709 Main Street
Hawkins, WI 54530
Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday closed
Hawkins Area Library
Friday,March 8th 6:00pm
Free Admission-everyone welcome
Each child will receive a free Dr. Seuss book, bag and other surprises from the library!
“The Magic of Dr. Seuss” is a whole program of funny, wacky, wonderful Seuss!
What better way to inspire the kids to read than with the magical books of Dr. Seuss. The kids will be entranced as Robert uses magic, story-telling, and silly comedy to bring to life the enchanting characters found within the pages of “The Cat in the Hat”, “The Lorax”, “Green Eggs and Ham”, “One Fish Two Fish” and more. What better time to do it than with the doctor’s birthday and during Children’s Read Month.
Just a reminder about winter and weather conditions:
If the Flambeau School is closed due to weather, so is the library or if the board deems roads are unsafe in our area. If you are ever in doubt, please call ahead to be sure we are open, we want all of our patrons to be safe.
Preschool Story Time Resumes
1st Tuesday of the month at 10:00am
Stories, crafts, snacks and more
Stepping On Program
Every Tuesday Oct 2nd- Nov 13th
Hooks and Needles Craft Club
meets the 2nd Thursday of month at 10:00am
Everyone is welcome
Book Club Resumes
4th Wednesday of the month at 1:30pm
Donations for our programs:
For those wonderful patrons that ask what we need to continue providing programs: we have a piggy bank on the circulation desk for cash donations and now, you can access our wish list on Amazon.com just search for us by typing in Hawkins Area Library or by our email email@example.com
Thanks so much for your support!
Monthly Program Schedule
~Preschool Storytime Oct-May 1st Tuesday of the month 10:00am
All programs are free and everyone is welcome!
Drop-Off Site: Please support The Lions Club as they collect unwanted glasses and hearing aids to help others.
Cell Phones for Soldiers: Drop off your used cell phones which will be turned in for phone cards for soldiers deployed away from home.
Special Note to Parents: