The Sauk City Library is moving things around to make more space for children and to bring in some new furniture!
The library will be open for limited hours and partial services:
Monday-Thursday: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Friday: 9:00am to 5:30pm
The side entrance will be open for patrons to pick up holds and return items.
If you can’t come during those hours and need to send your holds to another library, call or talk to a librarian at the desk. Our computers, printer, and copier will be unavailable and patrons will not be able to browse the shelves.
Thank you for your understand and we look forward to serving your at our normal hours the following week.
Employment Opportunity: Library Assistant-Evenings and Saturdays
Immediate opening at the Sauk City Library for a Library Assistant who loves working with the public. We are a forward-thinking library with an increasing focus on technology, but still looking to provide top-notch traditional library service. If you are detail-oriented and enjoy helping people, this is the job for you!
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Checking materials in and out, processing materials, and shelving library materials, assisting library patrons on the computer and other duties as assigned.
Minimum qualifications: Successful candidates will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, a love of reading, knowledge of computers and the internet, and the ability to lift and push up to 50 lbs. Completion of High School or GED required. Previous library or customer service experience preferred.
Salary and benefits: This is a part-time (approximately 12 hours per week) position. Starting salary is $10/hour. This position does not qualify for benefits.
Please email a cover letter, resume, and Village of Sauk City Application by September 22nd to:
The Village of Sauk City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We would like to thank each of our generous sponsors for their support during this year’s Summer Library Program. We were able to go beyond our goals and help build a better world through their donations.
TO A LIBRARY NEAR YOU!
PLACE YOUR HOLDS ON THESE NEW BOOKS
OR SOON TO BE AVAILABLE BOOKS
Allende, Isabel – In the Midst of Winter
Andrews, Donna – How the Finch Stole Christmas: Meg Langslow
Andrews, V.C. – Shattered Memories: Mirror Sisters
Baldacci, David – End Game: Will Robie
Beaton, M.C. – The Witches’ Tree: Agatha Raisin
Bowen, Rhys – The Ghost of Christmas Past: Molly Murphy
Bradford, Barabara – Secrets of Cavendon: Cavendon Hall
Brown, Dan – Origin: Robert Langdon
Brown, Rita Mae – Crazy like a Fox: Jane Arnold
Carr, Robyn – The Summer that Made Us
Chamberlain, Diane – The Stolen Marriage
Child, Lee – The Midnight Line: Jack Reacher
Clark, Mary Higgins – Every Breath You Take: Under Suspicion
Coben, Harlan – Don’t Let Go
Coleman, Reed – Robert B. Parker’s The Hangman’s Sonnet: Jessie Stone
Connelly, Michael – Two Kinds of Truth: Harry Bosch
Coonts, Stephen – The Armageddon Files: Tommy Carmellini
Coulter, Catherine – Enigma: an FBI Thriller
Cussler, Clive – The Romanov Ransom: Sam and Remi Fargo
–Typhoon Fury: Oregon Files
Evanovich, Janet – Hardcore Twenty-Four: Stephanie Plum
Evans, Richard Paul – The Noel Diary
Flynn, Vince – Enemy of the State: Mitch Rapp
Follett, Ken – A Column of Fire: Kingsbridge
Francis, Felix – Pulse
Grisham, John – The Rooster Bar
Harris, Charlaine – Sleep Like a Baby: Aurora Teagarden
Hart, Carolyn – Ghost on the Case: Bailey Ruth
Hilderbrand, Elin – Winter Solstice: Winter
Hoover, Colleen – Without Merit
Howard, Linda – The Woman Left Behind
Jance, J.A. – Proof of Life: J.P. Beaumont
Johansen, Iris – Mind Game: Eve Duncan
Johnson, Craig – The Western Star: Longmire
Jones, Darynda – The Trouble with Twelfth Grave: Charley Davidson
Karon, Jan – To Be Where You Are: Mitford
Kellerman, Faye – Killing Season
King, Stephen – Sleeping Beauties
Koontz, Dean – The Whispering Room: Jane Hawk
Lagercrantz, David – The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye: Millennium
Lewis, Beverly – The Proving
Macomber, Debbie – Merry and Bright
Mallery, Susan – Second Chance Girl: Happily Inc.
Mayor, Archer – Trace: Joe Gunther
McCall Smith, Alexander – The House of Unexpected Sisters: No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency
McCrumb, Sharyn – The Unquiet Grave
Meier, Leslie – Turkey Trot Murder: Lucy Stone
Michaels, Fern – Holly and Ivy
Miller, Linda Lael – A Snow Country Christmas: Mustang Creek
Miller, Sarah – Caroline: Little House Revisited
Palmer, Diana – Wyoming Winter: Wyoming Men
Patterson, James – Count to Ten: Private
— Haunted: Michael Bennet
— The People vs. Alex Cross: Alex Cross
Perry, Anne – An Echo of Murder: William Monk
— A Christmas Return
Robb, J. D. – Secrets in Death: Eve Dallas
Sandford, John – Deep Freeze: Virgil Flowers
Rushdie, Salman – The Golden House
Steel, Danielle – Fairytale
— Past Perfect
White. Kate – Even if it Kills Her: Bailey Weggins
Weir, Andy – Artemis
Woods, Stuart – Quick and Dirty: Stone Barrington
The library will be closed Labor Day weekend from Saturday, September 2nd through Monday, September 4th.
Be sure to look for our float in the Cow Chip Parade and have a wonderful holiday weekend!
On Monday, August 14, the Sauk City Public Library and the Ruth Culver Community Library will host the “We CAN Festival” from 6:00 to 7:00PM at the Sauk Prairie Community Center, 730 Monroe St., Sauk City. Families are invited for games, crafts, snacks, building, and cooking demonstrations! Donations of canned food is appreciated.
All summer long both libraries have been collecting canned food donations for the Sauk Prairie Food Pantry. This effort was inspired by the summer’s reading theme, “Build a Better World.” Piggly Wiggly of Sauk City matched the donations made at the Sauk City Library. Thank you to all who made donations! Now let’s celebrate!
The library will be hosting a public open house to honor our long-serving trustees of the Sauk City Public Library.
This reception is to celebrate 106 combined years of commitment! Refreshments will be served.
Guests of honor include:
– Phyllis Kirchstein
– Bonnie McGuine
– Lois Pieper
– Julie Rogers
– James Staff
– Arlene Wipperfurth
The library will be closed Tuesday, July 4th to honor the founding of our country. We rill return with our regular hours the following day. Thank you for your understanding.
TO A LIBRARY NEAR YOU!
PLACE YOUR HOLDS ON THESE NEW
BOOKS OR SOON TO BE AVAILABLE BOOKS
Andrews, Donna – Gone Gull: Meg Langslow
Atkins, Ace – The Fallen: Quinn Carlson
Barton, Fiona – The Child
Berg, Elizabeth – The Story of Arthur Truluv
Bowen, Rhys – On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service: Her Royal Spyness
Box, C.J. – Paradise Valley: Cassie Dewell
Brennan, Allison – Shattered: Max Revere
Brooks, Terry – The Black Elfstone: Fall of Shannara
Brown, Sandra – Seeing Red
Castillo, Linda – Down a Dark Road: Kate Burkholder
Connelly, John – The Late Show: Renee Ballard
Connolly, John – A Game of Ghosts: Charlie Parker
Cook, Robin – Charlatas
Dailey, Janet – Texas Fierce: Tylers of Texas
Evanovich, Janet – Dangerous Minds: Knight and Moon
Fairstein, Linda – Deadfall: Alexandra Cooper
Finder, Joseph – The Switch
Gabaldon, Diana – Seven Stones to Stand or Fall: Outlander
Gardiner, Meg – Unsub
Garlock, Dorothy – The Nearness of You
Garwood, Julie – Wired: Buchanan/ FBI
Gregory, Philippa – The Last Tudor: Plantagenet & Tudor
Gerritsen, Tess – I Know a Secret: Rizzoli & Isles
Glass, Julia – A House among the Trees
Godwin, Gail – Grief Cottage
Grafton, Sue – Y is for Yesterday: Kinsey Millhone
Graham. Heather – Dark Rites: Krewe of Hunters
Green, Jane – The Sunshine Sisters
Grisham, John – Camino Island
Gross, Andrew – The Saboteur
Hilderbrand, Elin – The Identicals
Hilton, L.S. – Domina: Maestra
Horowits, Anthony – Magpie Murders
Jackson, Joshilyn – The Almost Sisters
Johansen, Iris & Roy – Look Behind You: Kendra Michaels
Kellerman, Jonathan – Crimes Scene: Clay Edison
Kennedy, Deborah – Tornado Weather
King, Laurie – Lockdown
King, Stephan – Gwendy’s Button Box
Koontz, Dean – The Silent Corner
Krueger, William – Sulfur Springs: Cork O’Connor
Kubica, Mary – Every Last Lie
Lepena, Shari – A Stranger in the House
Lindsey, Johanna – Beautiful Tempest: Malory-Anderson Family
Lustbader, Eric – Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Initiative: Jason Bourne
Macomber, Debbie – Any Dream Will Do
Mallery, Susan – You Say it First: Happily Inc.
McCall Smith, Alexander – A Distant View of Everything: Isabel Dalhousie
Michaels, Fern – Need to Know: Sisterhood
Monroe, Mary Alice – Beach House for Rent: Beach House
Palmer, Diana – Undaunted
Paris, B. A. – The Breakdown
Parker, T. Jefferson – The Room of White Fire
Patterson, James – Murder Games
– The Store
Penny, Louise – Glass Houses: Chief Inspector Gamache
Peters, Elizabeth – The Painted Queen: Amelia Peabody
Quick, Matthew –The Reason You’re Alive
Quinn, Spencer – The Right Side
Reichs, Kathy – Two Nights
Robards, Karen – The Ultimatum
Robinson, Peter – Sleeping in the Ground: Inspector Banks
Rosenfelt, David – Collared: Andy Carpenter
Roberts, Nora – Come Sundown
Scottoline, Lisa – Exposed: Rosato & DiNunzio
Silva, Daniel – House of Spies: Gabriel Allon
Slaughter, Karin – The Good Daughter
Spindler, Erica – The Other Girl
Steel, Danielle – The Duchess
– The Right Time
Thor, Brad – Use of Force: Scot Harvath
Trigiani, Adriana – Kiss Carlo
Ward, J. R. – The Devil’s Cut: Bourbon Kings
Ware, Ruth – The Lying Game
Wiggs, Susan – Map of the Heart
Woods, Stuart – Barely Legal: Herbie Fisher
– Indecent Exposure: Stone Barrington
Are you ready to help us “Build a Better World” this summer?
Begin by signing up at the library or online. Then, pick up your BINGO card at the library. Complete reading and non-reading activities to earn bingos, and finally, bring cards back to the library to enter to win prizes.
*Please note this is the same program being conducted at the Ruth Culver Community Library, so participants may sign up and turn in BINGO cards at either library and may go back and forth for prizes!*
All patrons have an opportunity to “Build a Better World” by donating canned food for the Sauk Prairie Area Food Pantry. The library will be collecting unexpired cans all summer long and donating them at a celebration event, Monday, August 14. The “We CAN Festival” will take place at the new food pantry building 821 Industry Rd. at 6:00PM so save the date!
Thank you to Piggly Wiggly of Sauk City for generously agreeing to match the canned donations!