Hours

Monday10AM - 6PM
Tuesday10AM - 8PM
Wednesday10AM - 8PM
Thursday10AM - 8PM
Friday10AM - 6PM
Saturday  9AM - 1PM
SundayClosed

Patron Services

Parking:

Free parking is available in the library parking lot at the back of the building. You may also park on Main Street in front of the library.

Handicap Accessibility:

The Ellsworth Library is handicap accessible at the west side of the building. You will also find accessible parking there.

Copier:

Library staff will make copies for you. A fee of 10 cents per page will be charged.

Fax machine:

Library staff will send and receive faxes for patrons. A fee of $1 for the first page and 25 cents for every page after will be charged.

Computers and Printer:

We have seven computers available for public use -- four desktops and three laptops. All computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. When the desktop computers are all in use, a waiting list is established. There is a limit of 30 minutes, which can be extended if no one is waiting. The laptops can be checked out at the circulation desk and are for in-library use only. Printer use is 10 cents per page for black and white copies and 25 cents per page for color. Not all laptops are connected to a printer.

Computer Policy:

 •  Users must be registered with a library card.

 •  Individuals or families may sign up for 30-minute sessions, which can be renewed if no one is waiting.

 •  There are some sites on the Internet that some people find objectionable. Parents may wish to use the Internet with their children.

 •  Because these terminals are located in a public place we reserve the right to restrict visual images. If you are found viewing objectionable material you will be asked to exit from that web site. If it happens a second time your internet session will be terminated.

Wireless Internet Access:

The library has wireless internet access for your laptop computer.

Gifts:

The Ellsworth Public Library is currently not accepting book donations.

Tax Forms:

The library has limited tax forms (Wisconsin and Federal) available for local residents.