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Ontario Public Library

Library Hours:

Monday: 10-5 pm

Tuesday: 12-6 pm

Wednesday: 10-6 pm

Thursday: CLOSED

Friday: 10-5 pm

Saturday: 9-12 pm

Due to COVID-19, masks are required to enter the library. Patrons are allowed to browse for 15 minutes and use the computers for 1 hour (essential work only). The outside book return is open 24/7. Thank you for your kindness and cooperation during this time.

Library Staff:                                                                                                                                              April Arndt, Director (ontlibr@wrlsweb.org)                                                                                            Nikki Brueggeman, Library Assistant (ontario.circ@wrlsweb.org)

How can we help you?

Order/Renew Items

Search the WRLSWEB catalog and have books delivered to your local library. Renew items and pay fines online.

Expand Search

Not finding what you want? Expand your search to include all of Wisconsin with WISCAT.

Access eBooks and AudioBooks

eBooks and AudioBooks are available through Wisconsin's Digital Library. To access, first download the Libby App.

Art and Craft Courses

Enjoy unlimited access to over 1,000 online art and craft classes, plus patterns, templates, and recipes.

Online Courses

Free online, instructor led courses. New sessions every month!

Online Language Classes

Free access to over 70 world language courses with Mango Languages.
*ATTENTION! We will be dropping Mango Languages on January 1, 2021.

                                                                 For free and/or low-cost alternatives to Mango Languages, please click here.

Library News

Monica and Mark Jagel brought our exterior library sign back to life. Mark fixed the sign and Monica used her painting skills to give it a fresh coat of paint. Thank you for sharing your talents with the library! 

The Ontario Book Group will meet in person on Wednesday, December 9 at 2 am in the library basement. We’ll be discussing Hideensee: A Tale of the Once and Future Nutcracker by Gregory Maguire. This inventive novel is inspired by a timeless holiday legend, intertwining the story of the famous Nutcracker with the life of the mysterious toy maker named Drosselmeier who carves him. Copies can be picked up at the circ desk. New members are always welcome!

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