Designed to engage all ages in exploring new ideas, books, and activities, we offer tailored challenges for adults, teens, and kids. Program begins in June and ends in August each year. Check out the Summer Reading Page for more info.
AARP volunteers typically offer free tax preparation services at the library every Tuesday starting in February until Tax Day. Appointments are required and can be made after January 2 for the current tax season.
Due to the COVID outbreak, volunteers will not be returning in 2021 for assistance, but The AARP Tax-Aide Foundation is offering free access to tax software on their website.
Between the Covers
Run by the Friends of the Muskego Library, this book club reads a variety of fiction and nonfiction titles. Between the Covers meets third Thursday of each month at 1:00 PM. Copies of this month's book are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
Page Turners Book Club
Run by the Friends of the Muskego Library, this book club read a variety of mystery novels. Page Turners Book Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 1:00 PM. Copies of this month's book are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
American Leaders Book Club
This book club focuses on nonfiction books written about historically influential people of the United States. The club meets the fourth Thursday of each month at 2:00 PM. Copies of this month's book are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk.
The Library offers Memory Care kits for circulation. The materials in these Kits have been specifically selected to spark memories, create conversation and provide positive and engaging interactions between people with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, or other forms of memory loss and their care partners. They are divided into High, Moderate, and Low Activity Levels with coordinating materials for early, middle, and late stage memory loss.
The Library Memory Project is a public libraries initiative with a mission to provide programs to those affected by memory loss, Alzheimer's disease, and other forms of dementia. A main component of the project are social gatherings for those with early stage dementia or mild cognitive impairment and a care partner called Memory Cafes. For more information or to attend a Memory Cafe contact the Library or visit: www.librarymemoryproject.org
Ask for assistance in finding career and general job search titles at the reference desk. Library patrons can use the library’s public computers and internet. Printing, copying, and fax service are available for a fee. You can also find helpful information and resources on our Jobseeker page.