We’re Hiring!

The Lomira QuadGraphics Library will be hiring two new employees this fall to join our team of enthusiastic and dedicated staff library staff!  The following positions are currently open:

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Requirements: Must be 16 years of age or older at the time of employment.

Duties include: checking in, checking out, and shelving library material, processing holds, maintains organization of the library, greets and directs patrons to staff for help, and assists the library director and other staff with special projects.

Salary: $7.50 / hour

Hours: Tuesday (4-7pm), Thursday (4-7pm), and about one Saturday per month (9am-12pm).  Additional  hours may be offered during summer, holidays, or as needed.


Requirements: High School diploma or GED equivalent at time of employment is required.  Preferred qualifications include one or more years of employment in customer service or related field and proficient computer technology skills.  Previous library employment and/or library course work is a plus.

Duties include: preparing the library for opening and closing, checking in and out library material, collecting fines and fees, assisting patrons with question and computer technology, and assists the library director with special projects.  May also train and supervise library pages.

Salary: $8.00 / hour

Hours: Monday (1-4pm), Wednesday (9:45am-4pm), Thursday (1-4pm) and about one Saturday a month (9am-12pm). Additional hours may be offered as needed.

Stop by the library to fill out an application or send a copy to smithp@mwfls.org.

Applications received by Tuesday, September 8, 2015 will be given first priority.

Become a Reading Superhero This Summer at the Lomira QuadGraphics Community Library!

Registration for the Summer Reading Program beings Monday, June 8!

This year the Lomira QuadGraphics Community Library has planned a wide variety of educational, entertaining, and fun programs to keep children of all ages busy all summer long! Reading and completing reading records will be rewarded with some amazing prizes and a chance to win one of our grand prizes as well.

This year’s children’s program, “Every Hero Has a Story” will run from June 8 until August 15. Children aged birth through twelfth grade may register for the Summer Reading Program anytime during the summer beginning on Monday, June 8.  Reading records can be turned in from Monday, June 15 through Saturday, August 15 to win prizes, coupons, local park passes, and even a free book.  Programs will be held during the summer and include weekly and pajama storytime, craft days, evening performances, family fun nights, and even events for teens!

We hope to see you this summer at the library!

Stop by the library for more information and see our full list of events here: events-2015-june & july