Hope", an oil painting on display in the Community Room, was created by Spring Green artist Leah Griffith Boyce, as a meditation on being human in this vast and undolding cosmos. This is the first time the painting has been exhibited. Boyce holds her master of fine arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her beautiful oil painting can be viewed at anytime during regular library hours when the Community Room is not already in use. Please ask for the room key at the circulation desk.