Lawton Memorial Library

Books, and More in the Kickapoo Valley!



NOTICE–  There will be no Storytime on these dates:

Tuesday, January 6th                                                                                                   Tuesday, January 13th


Local Author/Illustrator                                   Book Signing Event!

Saturday, December13th   9:00 AM – 12:00

Path to Friendship


La Farge natives Kim Miller and Aaron Nemec have written and illustrated a children’s book, honoring their grandfathers, Benny Miller and Bud Nemec.  Visit the Lawton Memorial Library on Saturday, December 13th to meet the author and illustrator and purchase a signed copy!


Elderberries —-The  Myth, The Magic, The Medicine

Elderberries have been used as far back as the Stone Age and were described by Hypocrites as “the medicine chest of the country people.”  

 Medical researchers around the globe are rediscovering the healing properties of this plant. 

Elderberry grower, Mike Breckel, will share the myth and magic associated with this humble plant, and will reveal the modern medical research being done. 

Learn practical information about growing and harvesting elderberries in your back yard.

Monday, May 19, 2014 –6:30 P.M.
Lawton Memorial Library
118 North Bird Street
La Farge


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                    The New WRLSWEB Library Catalog is Here!Our new WRLSWEB catalog is live!Moving computer files1

~You should have easier searching with a clean, well-organized screen and easy access to articles on the search page

~You can add tags to library materials, and have a virtual cart to gather library titles to request, email and save to lists

~And you should have increased functionality with tablets and mobile devices, and more seamless access to eBooks

Try it now!  Just click in the search box at the top of this page under the “Search the WRLSWEB catalog” and see what you can discover!



Preschool Storytime meets on

Tuesday mornings at 10:30.
Join us for stories,
rhymes, songs,
crafts and