A trifecta of an Open House – you are invited! Tuesday, July 5, 3 – 6 PM, at the Three Lakes Town Offices, the Historical Museum, and the Demmer Library. Come, eat a cookie, and ask questions about the proposed building projects. We recognize that many home owners and property tax payers in Three … Continue reading
Monday, July 4th 9:00 am – noon For more information about the Friends of the Demmer Library book sale please call the library at 715-546-3391.
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.
Click here to view the recipes that were submitted for the cooking contest on 12/10/15. For more information please call the library at 715-546-3391.
On Tuesday, October 20, 2015, architectural firm Becher-Hoppe presented 3-D renderings of the exterior of the proposed Town Complex, to include Three Lakes Town Offices and other functions, Police Department, Demmer Library, Three Lakes Historical Society. Renderings and floor plan are also available to view at the Town Office and … Continue reading
Check-out our new magazines at the Demmer. Our new subscriptions include: Wired Our Wisconsin Game Informer
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
Buy a book bag for $10. Book bags were designed by Three Lakes Elementary School Students. All proceeds are used towards the Demmer Library Building Campaign. For more information please visit the Demmer Library at 6961 W. School St. or call 715-546-3391.
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