715-223-3920 | Mon - Thur 9-7pm, Fri 9-5pm. Curbside Available On Request.

Story Time

Story Time Is Back! Bring your littles in for stories, activities, and crafts. No registration required. Story times are held on the first and third Fridays of the month during the school year.    

Reading Bingo

2024 READING BINGO: Jan. 2nd through March 31st. Start off the new year with some new reads. Play Reading Bingo for a chance to win a gift card. All Ages                  


March 1st through the 16th. Find all seven leprechauns hiding in the library and get a small treat!  WALK-IN EVENT FOR ALL AGES.           

Adult Craft Night

Third Thursday of the Month at 6:30pm -- March 21st. March's craft will be a Carrot Door Wreath. No cost, goodwill donation appreciated. Registration Required. 16 or older, 12 and older if with an Adult. Class size is limited to 20. Look at "Events" under the...

Bunny Market

BUNNY MARKET!: Monday, March 18th– Saturday, March 30th. Find 10 eggs in the library and bring them to the desk. The eggs will be filled with Funny Bunny Money that can be used to shop at the library’s BunnyMart. The Market will have candy and small toys for the...

Leap Year Party

Stop in for frog themed games, crafts, and a goodie bag for those under 12. Thursday, Feb. 29th. 6:00pm-7:00pm.  

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Abbotsford Public Library
P.O. Box 506
203 North First Street
Abbotsford, WI