Like to play with yarn? Sometimes find yourself hopelessly tangled? Dropping stitches? Knitting when you should be purling? Always wanted to knit or crochet and don’t know how – or just want to show off your latest project? Join us Monday evenings upstairs in the library. Denise is available to … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who participated in our cooking contest. Here are the Recipes from 041217 Recipes from 120516 Recipes 121015 Recipes from 092414 Soup recipes 092513 recipes from 091912
Click here to view the: The Demmer Library 2015 Annual Report Summary As presented to the Three Lakes Town Board of Supervisors July 19, 2016 The full Wisconsin Valley Library Service statistics packet for all system libraries can be viewed here: http://www.wvls.org/reports/2015-statistics-packet
V-cat catalog will accept online credit and debit card payments ($3 minimum) using Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Log in to your library account to make payments secured by Paypal, which will be immediately credited to your library account. For more information please call the Demmer Library at 715-546-3391.
The 21st century has opened a new chapter in the Demmer’s history. In order to accommodate new technology while maintaining traditional collections, the Demmer needs to grow. Join us on the journey to grow our library! Click the links below to learn more… The Demmer Vision Financial Goals Yes, I Want to … Continue reading
The Demmer Library is now equipped with a hearing loop to enhance hearing aid devices used by patrons. A hearing loop provides a magnetic wireless signal that is picked up by hearing aids equipped with a telecoil setting that serves as a customized wireless loudspeaker for the wearer. Telecoil technology … Continue reading
Do you have difficulty reading the fine print on your utility bills, contracts, newspapers or other documents? Don’t forget to use the “Video Eye” in the Northwoods Reading room. This magnification device was generously donated by the Three Lakes Lions Club several years ago. It is easy to use, just … Continue reading