All Ages

CLOSED

The Beloit Public Library will be closed for Staff In-Service.

The outside bookdrop, located off of the frontage road on the south side of the building, is open 24 hours a day. To renew your library materials, call Telerenew at (608) 758-6614 or log into your RockCat Account.

The library will reopen at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday September 19th.

Hearing Loop Kick-Off Event

Hearing Loop Kick-Off Event

Wednesday July 15 @ 5:30 p.m.

Beloit Public Library Meeting Room

CLOSED-Saturday, July 4th for Independence Day

In observance of Independence Day, the Beloit Public Library will be closed. The library will reopen on July 6 at 9:30AM.

Growing Rock County Readers Workshop

Registration for this event is closed.

Help solve community problems by reading to babies - yes, we really mean it!

Rock County agencies and libraries invite you to hear an informative and inspirational presentation by pediatrician, brain development researchers and early childhood literacy proponent Dr. Dipesh Navsaria. Learn about early brain and childhood development, how toxic stress has long ranging effects on our communities and what we can do to address this crisis.

Summer Library Club Kick-Off Event

Kids - Sign up for the Summer Reading Program, check out fun activities, make superhero crafts and enjoy Culver's frozen custard!

Teens and Adults - Pick up a Summer Library Club events brochure, superpower word stickers and a free comic book!

A family event for all ages.

Family Fun Days

The Dancing Dogs - This interactive program includes dancing dog routines and tricks, learning how to be a dog's best friend, prizes and more. Funded by FABL.

A family event for all ages.

FABL Annual Meeting and Program

 

Sergeant Stubby
 

Join the Friends at Beloit Library as they welcome author Ann Bausum to the Annual FABL Meeting and Program. Bausum will feature her debut book for adults, Sergeant Stubby.

The public is welcome to attend, refreshments will be served and books will be available for purchase.

 

Reminisce Beloit: A Pictorial Journey Through Time

For Adults. Host Rod Gottfredsen will show and describe over 200 photographs of Beloit and the surrounding area from 1870s up to recent times.

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