Please call the library for more information at 715-623-3724.
Classroom and Library Visits
Class visits to the library are also offered library visits with our Youth Services Librarian
Please call 715-623-3724 and ask for Steph to set up either of these visit to the library
You do have to have a library card and you also cannot have a fine of $5.00 or higher
Library cards are issued free to all WI residents. No fee will be charged for changes of name, address, and phone numbers. To receive a card, an applicant must furnish one piece of identification with their current address. Acceptable identification includes a driver’s license, state ID, current military ID, or a passport. If the acceptable identification does not have a current address on it, a bill, paystub or rent certificate with the current address and a dated within the last month will be sufficient as proof of address, along with the ID. If a current address is unavailable there will be a circulation limit of 2 items at one time.
Minors, defined as 16 years or younger, must have their Library Card application signed by a parent or legal guardian. Minors who have a WI ID or driver’s license may get a card without parent or legal guardian signature. Upon parent/guardian request the library will disclose library records of their child’s use of library resources. This reflects library patron privacy as stated in WI statute 43.30.
Parents or legal guardians who wish to limit items that their minor children (under 18, as stated in WI state Statute 990.01(20)) check out need to speak to library staff to have appropriate message placed on that minor’s card. Library staff will do their best to honor the parent’s or legal guardian’s wishes as long as it does not cause undo hardship on library staff or degrade library service for other library patrons.
For more information on library cards you can download our circulation policy here
When sending in an obituary request please send as much information as possible such as death date, date or date range the obituary appeared in the paper if possible, full name and or nickname of person or persons obituary you are requesting.
Please send a self-addressed envelope to:
Antigo Public Library Attn: ILL Librarian
617 Clermont St.
Antigo, WI. 54409
A $5.00 donation is appreciated
You can also do this on your own using our microfilm machines and computers.
Printouts are $0.15 per page
Leland Fischer started the Antigo Genealogy Gopher Website
Antigo Genealogy Gopher Website
He has indexed 54,772 obituaries from all six of Langlade County’s newspapers from 1882 to 2017
The second Thursday of every month we visit the Pickerel 50+ meal site from 12 to 1
The third Wednesday of the month we visit the Elcho Nutrition Site from 11:30 to 12:30
Every Wednesday we visit The Bay at Eastview nursing home at 3:00
Every Thursday we visit Pine Meadow Apartments, Rosalia Gardens, and Rosalia Gardens Adult Day Care at 3:00
We also make in home visits when requested by our patrons
Please contact Elizabeth S. to sign up for this service
It cost $1.00 to print a page/side to print in color
Scanning to email costs $0.15 a page we will not scan a document to a third party
Laminating costs $2.00 a foot
We offer free access to computers and free WiFi
You do need a library card to access the public computers
Children 12 and under have access to filtered internet computers however, they do need parental consent to use them whether they are going to use the internet or not you can download theParental Consnternet form here
64 mbps down load speed and 57 mbps upload speed
For more information about computer access you can download our computer and internet use policy here
To have your exam proctored please contact Dominic, Maria, or Steph at 715-623-3724
Call 715-623-3724 to set up an appointment with Maria P. or Elizabeth S.