Inclement Weather Policy –
For the safety of both library patrons and staff, it is the policy of the Mazomanie Free Library that the library will close when Wisconsin Heights schools close due to inclement weather. Evening and Saturday closings are at the discretion of the librarian on duty. However, if staff can safely travel, the library may open for limited hours even when the schools are closed. Call the library at 795-2104 before venturing out.
Pre-K Storytime with Ms. Fredericka and Friends -
Click "Children" tab for schedule.
New Quilts Display -
Quilts by Rita Hansen Frakes are on display now at the library.
Having trouble getting into LINKcat?
Your login is your 14 digit barcode number (no more shortcuts; and no spaces between numbers) and your password is your PIN. You can change your password (PIN) at any time or ask us to change it.
Live Homework Help Draws to A Close
Since 2008, the Black Earth Public Library and the Mazomanie Free Library have offered Live Homework Help to all Wisconsin Heights students via tutor.com. This service provides live tutors from 2pm - 11pm daily with everything from English composition to Calculus. The service has been funded primarily through the Madison Community Foundation, the Friends of the Black Earth Library, the Friends of the Mazomanie Library, the Jim Erickson Foundation, and the Wisconsin Heights Education Foundation. Unfortunately, our funding sources have dried up, and the service will no longer be available as of June 2018. Please continue to use this service by logging in with your library card at our link through the end of this school year.
We have WiFi
Just select the "Library-Wireless" signal, connect and go! No more logging in with accounts and agreeing to terms of service first. Our WiFi signal is accessible 24 hours/seven days/week.
Beyond the Page Campaign
The Beyond the Page campaign is a joint effort of Dane County public libraries and the Madison Community Foundation to create a permanent endowment that will support humanities programming in all 28 libraries - forever. Learn more.