Monday, May 2, 10:00am

Storytime for Infants up to 2 years.

Real to Reel film: On the Trail

Thursday, May 5, 6:30pm

Visit the best birding and wildlife watching places on the Great Wisconsin Birding and Nature Trail. Bob and Mary Vethe will discuss the Whooping Crane Reintroduction Project following the movie.


Monday, May 9, 10:00am

Storytime for Infants up to 2 years.

Friends of the Library Meeting

Tuesday, May 10, 6:00pm

Friends of the Library Spring Meeting

Friends Members Preview Night

Wednesday, May 11, 6:00pm

Friends of the Reedsburg Public Library Members Book Sale Preview Night. 

Friends of the Library Book Sale

Thursday, May 12 (All day)

Thursday, May 12 through Sunday, May 15 during regular Library hours.


Monday, May 16, 10:00am

Storytime for Infants up to 2 years.

Palm of the Hand Memoir Writing Group

Wednesday, May 18, 6:30pm

The Palm of the Hand Memoir Writing technique involves limiting one's writing to one memory and one page at a time.  Over time a significant number of memoirs can be accumulated to record your life story and to pass on to future generations.

The Reedsburg Public Library Palm of the Hand group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.  

Join us for one meeting or join us each month.  New members are welcomed.

For more information, contact Janet Gasser, Reference Services Librarian.

Historic Places of Sauk County

Thursday, May 19, 7:00pm

Sauk County Historical Society Director Paul Wolter will showcase some of the properties in Sauk County that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Monday, May 23, 10:00am

Storytime for Infants up to 2 years.

Titles & Tea Book Discussion

Tuesday, May 24, 10:00am

Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese follows the lives of twin brothers Marion and Shiva Stone from their birth in Addis Ababa to Marion’s eventual immigration to the United States.  The brothers are the product of a love affair between an Indian nun, and an English surgeon, Dr. Thomas Stone.  After Sister Mary dies in childbirth, and Stone abandons them, the children become wards of two Indian doctors living on the missionary hospital campus.  The boys grow up amidst the political turmoil of Ethiopia in the 1950’s, fall in love with the same girl, and ultimately become doctors.  In a rich literary tapestry, the author weaves together the love story of the parents, the contemporary story of the brothers, their life and career struggles, as well as the never ending quest to find their father.

New members are welcomed!  Join us for one title, or the whole series.

Watch for details about our Adult Summer Reading Program!



Staff inservice - library closes at 4pm

Wednesday, May 25, 4:00pm