700 First Street
Hudson, WI 54016
TecHelp! for the Holidays
The Hudson Area Library presents TecHelp! for the Holidays; Wednesdays in December from 12:00-2:00 pm. Considering a holiday gift-purchase or "think" Santa might be leaving you an electronic tablet to figure out? Visit the Library's Tech Toolbar where devices will be on display and receive FREE TecHelp! assistance on how to use the following devices: iPads, Kindles and Nooks (most Tablets and Phones with WiFi). Borrow a Free Kindle, available for checkout with your library card. TecHelp! and technology reference services are available to patrons (18+). Please call 715-386-3101 ext. 108 for more information.
Santa Claus Visit
Santa Claus is coming to Story Time!
Come for stories, music, activities, finger plays, and puppets. Free and open to the public! Cameras are welcome! (Story Time Santa is a gentle, grandfatherly sort who is great for first time Santa visitors.)
Tuesday, December 17: 11:15 am and 7:00 pm
Wednesday, December 18: 10:15 am (special for babies) and 11:15 am
Thursday, December 19: 10:15 am and 1:00 pm
Affordable Care Act
Information needed to enroll will include Social Security number, birth date, pay stub or W-2, and policy number for any current health plan and/or information on your insurance eligibility through an employer. This information will be needed for all household members which you are registering. More information . . .
Book and DVD Rentals
Renting a book or dvd offers a faster way for users to checkout the latest DVDs and popular fiction titles and avoid waiting for reserved items. Browse the rental collection shelf on the main floor. More information. . .
Bridge the Gap
In order to ensure that the Library continues to be a vital community resource, we welcome partnerships within the community and encourage your financial support in meeting the current gap in operational funding that will - Bridge the Gap!
Hudson Library Digital Archive
In November 2012, the Library held a Scan Day. Open the Digital Archive page to view the some of the materials that were scanned that day...