Your Safe at Home card

Don’t have internet at home? Here is a map of public Wi-Fi locations. Please stay in your vehicle if driving to these locations and maintain social distancing guidelines.

We encourage the use of digital library services, such as ebooks, e-audios, digital magazines, and online classes with your library card at no cost.

Don’t have a library card? Sign up for one online! Get access to all of the Library’s digital assets including ebooks, digital audiobooks, magazines, online learning!

Start here:

Online Library Quick Resources Guide

Hoopla Digital (new)

  • Digital movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics, and TV Shows
  • Access with a mobile phone, tablet, e-reader, or computer

Wisconsin’s Digital Library (Overdrive)

  • e-books and e-audiobooks
  • access with a mobile phone, tablet, e-reader, or computer

Libby app (Overdrive app)

  • e-books and e-audiobooks
  • access with a phone or tablet


  • digital magazines
  • access with a phone, tablet, or computer

Gale Courses

  • interactive online classes
  • access with a tablet or computer

Keep up with your daily newspapers: Learn how to access major U.S. daily newspapers through U.S. Newsstream, provided by BadgerLink.

Ancestry Library Edition: Ancestry Library Edition, which is normally only available inside the Library, is available outside the Library until May 31!

Online Virtual Activities for All Ages

Check the Library Calendar for dates and times of these programs.

  • Childrens’ Storytimes – Miss Amanda and Miss Lisbeth are doing virtual storytimes on Facebook
  • Teen Activities including Teen Discord
  • Adult Online Book Discussions are held on Mondays at 2:00 PM on Facebook
  • Genealogy Programs have been scheduled for the end of April.
Join Generations – Falls Genealogy Group on Facebook. Generations is a group for people interested in researching family and history in the Menomonee Falls Area.

Scavenger Hunts and Guessing Games

Follow the Library on Facebook and Instagram for even more fun activities for all ages.

Still need more to do? Check out these Safe at Home Resources from Bridges Library System. Find online storytimes, kids’ learning activities, digital reading materials, tours of cultural sites, and more.

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