Adult Services Department

Third Floor Library

Adult Department materials and services are located on the 2nd and 3rd levels of the library.


Computer Coaching For Adults  Computer Beginners especially welcome! Get low-stress help with Internet, email, hardware and software at your pace. Walk in or call 536-7191 to reserve a seat. There is no cost to participate.

eBook Reader Coaching Sessions How to use... Kindles, Nooks, etc.  Sessions are scheduled in the Board Room 1-2:30pm the first Thursday and 6-7:30pm the second Thursday of each month -- see Calendar for dates.

No Registration Required - People who can’t make the scheduled sessions can call Stacy Stevens at 715-536-7191 to set up an individual session.

See Calendar for dates and times


2nd Floor -- CDs, DVDs & Paperbacks, Audiobooks, Large Print books, Caregivers Materials, Magazines.

3rd Floor -- Repair Manuals,  New and Older Nonfiction, Newspapers, New & older Fiction, Reference, Genealogy & Local History. Tax Forms (January-April)


3rd Floor -- Photocopier, Public Use Computers, Scanners, Microfilm Readers-Printers, Color Laser Printer, Microfiche Reader.  Photocopies .15 each; Prints from  Microfilm Readers .15 each. Printouts from Computers - Color .30 page (or per side if duplex), black & white .15 per page.

Available To Check Out:  Various AV devices may be reserved and checked out at the circulation desk.


See Calendar for date and times.


From January 2 to March and from Memorial Day to August:If you’re age 18 or over, you’re eligible to participate. Enter by dropping completed forms with the titles of books you’ve read into a Read-In box at the library. Listen to WJMT-AM730 to hear if you’re a winner in one of three regular prize drawings, or in the grand prize drawings in late March and late August!


Words Worth Hearing

Since 2009 the library has sponsored local authors, artisans, and other experts whose thought-provoking programs comprise the Words Worth Hearing series. Contact Assistant Director, Laurie Ollhoff, at 715-536-7191 or to schedule your program with us.

Community ArtShare:

T. B. Scott Library’s Community ArtShare program originated in 2006 with a $10,000 grant from the Mead Witter Foundation, Inc. with which secure display cases, easels, and other items were procured that have enabled the library to become a place for local artists and collectors to display their creations and hobbies. Displays featuring one or more artists or collectors are featured each month on an ongoing basis.

Artists, artisans and collectors interested in sharing their works with the community should contact Stacy Stevens (, Library Director, at 536-7191. Interested exhibitors should fill out our Beyond Books: Community ArtShare form, and either provide photos of a representative sampling of their items or bring samples of their works to the library so that photos may be taken. Exhibitors will sign a waiver before their items are displayed. A planning committee is responsible for final selection of items that will be displayed, and for compiling a calendar of upcoming events. Artists and collectors from Lincoln County are given priority.

We encourage a wide variety of original artistry, such as painting, drawing, ceramics, metals, fiber art, photography, needlework, woodworking and carving. Collections may include almost anything that would be of interest to the general public: antiques, seasonal items, instruments, sports memorabilia, costumes, quilts, toys, etc. Our intent is to appeal to a broad audience. Special events will be planned to correlate with the exhibits as appropriate, such as demonstrations, informal conversations with artists/collectors, inter-generational programs, and musical performances.