Introducing, Pronunciator, personalized language learning, offered by the Mayville Public Library

 

 

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 105 languages to learn (including ASL and ESL)
 Localized in 87 languages
 World’s largest content base
 Quality human voices, translations and video
 Used by thousands of libraries and universities

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Mayville Friends Quilt Raffle

The Friends of Mayville Public Library are raffling off a quilt to raise funds for the new Teen Section of the New Mayville Public Library. Tickets are available at Mayville Public Library. Thanks for your support! Tickets cost $1 apiece or 6 for $5. The winner will be chosen at the Library at noon on December 2nd.

New Library/Community Center progress September 2019 update

September – The Building Committee continued working with the Architects on a building plan and developing a budget. A building size of approximately 18,000 sq ft has been determined. At this stage it is like a giant jigsaw puzzle to get placement of the 14 library spaces into a useful, workable and proper place. That space then has to fit within the boundaries of the new library site. Other factors that have to be considered are building setbacks, utility connections and the surrounding buildings and neighborhood. The goal is to work toward a plan for the library and its support spaces that is pleasing and works well for our needs. The work continues.

Stop in and get a library card. It’s easy and it’s FREE!

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Stop in at the library and get your card! It’s FREE! Bring in a photo id and something with your name and current address printed on it. If your photo id has your current address on it that will work. Otherwise we need to see the photo id (Driver’s License, State ID, etc) and something else with your name and current address on it (bill, lease, bank statement, etc). It’s easy! Your child can get a library card too as long as they are age 6 or have completed kindergarten. We will need a registration card filled out for each person getting a library card.