Erich Mobley Concert

Erich Mobley Concert Coming June 17

Mark your calendars for Monday, June 17, at 6:30 pm when Erich Mobley will kick off our Concert on the Library Lawn, brought to you by the Friends of the Wonewoc Library! Erich is a repeat performer for us who brings lots of energy, so grab a lawn chair or blanket and get ready to rock out!🎼🎤🎸🎼

Summer Reading

Summer Reading is Here!

Stop in anytime to sign up. Kids, teens and adults all have the opportunity to read all summer and win prizes!

Closed for Memorial Day

The Wonewoc Public Library will be closed on Monday, May 27, to observe Memorial Day.

We wish everyone a wonderful holiday with family and friends!

Spiritualist Camp Talk

Darrel Hanold to Present: My Summer At the Spiritualist Camp


Join us on Monday, May 20, at 6 pm for a personal account from local historian Darrel Hanold about his time spent living at the Wonewoc Spiritualist Camp during the summer of 1979. The talk is free and open to the public, and will also be live-streamed via Facebook Live for those who aren’t able to attend in person. This is sure to be an interesting, informative and lively conversation you won’t want to miss!



Wags N Tales

Last Wags ‘N Tales of the School Year Monday,

April 15!

There’s still time to sign up to read to Murphy on Monday! This will be his last visit until fall so give us a call or stop in today!

William Kent Krueger

Juneau County Reads Author Event Rescheduled to April 11

You are invited to the culmination of our Juneau County Reads 2024 on Tuesday, April 11, at 6:30 pm at the historic Elroy Theatre! Join author William Kent Krueger as he talks about the writing process, his Cork O’Connor Mysteries and his latest novel, The River We Remember. Refreshments will be available. This event is sponsored by your Juneau County Libraries: Wonewoc, Mauston, Elroy, New Lisbon and Necedah.

                            See you there!

Travels to Uganda

Travels to Uganda

Join us on Monday, April 8 at 6:30 pm to hear about Dave Popp’s trip to Uganda. There, he immersed himself in Ugandan culture and helped teach local pastors and church leaders tips from the book “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.” Dave went at the invitation of AsOne Ministries, who journey to towns around Uganda to build clinics, hospitals and schools as well as start small businesses, all run and staffed by Ugandans. Please stop in for this inspiring presentation!

Closing Early on Good Friday

The Library will be closing at noon on Good Friday, March 29. We will be open normal hours on Monday, April 1.

Happy Easter Everyone!

Leah Rachuj Music Meditation

Leah Rachuj to Offer Music Meditation Session

Wonewoc-area musician Leah Rachuj will be offering a unique opportunity in the library community room on Monday, March 25 at 6 pm. The music meditation session will incorporate a variety of singing bowls (crystal, Tibetan), guitar and violin, as well as vocal tones to enhance meditation and sound healing. While there is a charge for the event ($35 per person), Leah is donating half of the proceeds back to the library. To sign up, visit Leah’s event site at

See you there!

Darrel Hanold

Wonewoc Historical Presentation Coming to the Library

Join us on Monday, February 12, at 6:30 pm for a peak into Wonewoc history! Join Wonewoc historian Darrel Hanold as he shares the recollections of local residents of German descent about their ancestors’ journeys to America and their experiences settling in our area. This FREE in-person program will be followed by a brief question and answer session and will also be streamed on Facebook Live. See you there!