Hawkins Area Library
709 Main Street
Hawkins, WI 54530
(715) 585-2311
library@hawkinspl.org

Hours Open
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday closed
 

Library Services

The Hawkins Area Library is committed to providing a warm, friendly atmosphere where you will have access to everything from the newest releases of great books, to all of the latest technology.

 
We offer:
 
  • Books - Children's, Young Adult and Adult-Over 10,000 titles to choose from.
  • Audio Books on CD and Tape
  • Movies on  DVDs & VHS
  • Magazines
  • Newspapers 

Library Cards:Cards are free, just fill out a short application form and provide a driver's license or picture ID.

Interlibrary Loan: If we don't have a book you are looking for, we will be happy to try to get it for you through the interlibrary loan system which has access to lending libraries throughout Wisconsin and across the United States.

Computers and Internet: There are 8 public computers and 5 laptops available for public use. There is a 90 minute/day limit for Internet use, unless special arrangements are made. Printing from the computer costs 25 cents/page. You must have a current library card to use the Internet.
 
Wireless Access available on site.
 
Copies and Faxing: We can help you with your printing needs, 10 cents/page for copies and faxes are $1.00/sheet.
  
Online Services: You can request a book from interlibrary loan, renew your books or movies, reserve a book and register for classes or events, just click the CONTACT US button.
 
Book Club: Enjoy reading and lively discussions of good books? We have a book club which meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 1:30pm. New members are always welcome.
 
Summer Reading Program: Children, pre-school through age 16, are welcome to join us for snacks, story time, games, crafts and a whole lot of fun during the summer, please watch our Calendar of Events for dates and times.
 
After School Program:  Wednesdays -  September 9th –May 18th 4:00pm-5:00pm

Students may use the library resources to work on homework, use computers for school work, play board games and work on class projects. Printing of homework is free to students during the program.  Students will also receive help with homework when volunteers are available. Students will be expected to follow the library rules and respect others.

Computer Classes: We try to provide computer classes as often as schedules allow, please watch our Calendar of Events for future classes.