Policies

For questions regarding the library’s policies, please call  262-375-5315.

Children in the Library

Children in the Library The U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library welcomes and encourages families and children to come to our library. We are committed to providing resources and programs that excite children about books, reading, and libraries and promote a learning environment. We encourage parents to be aware of their child’s reading activities and interests, …

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Fines

Items that are not returned after the due date are fined at these rates: Books and Audiobooks  – 10 cents/day Music CDs – 10 cents/day VHS Tapes and DVDs  – 25 cents/day Magazines – 10 cents/day New Adult Fiction Books – 10 cents/day Rental Books – 50 cents/day Click here to renew an item.  Items can be renewed one …

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Getting a card

  Anyone living in Ozaukee or Sheboygan County can get a library card. All you need to bring to the library is something containing your current address (Driver’s license, mail, checkbook, etc…) If you are under 18 years of age a parent/guardian will need to sign the registration form. Children 5 years old or older may get their own card. Click here for a …

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Loan Periods/Limits

Loan periods vary from library to library. The U.S.S. Liberty Memorial Public Library’s loan periods are as follows: Books and Audiobooks (There is a limit of 10 CD Books per card at one time)- 28 days Music CDs – 14 days VHS Tapes and DVDs (There is a limit of 10 DVDs per card) – …

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Meeting Room

The library has two meeting rooms available for public use.   Stop by the Adult Checkout Desk or call the library at 262-375-5315 to check for availability. Click here for the Meeting Room Policy .

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Public Computers

The library offers several computers that have the internet and MS Office on them.  We also have a wide selection of CD-ROMs that can be used on some of our computers.  No registration is required for these. A computer operated reservation system is used to sign into the computers in the Adult library.  In the Children’s …

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