Tomahawk Public Library

Tomahawk, Wisconsin


The Tomahawk Public Library is a member of the Wisconsin Valley Library Service.

The Tomahawk Public Library is located in Lincoln County on the shores of the scenic Lake Mohawksin of the Wisconsin River.

  The Tomahawk Public Library provides service to all individuals in the community, both children and adults.  The Library’s objectives include the provision of books and other materials selected to aid the individual in the pursuit of education, information, pleasure, research, and in the use of leisure time.

The Library provides service to all in the community, within the context of library objectives regardless or race, creed, color, sex, occupational, or financial position.

  The Tomahawk Public Library is a member of the Wisconsin Valley Library Service.

Best Sellers according  to Publishers Weekly August 14, 2017

FICTION ( An *indicates the item is owned by Tomahawk Public Library)

  1. The Late Show by Michael Connelly *
  2. Camino Island by John Grisham *
  3. The Lying Game by Ruth Ware *
  4. House of Spies by Daniel Silva *
  5. Paradise Valley by C.J. Box *
  6. Into the Water by Paula Hawkins *
  7. A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles *
  8. Murder Games by James Patterson *
  9. Crime Scene by Jonathan Kellerman *
  10. Mrs. Fletcher by Tom Perrotta *


  1. Ready or Not!:  150 Make-ahead, Make-over, and  Make-now Recipes by Nom Nom Paleo by Michelle Tam
  2. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck:  A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by  Mark Manson.
  3. Al Franken, giant of the Senate by Al Franken
  4. The Big Lie:  Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left by Dinesh D’Souza
  5. Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil Degrasse *
  6. Rediscovering Americanism:  And the Tyranny of Progressivism by Mark R. Levin *
  7. Conscience of a Conservative:  A Rejection of Destructive Politics and a Return to Principle by Jeff Flake
  8. Make Your Bed:  Little Things That Can Change Your Life…and Maybe the World by William H. McRaven
  9. Understanding  Trump by Newt Gingrich *The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck:  A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson
  10. Devil’s Bargain:  Steve Bannon, Donald Trump. and the Storming of the Presidency by Joshua Green


President – Rejeana Ebert
Vice President – Alan Hanson
Secretary – Pat Brimacombe

Judith Nelson
Kirby Crosby
Peg Billing
Nancy Herbison
Barb Zastrow

Board Meetings are usually held on the third Monday of each month at 4:45 p.m.. Meeting notifications are sent to the Tomahawk Leader and Radio Station WJJQ.

Updated July 31, 2017

Vcat Online Catalog.  Search and request items from our library; plus all other WVLS libraries.

   Search for items that are not available in our Vcat catalog that may possibly be obtained by other nearby library systems.

  Interim Director – Allison Puestow

  Children’s Librarian – Annette Miller

  Library Technologist – Kay Teal

  Wiscat/Courier Services – Roxanne Richson

  Outreach Services – Cindy Robinson
Phone: 715-453-2455

  Shelver – Peggy Pagenkopf

 Shelver – Mary Zelton



Click to see all Databases and Collections made available to you through the Wisconsin Valley Library Service.
Crafts, genealogy, small engine repair, and more!



The  Friends of the Library support one of Tomahawk’s most valuable resources by promoting Library programs.  To Join the Friends please print and return the following application and dues to the Library.  For more information, contact President Frank Hinterleitner at 715-453-1991.

Friends Membership Application


   Gifts of Remembrance.  A very unique tribute for library patrons to appreciate and remember someone special for years to come.  A bookplate will be place inside the front cover of an item that you have selected to honor a birth, death, anniversary, graduation, marriage, or other special occasion.

  The Evergreens Donor Tree is a wall sculpture of golden leaves recognizing those benefactors gifting over $500.

  The Giving Tree is a little artificial pine tree inside the library that is decorated with seasonal gift tags and designed to help add items to the various library collections.  Simply select a “gift tag” from the tree.  You may purchase the item yourself and then “gift” it to the library or provide a monetary donation to cover the cost of the gift.

 Focus on the Future Fund.  Help us maintain the legacy of our beautiful library.  You can now make a donation by enrolling in the library’s direct deposit savings account at Tomahawk Community Bank.  The funds from this savings account will be used for future building projects, technology, and program enhancements.  For more information, phone the library at:        715-453-2455 or the Tomahawk Community Bank at 715-453-2144



Library cards will be issued to anyone residing in the WVLS area presenting adequate identification, including current address or verification of land ownership.  A parent or guardian with a valid V-cat borrower card must sign library card for all minors.    Other Wisconsin residents must present adequate address identification in addition to their “Home” library card per Wisconsin State Statute 43.30.  Upon verification, the Tomahawk V-Cat borrower card will be issued within 2 business days.

  Lost cards and change of address should be reported as soon as possible.  Lost cards will be replaced for a $2.00 fee.

  Minors must be at least 12 years of age with a parents permission on file to use Internet stations.

  Loan Periods.  Most book loans are 4 weeks.  New books and other books considered high demand have a loan period of 2 weeks.  Music Cds and Audiobooks may be checked out for 2 weeks.  The loan period for DVDs is one week with a limit of 6 DVDs per family (residing in the same household).  Only one renewal per item, and only if item is not on reserve for another borrower.  Phone on or before the material’s due date or renew in the V-cat Online Catalog.  Renewals cannot be made by email or voice mail.

  Fines range from 10 cents per day on printed material to 50 cents per day for each audio/visual material.  Hotspot fines are $1 per day.

  Lost or damaged materials are the responsibility of the cardholder.  Persons charged with lost materials, damaged items, or fines over $5.00 will lose all library privileges until charges are paid.

  Materials may be returned during regular business hours in the return slot, located at the front desk; or at anytime in the outside book return located next to the front doors.  Please secure Audio/visual materials with a rubber band or in an enclosed bag.



ADULT SUMMER READING PROGRAM May 30th – Sept. 2nd.  Read or listen to 5 books and enter to win prizes!

   AUGUST – Children’s AND Teen Summer BINGO Programs

   Every Wednesday in AUGUST at 10:30 a.m. “STORIES BY THE RIVER” for children of all ages and their caregivers.  In the case of extreme heat or rain, stories will be held inside.

Wisconsin Woodchucks Summer Reading Program.  School-age kids read 5 books to receive one free ticket to the game August 12th @ 6:35p.m.

    August 17th – 6:00p.m.  Genealogy Webinar presented by the North Pines Genealogy Group:  “Misbegotten Children – Tracing Family Lines of the Illegitimate”



Children, Adult, and Teen Books, Audio Books, music CDs, DVDs, and Kits.
Current Newspapers and magazines.
Fax Service. Sending: $3 first page/$1 each additional page. Receiving: $2 first page/25 cents each additional page.
6 Public Internet/Microsoft office Stations.
Laser Printer:  Black ink only/15 cents per page.
Photocopier:  Black Ink only/15 cents per page.
Microfilm/Microfiche Viewer.
Tomahawk Leader Newspaper on Microlfilm. 1895 – 2015.
Tomahawk Leader Obituary Index.
2 SPRINT Hot spots available for 1 week checkout.
2 Children’s NOOKs with educational games for inhouse use.
Community Meeting Room: $20 rental fee. Free to non-profit organizations.
Interlibrary loan services.
Outreach Services for the elderly with-in the city limits.
Access to Wisconsin Digital Library.
Access to subscription databases.







Tomahawk Public Library
300 W Lincoln Ave.
Tomahawk, WI 54487

Ph:  715 – 453-2455

Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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