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Archive for October, 2013

Food For Fines

Food for FinesDon’t be scared of your library fines! Bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Sauk Prairie Area Food Pantry between October 28th and November 2nd and watch your overdue fines melt away faster than a vampire in the sunlight.

Fine forgiveness does not apply to lost book fees or damaged item charges.

Rummage Sale Donations Sought

The Friends of the Sauk City Library are hosting their annual rummage sale December 6, 7, and 9 during normal library hours. Beginning November 11, they will be accepting donations of gently-used household items and clothing. (No electronics, please.) Donations may be brought to the library’s lower level. Please call ahead if you’d like to access the basement via the ramp in the back parking lot.


Culver’s Reading Program

Culvers-logo-descriptionCulver’s of Sauk City is once again sponsoring a reading program now through April 30. Children 5K and older and adults are invited to read 20 books and earn a free SnackPak! Stop by the library for more information and to pick up your bookmark.

2013 Nobel Prize in Literature – Alice Munro


This morning, the Nobel committee awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature to Alice Munro, the prolific master of the contemporary short story. Munro is a Canadian author whose stories examine relationships between men and women, small town life, and human behavior.

Place a hold on one of her books today!

Away From Her

Selected Stories

Open Secrets

The Love of a Good Woman

The Beggar Maid : Stories of Flo and Rose

Friend of my Youth

Too Much Happiness

The Moons of Jupiter

The View from Castle Rock

Carried Away

Dear Life

Something I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You

The Progress of Love


Dance of the Happy Shades and Other Stories

Lives of Girls and Women

Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage


Our new online home

Thanks for stopping by our new website!

We were lucky enough to have the incredibly talented Ann Foley do all the heavy lifting in getting everything put together and I couldn’t be happier with the result. Hopefully, this site will help you easily find the resources you need from the library, both online and off.

Please let us know what you think, I’d love to hear any suggestions or comments you have.


Ben Miller
Library Director