March 24, 2015

Open hours:
Monday through Thursday
10am - 12pm
and 2pm - 7pm

Friday 10am - 5pm

Saturday 10am - 1pm

Sunday closed

"WHAT'S IT WORTH?" Antiques Appraisal with expert, Mark Moran - Sunday, April 12, 2015; 1-4pm; District 1 EMS Building, 316 W. Commercial St. (Hwy 14), Mazomanie

Join us for another informative and very entertaining afternoon with Mark Moran whether you have a treasure to share or not. Mark has time to appraise 40 items and we'd like to offer a chance to as many people as possible. This is why there is a one-item limit person; $5.00 per item.

Please contact the library at 795-2104 to reserve your spot now!

Items accepted: fine art, furniture, ceramics, glassware, books, sports memoribilia, metalware, advertising, folk art, toys, clocks, costume jewelry and vintage photographs.

Items excluded: all weapons, traps, Nazi memoribilia, coins and paper money, fine jewelry, Beanie Babies/

If you have lots of items, or very fragile items, that you would like appraised, Mark can schedule a home visit for $75.00/hour and no mileage charge if within 10 miles of this event.

This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Mazomanie Free Library and the Friends of the Black Earth Public Library.

Quilts by Carmen Schultz are on display through March 1, 2015.

beyond the page logoClick on the icon to learn more about the Beyond the Page campaign - a joint effort of Dane County public libraries and the Madison Community Foundation to create a permanent endowment that will support humanities programming in all 28 libraries - forever.

The library uses Enterprise Wireless.

With Enterprise Wireless, patrons just need to select the "Library-Wireless" signal, connect and go! No more logging in with accounts and agreeing to terms of service first. WiFi signal is accessible 24 hours/seven days/week. 

Full Steam Ahead!

Your financial contribution to the Mazomanie Free Library is tax deductible through the South Central Library System (SCLS) Foundation. Whether your gift is large or small, an annual gift or a one-time bequest,it's a gift that will keep on giving for years to help support your library.

Simply make your check payable to SCLS Foundation, then write Mazomanie Free Library on the check's memo line. Checks can be mailed to or dropped off at the library.

The SCLS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that serves libraries in Adams, Columbia, Dane, Green, Portage, Sauk & Wood counties.

The NEW LINKcat is here!

Having trouble getting into LINKcat? Your login is your 14 digit barcode number (no more shortcuts; and no spaces between numbers) and your password is your PIN. You can change your password (PIN) at any time or ask us to change it. 

Live Homework Help LogoLive Homework Help

TheWisconsin Heights School District students and families now have access to Live Homework Help! This service has been made possible through a grant from the Madison Community Foundation. New features for adults include job search and resume writing skills help, GED and other test prep. Click on the icon to learn more!

What is your library worth to you? Calculate the value of your library use and find out!

Mazomanie Residents: In addition to databases that you have always had access to through our library system, you now have access to another new subscription-only resources.

Our web page has lots of up-to-date information about what's going on at the Library! Find out what the Friends and Book Discussion groups are up to. Discover programs for kids. Reserve a computer. And, of course, access LINKcat!

The mission of the Mazomanie Free Library is to serve all by providing materials and services to meet their educational, recreational and informational needs.

Director: Audrey Johnson
Library Aide: Judy Patton

Library Aide: Jan Manchester

Library Aide: Judy Swenson

Library Sub:  Marijane Reich



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