Library CLOSED until 2:00 p.m. on Wed., Nov. 13 for staff in-service training.
Inclement Weather Policy -
For the safety of both 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 be open for limited hours even when the schools are closed. Call the library at 608-795-2104 before venturing out.
Joy Ribar - author talk and book signing - Sunday, November 17; 2:00 p.m. at Base Camp Cafe, 18 Brodhead St., Mazomanie
Deep, Dark Secrets - You're invited to Deep Lakes, Wisconsin to meet a new friend, Francine "Frankie" Champagne. The 40-something owner of Bubble and Bake - bakery by day, wine lounge by night - Frankie is a spitfire pastry maker, vintner, and budding journalist. Frankies finds herself on the perimeter of a suspicious death that upends the peaceful winter slumber of Deep Lakes. Follow Frannkie as she stumbles upon one discovery after another, trails potential suspects and solves the case!
Copies of Deep, Dark Secrets will be available for purchase. Call the library at 608-795-2104 for more information.
No More Overdue Fines -
As of June 1, 2019, the Mazomanie Free Library no longer charges overdue fines on items checked out at this library. All past overdue fines on items checked out at this library are also being waived. Please bear in mind that you may still incur overdue fines from other libraries. Charges for lost or damaged items still apply.
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.
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.