• NEW! New York Times Online

    We are excited to announce you can now access full content to the New York Times remotely with your library card. See the directions below to start reading articles today.

    How to access NY Times Remotely

    1. Click here to link to the remote authentication page. (This link will be listed permanently on our eLibrary page.)
    2. Enter your Library Card Number and PIN.
    3. Create an account if you have not already done so.
    4. Login.

    Access inside the Library is also available. Please contact us with questions about the service.

  • 2015 Public Survey

    We are seeking your valued feedback on how you use the library and our services and programs. The survey will take an average of 10 minutes to complete. Thank you in advance for your time and feedback.

  • Don't toss 'em, clip 'em!

    We are collecting box tops from the Box Tops for Education program, labels from the Labels for Education program and soda bottle caps and packaging for Coke products from the My Coke Rewards program.

    Anyone is welcome to donate eligible items, which will be used for our summer reading program; whereby students who read during the summer will receive entries to win all of the box tops, labels or Coke packaging for their school.

    To donate, simply bring your box tops, labels or Coke packaging to the library. There is a fish tank located near the entrance to Children's Services where you can drop off your donations. If you have questions about the program, please see a staff member at any of our service desks. Thank you for donating and helping our local schools!

  • Searching for your Dutch and German Ancestors

    Learning about our immigrant ancestors is both exciting and complicated.  We have two local experts who will speak at our March 14 Find Your Ancestors program.  Paul West, an officer of the Little Chute Historical Society, will describe his methods in researching his Dutch ancestors and suggest ways you can find yours. 

  • Register for the Iditaread

    It's time to register for our March reading program the Iditaread - based on the annual Alaskan Race, the Iditarod. Children ages 3 through 6th grade are welcome to participate in challenges between March 1 – 31 for an entry in a drawing for a stuffed husky!  The first 100 children to reach the halfway point and visit the library to tell the librarian about their favorite book will receive a small bag of golden incentive prizes. Our Iditaread Registration Page will get you signed up and allow you to print a reading log. You must be registered in order to collect any incentive prizes. Contact Ellen at ejepson@apl.org or 920-832-6020 with any questions.

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