Since Sept. 3, 1900 , Oshkosh Public Library has been a safe harbor where every person has free and equal access to knowledge, resources and opportunities. Even at 118-years-young, the library remains a beautiful place to think, learn, read and discover. It’s at the heart of our thriving community. Thank you for welcoming the library into your life. There’s a lot to look forward to in 2019.
There’s a new spot in our neighborhood where a child's creativity can bloom, imagination thrives and learning through play is celebrated every day. Meet us under the tree. 
Do you sometimes wish there was a place where you could experiment with new technology, or get your hands on software that would take your project to the next level? Find out how you can connect with our Tech Lab to learn, explore and create.
Check out our winning cookbook suggestions to please a crowd of hungry fans.
Healthy eating. For most people, there’s room for improvement on the food front. Educating ourselves, knowing our options, and planning ahead all take effort and often don’t fit seamlessly into our busy lives.

Megan Bartelt, acupuncturist and owner of Carrot & Kale, a new organic juice bar and café in Downtown Oshkosh, talked recently about the benefits of simple, seasonal, whole foods and how anyone can eat well.
Volunteers Nathalie Moore and Al Lareau use their talents in different ways at the library, but they share one thing in common. 
Did you know you have instant access to the library’s ebooks, audiobooks and videos through Overdrive ? The Libby app makes cruising Overdrive’s virtual shelves both quick and easy. All you need is your library card. 
Tues., Jan. 22
4:30 p.m.
Grades 3 - 5
Fri., Jan. 18
4:30 p.m.
Grades 6 - 12
Wed., Jan. 23
1:30 p.m.
Holiday Music

Thanks to our community’s many talented musicians and choirs whose merry melodies made December a season to remember at the library.