The Community Room is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check back after the new year for updates.
The Library’s Community Room is used primarily for library programs, activities, and functions.
It may be reserved or rented by individuals or organizations, per the approval of the policy and room reservation agreement requirements. The Community Room is available only during regular public service hours and must be vacated 15 minutes prior to closing time.
Study rooms are currently open to reserve but are restricted to 2 hours of use per person per day. Additional limitations include: 2 people per room, doors must remain open and masks must be worn at all times.
- 4 study rooms are located on the 2nd floor: The Media Room (with HDMI monitor), and Study Rooms A, B, and C.
- 20 reservations are allowed per month, 2 hour limit per day.
- Study rooms are available only during regular public service hours and must be vacated 5 minutes prior to closing time.
Transfer, copy, or duplicate your old format content to a new digital version. Transfer slides, negatives, print photos, documents, 8mm and Super 8 film, VHS, VHS-C, DVDs, and audiocassettes.
The Digital Lab is open during regular public service hours. Some projects, like transferring VHS to DVD, will take as long as the original content to finish.
Book up to 2 hours each day and as many days as you please. Check the schedule from home to make sure time is available when you want to come in.
Want to transfer from the comfort of your own home?
- Check out the Kodak Scanza slide and negative scanner for 2 weeks. Check Availability
- Check out the Wolverine Moviemaker Pro 8mm and Super 8 film transfer machine for 2 weeks. Check Availability
Explore STEAM concepts with activities in our Tinker Lab located across from the children’s reference desk. Anything is possible in the Tinker Lab!
The lab provides a space where children and teens can engage in various projects, kits, art, literature, or simply learn a new skill.
Visit the library event calendar to see our current offerings for both children and teens. Use of the lab is through planned registration.
In addition to STEAM activities, it is a ‘hub’ for seasonal events happening in the children’s department, including Grab ‘n Go kits, interactive displays, LEGO challenges, and more.
While the library access and use restrictions are in place, the Maker Lab is not open for STEAM projects. The space is open for regular library use for up to 2 hours a day. See Creality CR-6 SE 3D Printer (below) to schedule use.
Explore STEAM concepts in our Maker Lab. From crafts and robots to coding and design, our Maker Lab makes available projects and tasks to encourage lifelong learning and exploration.
New projects launch each month, and access to old projects will be upon request/reservation.
The space is also available as a collaborative workspace with a variety of tables and large white boards ready for use.
Creality CR-6 SE (3D Printer)
Our new CR-6 SE 3D Printer is now available for use. Schedule a time for use that will cover the length of time for the print to complete. Times can run after closing/overnight, but must start while the library is open.
Want to give it a try, but don’t know how to proceed? Call (262) 375-7640 x201 or email David Nimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Fun Project of the Month: Want to print a Spaceman from Among Us, use the reservation link below to set up a time to print. Remember to select a color (color list link below). During your print time, the head and legs will print. Don’t forget to select a preprinted Bone, Guts and Visor to complete the project.
Other Library Spaces
- CPL Radio
- Fireplace Lounge (Maximum 4 people)
- Study Tables/Areas
- Kids’ Enrichment/Activity Area
- Magazine/Newspaper Reading lounge
- Computer Lab
- YA Lounge (Maximum 4 people)
- AWE Computer Areas
- Art Exhibit Wall