Phone: 715-623-3724 director@antigopl.org

Adult Services

Wednesday Book Club

The first Wednesday of every month at  1:30-2:30

Questions? call Maria at the library 715-623-3724

January 08, 2020
The Oregon Trail: The New American Journey by Rinker Buck

February 05, 2020
Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini

March 04, 2020
Educated by Tara Westover

April 01, 2020
The rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

May 06, 2020
Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee by Casey Cep

June 03, 2020
The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian

LeVar Burton Reads

Castle Park Free Library

This free library is located at the Castle Rock Park facing All Saints School. Stop by and take a book or two or drop off one or two you would like to pass on to another.

Please check our Facebook page or call the library 715-623-3724 for more information.

Lake Park Free Library

This free library is located at  Lake Park facing Merit Gear. Stop by and take a book or two or drop off one or two you would like to pass on to another.

Please check our Facebook page or call the library 715-623-3724 for more information.

5th and Lincoln St. Free Library

This free library is located at 5th Ave. and Lincoln St. by Langlade Abstract & Title Co. Stop by and take a book or two or drop off one or two you would like to pass on to another.

Please check our Facebook page or call the library 715-623-3724 for more information.

Our Woodland Ancestors

The Antigo Library Foundation is holding a fundraiser to benefit the Antigo Public Library. This event will be rescheduled for a later date.

John Bates is the author of nine books about the natural history of the Northwoods and has a bi-weekly column in the Lakeland Times. He’s worked as a local naturalist for over 30 years and leads an array of guided trips to help people further understand the diversity and beauty of nature and our place in it. His most recent book is “Our Living ancestors: The History and Ecology of Old- Growth forests in Wisconsin (and Where to Find Them)”.

Mary Burns expresses her love of northern woodlands and waters in her weavings and writings. As an award-winning jacquard loom weaver, her exhibit “Ancestral Women of Wisconsin” has been touring for over three years across the United States. She is currently working on an international exhibit about women and water.

A catered dinner starts at 5:30pm with a program featuring John and Mary to follow.
Dinner options will be beef, chicken, or a gluten-free vegan.
Wine will be from the Three Lakes Winery, and a non-alcoholic option will be available as well.

Tickets to be seated at a table with John Bates and Mary Burns will be $80 and all others will be $50.
Tickets are available for sale at the Antigo Public Library now through April 4th.
As this is a catered event there are no day-of ticket sales.

Please check our Facebook page or call the library 715-623-3724 for more information.

Antigo Public Library
617 Clermont St.
Antigo, WI 54409

Phone: 715-623-3724
Fax: 715-627-2317