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Check out National History Day projects from area middle-school students, on display at the La Crosse Public Library all month long. Display topics are based on this year's National History Day theme of "Taking a Stand in History."

Looking for your dad’s Army enlistment papers? A marriage record for your grandparents? Maybe the census list for your family in the 1930 census? Ancestry can help with those and much more. It’s a genealogy resource full of public records and indexes that can help you trace your family’s history. The public version of Ancestry is a subscription database, but you can use it in the library at no cost.


The La Crosse Public Library offers free computer classes for those who need to brush up on their skills or have had minimal experience with technology. Whether you're a job seeker looking to brush up on entry-level computer skills or a smart shopper looking to find great bargains online, our classes offer something for all skill levels and areas of interest. Unless noted, all classes meet in our lower level training room at the Main Street library.   


The La Crosse Public Library provides a number of free family storytimes for all ages and interests.

Join us for a different storytime every Tuesday through Friday all month long.

No registration required for our May storytime sessions. Drop-ins are welcome!

All summer long you'll find the Ole's Pizza Company food truck and the Summer's Delights ice cream bike parked at the South Community Library (1307 16th Street South) every Wednesday night from 4-8 PM. 

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