About the Library
The Hortonville Public Library seeks to meet the informational, technological, social, and entertainment needs of the village of Hortonville and its surrounding communities. In our efforts to fulfill those needs, we maintain an ever growing and changing collection of books, movies, and audio materials; offer various programs catering to all ages and interests; provide four public use computers, a copier/fax machine, and free 24/7 WiFi; and maintain a beautiful new facility built in 2014.
The library strives to offer a comfortable, inviting space for patrons to enjoy. We have tables suitable for groups and individuals, game tables, cozy arm chairs, and bean bag chairs, as well as an exciting children's area and a tutoring room available for small group meetings. We also offer complimentary coffee and hot water for tea and hot chocolate. Our knowledgable and friendly staff are always available to assist patrons in finding materials, requesting items from our interlibrary loan system, and offering expertise with technology.
The library also places a high value on community outreach through programs like Food for Fines, which benefits the Dale Food Pantry, and through external programs like the Creative Writing Group and Book Club at Hortonville High School. We are also building our relationships with area non-profits and would like to extend an invitation to non-profit groups who would like to coordinate on additional programs. Above all, the Hortonville Public Library strives to foster a philosophy of service rooted in our relationship with the community and the resources we have to offer.