We’re excited to begin  Phase I  of a multi-phased approach to the return of services. It’s a small step that   brings us closer to an eventual return to full in-library services.  

Beginning Mon., Aug. 3 you can reserve a one-hour appointment (per person/per day) for in-library computer use. Free in-library printing, faxing, photocopying, notary service and device charging will also be available   by appointment. A  library card  is  not  required. 

  • Phone 920-236-5205 or 920-236-5203  
  • Email  [email protected]  
  • Text 920-315-8838  
  • Chat Contact us using the chat box in the lower right-hand corner of our website.  

Library materials are only available for pickup via curbside service. Visit our  website for details.

Patrons with laptop computers and mobile devices can access a public WiFi signal in the parking lot. No login or library card required.  

Register for the  Summer Reading Challenge  at  oshkoshpubliclibrary.beanstack.org  or download the Beanstack Tracker app to your mobile device. You still have time to earn prizes by reading and doing fun activities.  

We look forward to the awesome day we can welcome you back without restrictions. Thank you for your patience and kindness as we slowly expand services within the building. We’re deep into Phase 2 planning and will share that information when it’s finalized and approved by the library’s  Board of Trustees .
That’s right! On Thurs., July 30, the Oshkosh Public Library  Board of Trustees  voted to approve a measure that will eliminate most overdue fines. The board’s action removes a barrier to library use and supports  the most vulnerable  in our community. 
What will you read, watch or do this month?
This month’s books tell stories about farm life. From the fantastical (dragons on a farm?) to the more traditional takes on country living, you’re sure to find your next read straight ahead.
While we can’t meet in person, we’ve moved some of our programs online. To serve you better, we’d like to know what types of programs you want to see offered in the future. Email your ideas to  [email protected]


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Are you prepared to vote in the next election? Visit the  City of Oshkosh’s Elections page  to find out how to make your voice heard.
Relax for a moment with the two minute animation  Spreading Love  by children’s book illustrator Ellie Arscott.