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304 S. Fourth St., Stoughton, WI 53589

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Library Hours : Monday -Thursday 9 to 9 and Friday & Saturday 9 to 5




The Library's Mezzanine Room
reopens as a quiet reading and study area.

On January 27, 2007, the community was invited to celebrate
the rededication of the Mezzanine Room at the Stoughton Public Library.

During the short program, Library Board President, Nancy Keeney displays the plaque acknowledging the bequests of Marilyn T. Furseth and Charles O. Hippenmeyer.

The community gathers during the rededication to look over the newly refurbished Mezzanine.

Over the last several months, considerable work was done to the area which included rebuilding the windows, refinishing the wood shelves, new lighting along with carpet, paint and furnishings. Other features include wireless Internet access and study tables with built in electrical plugs for laptops and other devices. The newly remodeled room will serve as the library’s quiet reading area with the magazines and newspapers, local history collection and large print books.
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