Family Story-time


Preschool story-time

Tuesdays at 11:10 am stating in September.



Experience the School Forest





The Baldwin-Woodville School District is partnering with the Woodville Public Library to offer a variety of activities for youngsters/families at the school forest.  Activities are always on the first Monday of the month; times vary.


Cost is $5 per participant with a maximum of $10 per family.  The fee covers the cost of supplies and snacks.


Pre-registration is much appreciated.  Register at:


Actual activities may vary a bit from the descriptions below.


Monday, May 6th – 3:30-5:00 – WILD ABOUT WILDFLOWERS

  • Participate in a wildflower scavenger hunt, plant some wildflowers, make a craft, and more.
  • Bus transportation available from Greenfield. Leaving Greenfield at 3:30 and returning shortly after 5.


Monday, June 3rd – 5:00-6:30 – FIRE UP YOUR CAMPFIRE COOKING

  • Make your supper over/in the fire, learn about edible plants in the woods.


Monday, July 1st – 1:00-2:30 – BUGGY ABOUT BUGS

  • Capture some bugs, build a bug house, race your bug, and create a bug.


Monday, August 5th – 1:00-2:30 – THE AMAZING SUN

  • Learn about living sunlight, cook and create using the sun, and more.


Monday, September 2nd – 1:00-2:30 – HEAVENLY HAMMOCK DAY

  • Grab a hammock and rest from your labors!  Come early and picnic in the woods.
  • Bring a favorite book or one to swap at the book swap!


Monday, October 7th – 3:30-5:30 – SMOKEY THE BEAR AND FIRE SAFETY

  • Celebrate Smokey the Bear’s 80th birthday with a variety of activities.





St Croix County Traveling Book Club

The Traveling Book Club meets at various places in St Croix County through the year. A different library hosts each time and they choose the book and the location for the meeting.  Join the club at 6:00 to order food or to eat and 6:30 for the book discussion.

Date                                         Host                                         Book                                                                  Restaurant/Location

Tuesday, Sept 26th      Somerset                       Eight Perfect Murders                                              Oliphants Brewing

Thursday, Oct. 19         Spring Valley                 Quarry Girls                                                               Spring Valley Golf Course

Thursday, Nov 16         Woodville                       All The Light We Cannot See                                  Garage Bar

Thursday, Jan. 18         Hudson                           South of Luck                                                             Azul Tequila

Thursday, Feb 15          Glenwood  City              Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers       Wood City Tavern

Thursday, March 21      River Falls                      The Dictionary of Lost Words                                Juniors Restaurant and Tap House

Thursday, April 18        New Richmond             Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six                                      Mallards

Thursday, May 16         Roberts                           Midnight Library                                                    The Barn Board

Thursday, June 20       Hammond                      Remarkably Bright Creatures                             Hammond Library

Thursday, July 18         Deer Park                       Year One                                                                  Deer’s Bar

Thursday, Aug 15          Woodville                      Lessons in Chemistry                                                Phoenix Grill


Coming Summer 2024

Summer Reading

June 1- Aug 9 More details will be coming

Summer Performer’s Schedule

Thurs., June 27 @ 10:30 Talewise: Science Heroes- Adventure of the Lost Treasure

Thurs., July 11 @ 10:30 Snake Rattle and Roll

Thurs., July 25 @ 10:30 The Magic of Isaiah

Thurs., Aug 1 @ 10:30 David Landau Children’s musician

Thurs., Aug 8 Closing Program in the afternoon Bubbles Unlimited and Root Beer Floats




1,000 Books Before Kindergarten at the Woodville Community Library

In support of early literacy, the library invites you and your preschool child to participate in 1000 Books Before Kindergarten.  The goal of the program is that by the time your child enters kindergarten, they will have read or have listen to 1,000 books and by doing so they have gained the early literacy skills necessary for school readiness.

Come in to the library and pick up a folder and get started.

Don’t think you can do it.

If you read one book before bed time every night for 3 years you will have over a 1,000 books.

If you read 10 books a week for two years you will have over 1,000 books.


1,000 Book Before Kindergarten Hall of Fame

1,000 Books Hall of Fame