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Tax Forms

Tax Form

The IRS no longer supplies a full range of tax forms to libraries. Tax forms and booklets can be downloaded from the IRS website. Individuals may also request tax forms and booklets through the IRS website or by calling 1-800-829-3676.  You can also download Wisconsin forms and booklets on the Wisconsin Department of Revenue website.

The closest local IRS office is located at 1901B East Capitol Dr. Appleton, WI  54911. (920) 996-4860, Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm. (Closed from lunch 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm)

The State Tax Office is located at 265 W Northland Ave, Appleton, WI  54911-2016. Open 7:45-4:30, phone: (920)832-2727 or (920)832-2909.

Continuing Adult Programs for 2016

Puzzles

On the second Monday of each month join us for Puzzle Day at the Library.  Beginning at 10:00 am we will be putting together one of our many jigsaw puzzles.  Come join in the fun!

Sit-N-Stitch

The 4th Monday of the month at 10:00 am. Come to share ideas and skills while making new friends. Bring your own quilting, applique, knitting or crochet projects and supplies.

 

Book Club

The first book club will be held on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 10:00 am. Stop by the library and find a book you love or bring in your favorite book to share at the first meeting. Talk about your favorite book and together we will decide how often we want to get together and what our first selection will be.

Nook Magazines now available on OverDrive

 

Through a partnership with Barnes & Noble, magazines are now available in Wisconsin's Digital library. Users will need a free NOOK reading app or a NOOK table. View the following help documents and videos to learn more and to get started.

To view a list of all magazines, you can use the advanced search page at Wisconsin's Digital Library and under Formats select "NOOK Periodicals." You can view a list of the 87 magazine titles (pdf) added to start the collection. 

A note about the NOOK app. When downloading an OverDrive magazine, wait until the magazine is fully downloaded before trying to open the magazine. If you click on the cover before the download is complete, the app will ask you if you want to try the magazine for free and provide subscription details and costs. Once the download is complete, it will recognize the title as a library checkout and not ask you to "Try for Free" and not ask you to subscribe.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten

1000 Books Before Kindergarten is an easy, do it yourself program that is designed to get families reading to their children from infancy on. Read to your child every day and before you know it you will have read 1000 books – or more! 1 book per day for three years is 1,095 books! 2 books per day takes about 1.5 years!

How the program works:

This early literature program is open to children from birth to age 5. Children receive a simple reading log to track every 100 books along with a sticker page to track their own progress at home. Every time a child fills up a log of 100 books they receive a sticker for their at home progress page and receive pages for the next 100 books.


Parents can include books that their children hear in library story times, in preschool, from other family members, and elsewhere too. If a family has more than one child enrolled in the program and someone reads the same book to all of them, all get to count the book. You may also read the same book more than once and count it each time!

Register at the library anytime. You will receive a reading log for the first 100 books and a progress page.

The goal of this project is to help your child enter school ready to learn; to expose them to a wide variety of books and to promote use of the library and it’s collections - a treasure trove of free material available to all community members.

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Text Message Notifications

Want to keep up with your library account on your smartphone? Now you can! Sign up for the library’s  Shoutbomb text messaging service. Receive text notices about items available to pick up, items due soon, overdue items and fines. Send texts to request renewals and receive a text back with the result of your request.