121 N Fourth Ave. • Park Falls, WI 54552 • (715)762-3121 • email@example.com
Because of COVID-19 concerns, the library will be closed March 19 - April 6. The ending date is subject to change. All programming within the library is cancelled as well. During this time, please keep the following in mind...
The book drop is located on the south side of the parking lot for returns. Library staff will be emptying it daily as usual.
The MORE catalog www.more.lib.wi.us offers you access to online books to read on your computer, tablet or phone.
The parking lot, while not as comfortable as the library's big comfy chairs, offers free wi-fi 24/7.
We regret the inconvenience and look forward to reopening our doors as soon as possible.
Please stay healthy and safe! You are in our thoughts.
Park Falls Public Library's Adult Services department offers you an extensive collection of the best in current and past Fiction and Nonfiction books. We also feature an eclectic selection of books on CD and music cds along with a rapidly growing collection of DVDs
We help you find the answers you need. Our staff provides Reference Service in person or by telephone. Our collection features atlases, dictionaries and an extensive collection of other print Reference materials. Up to date online resources and databases are also available.
Readers Advisory Service
Ask our staff to help you select Fiction or Nonfiction items that will suit your reading tastes and interests. We are always happy to help. The library also has a number of print and on-line resources that can aid you in selecting novels based on genre, subject matter, or style.
Programs and Activities
Throughout the year, the library sponsors many activities, including our famous Great Big Book Sale during Flambeau-Rama (Last weekend in July), Mardi Gras Book Sale in February, Art Exhibits, Displays, Music Concerts, Book Discussion Clubs, Writing Club and guest speakers on varied topics of community interest.
Our Adult Services Collections Include...
If you can't find what you're looking for in our local collection, or on the extensive MORE Library Catalog, we can probably borrow it from another public or academic library in the state. Feel free to ask one of the librarians for assistance in filling your information needs.