Spooner Memorial Library 715.635.2792 | Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat 8am-4pm

Summer 2024 Newsletter

We have a summer packed with fun! Our newest newsletter, which includes a capital campaign update, can be viewed HERE.


The Library will be closed on July 4th for Independence Day and July 13th for the Rodeo Parade.

Board Member

We're in search of a new Board Member. They must live in the City of Spooner. A letter of interest can be emailed to Angie at director@spoonerlibrary.org.

2023 Annual Report Summary

Our final numbers are in for 2023 and things are looking up! Our 2023 Annual Report Summary can be viewed here: 2023 Annual Report Summary.

New Resources to Explore!

Get your free library card before you explore.



Thousands of art and craft video classes. Watch on your computer or download the free Creativebug app for your mobile device. 



Find movies, documentaries, foreign films, classic cinema, independent films and educational videos that inspire, enrich and entertain. Kanopy is an ad-free streaming experience that can be enjoyed on your TV, mobile phone, tablets and online.

The New York Times

New York Times

Access NYT from home for 24 hours with redemption code 1925422f0b8ad446. Copy code and click HERE. 

Access NYT while you are inside the library HERE.

The New York Times

New York Times Cooking

19,000+ recipes, training videos, techniques and tips!

Access NYT Cooking while you are inside the library HERE or with redemption code 8bb8cec938af19d2.  Copy code and click HERE.

Transparent Language Online

Transparent Language Online

100+ languages at your fingertips. ASL, Ojibwe, Spanish, ESL, and more. Create an account with your library card number!


Checkout BadgerLink

From personal interest to educational research, BadgerLink is Wisconsin’s Online Library, providing Wisconsin residents with licensed trustworthy resources available from Wisconsin’s Department of Instruction.

The resources are designed to provide a foundational collection serving all Wisconsin residents, augmenting those available through K-12 schools, public libraries, public and private universities and technical colleges, medical and health-care facilities and practitioners, and state agencies. Available with your library card!


Free Food Resources

Community is important to us, which is why we spend so much energy on providing resources and serving the community. We provide two resources to help combat food insecurity in our community:

  • Books & Bread is a free drive-up pop-up pantry.
  • Compassion Kitchen is a fresh food resource in our library lobby.
  • Community Gardens.


Book Clubs

We have a handful of book clubs for all ages. Savvy Seniors meets at the Senior Center once per month and is led by Katy. Those interested in staying for lunch, can contact the Senior Center ahead of time.

True Reads is a non-fiction book club that meets monthly. Adventure Awaits is a book club for kids. Coffee and Crime meets monthly at The Dock Coffee Shop. Details for all book clubs can be found at spoonerlibrary.org/events. Books, including audio and large print copies, are available at the library leading up to the discussions.

Programs & Events

Click or Call 715.635.2792 to register yourself or groups.

Gale Courses



Spooner Memorial Library is subscribed to a streaming service called Hoopla. Patrons with a Spooner Memorial Library card will be able to instantly borrow eBooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, music, and more, 24/7.  Spooner Library patrons will get 5 borrows per month.



Read ebooks and listen to audiobooks instantly on your phone or tablet using the Libby app. You can even send and read your borrowed ebooks to your Kindle ereader! It’s free and easy to get started for new users and a streamlined experience for current OverDrive app users. Learn more at overdrive.com/apps/libby/.



BadgerLink provides Wisconsin residents with licensed trustworthy content not available from free search engines. Whether you’re looking for newspapers, magazines, auto or medical resources, BadgerLink has something for everyone.

Begin your job search at your public library. Click to get started.

Job Search

Start your job search at the library. Books on resume writing, interviewing, career options. Click below for online resources for resume help and building career skills. Ask us for help!

Service Information

Monday – Friday: 8am – 7pm
Saturday : 8am – 4pm

Seating available: communal and spaced

Public Restrooms available

Book Nook & Study Room available

Outdoor, indoor, and hybrid programs

Curbside pickup available

Free Wi-Fi that extends to the curb

Printing available, free will donation


Browse new titles

Click to request…