Spring means Class Visits!

During the month of May, classes will be visiting to hear a story, a book talk, and the Summer Program. The Grand Prizes are on display. ALL Greenwood Patrons enrolled in a Preschool – Grade 12 are invited to participate. School affiliation is not a concern- we welcome ALL Greenwood youth!
The Summer Program will be offered in June and July.


The discussion starts at 6:30pm, and the book is Fourth of July Creek, by Henderson. The setting is rural Montana, and Pete, a social worker, deals with two cases plus a family situation. This book will make you appreciate and realize a need for social work.

National Library Week April 9-15

Libraries Transform!–Computer use and wi-fi–Tax forms free-copier/fax– DVDs, Audiobooks, Early Childhood Kits, Wisconsin Authors, Magazines, and Books– CVTC adult education– Story Time Saturday–Read to 7Cs Daycare, Kindergarten, and Head Start–Deliver totes of books to 6 area Daycare Facilities–Host movies for group homes and retirement facilities–Game Time After School for most grade levels–Summer Reading Program kick-off performance at the elementary school–Check out our Facebook page:Greenwood Pub Lib!

Coffee Talk ~ Friday, April 21

The group meets at 10:30 am and will be discussing, Evidence of Things Unseen (Wiggins).
Books are chosen by the group and include both fiction and nonfiction. Each person is given a book in the format they prefer (Large Print, Regular Print, Paperback, Audio) through inter-library loan. Stop in and sit in on a session-you won’t be disappointed.