Fiction and non-fiction books, paperbacks, books on tape, books on CD, large print books, magazines, newspapers, CDs, computer games, children's book and tape sets, puzzles, videotapes, and DVDs.
Other services also available: computers with high-speed internet access, free wireless internet service, copy and fax machines, lamination, meeting room space, special programming for children and adults, and more.
Memory Project Studio: We have equipment FREE for use to help you digitize some of your old-style media:
If you would like to learn more about how to do any of the following, please call the library:
VHS to DVD
Records/cassettes to CD or computer
Slides/negatives to disc or computer
This equipment was purchsed with funding from a Library Services and Technology Act grant.
Library Programs and EventsThroughout the year, the Frank B. Koller Memorial Library offers various programs for both adults and children. These programs have covered such topics as Scrapbooking, beekeeping, and nature programs. Local authors have done book talks and signings.
Professional storytellers have appeared for the children, as well as special craft programs. Check the events calendar to keep current on upcoming programs.
We have a color copy machine and a fax machine for public use.
- Single side 81/2 x 11 and 8 1/2 x14 - 10 cents
- Single side 11 x 17 - 45 cents
- Double side -15 cents
- Color copies - 30 cents
- Double side color - 45 cents
- FAXES - $1 per page to send, 10 cents to receive.
- Updated - Nook & Kindle Now Available!
The Koller Memorial Library has gone high tech! There is now an Amazon Kindle & a Barnes & Noble Nook available for checkout to Koller library patrons in good standing. Several popular book titles have been loaded on to the Kindle & the Nook. New titles will be added on a continuing basis. You may even request a title to be added, with a price cap of $13.
A list of user guidelines is available at the front desk of the library. Each user needs to sign this circulation guideline form before checking out the Kindle. You can even go into the Merlin catalog to place a hold on the Kindle or Nook if you are Manitowish Waters library patron.