Boulder Junction Public Library
Busines Type: Community, Education
Address: 5392 Park Street, PO Box 9, Boulder Junction, WI 54512
Phone: (715) 385-2050
Contact: Cherie Sanderson
The Boulder Junction Public Library serves as the gathering place for our community, connecting residents and visitors to information, technology, education and culture in a welcoming environment. You can borrow adult and children’s books, large print books, ebooks,books on CD, DVDs, reference materials, magazines and databases. The library also provides access to more than 500,000 additional books and other materials through the automated MERLIN system.
There are seven public-access computers with Microsoft Office Suite and Internet access. The library offers free wireless Internet service during regular hours and 24/7 outside the building – no password required.
Adult and children’s programs are held year-round and are free to the public. Check out the library website or Facebook page for program listings.
The Boulder Junction Public Library will be re-opening for in-person visits starting Monday, February 1, 2021. The library will be open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 am to 1 pm. There will be a capacity limit of 8 people in the library at one time and prolonged socializing or extended stays at the library are not permitted at this time.
Masks or face coverings will be required for all patrons ages 5 and older inside the building. Patrons are welcome to check out materials, use the public computers with time limits, or copy and scan documents. The library’s WiFi network is accessible outside the library and is available 24/7.
Contactless Curbside Pickup is available by appointment on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10 am to 1 pm and Tuesday and Thursday from 2-6 pm.
For questions, please call the library or check the library website for the most recent updates or for access to digital collections.
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Library Director, Boulder Junction Public Library
I fell in love with Boulder Junction many, many years ago while visiting with my boyfriend's (now husband) family. We came to town to eat breakfast at the Outdoorsman. My first impression was that it was just like the fictional small Alaska town in the TV series Northern Exposure - which was my favorite show at the time. Little did I know I would live here someday! Now that I've lived here for 20 years, I still love the small-town vibe mixed with the big outdoors vibe. You would think my favorite pastime is reading books since I'm a Library Director, but I rarely find the time to read! My spare time is spent biking, hiking, traveling, camping or hanging out with family and friends. And we're fortunate to have so many cool places to hangout here!Learn more