Programs & Events


Cuba City Public Library Builds A Better World

“Build A Better World” is this summer’s theme for six weeks of FREE fun for all ages at your local library!

Families, children, teens, and adults who track their reading for the six weeks from June 14 to July 19, will be eligible for weekly rewards and prize drawings.  For this reading challenge, registration is required at the library beginning June 1st.

Also, each week there will be special programming on Wednesday mornings at 10:00.  These programs will allow you to explore reading like never before, and there is no registration required.  The topics are as follows:

Wed. June 28 Building a Beautiful World

Wed. July 5 ABCs of Architecture with Bob Kann

Wed. July 12 Building from the Ground Up                       

Wed. July 19 Building a Community of Kindness

There are more fun ways for all ages to get involved and earn rewards for participating in this summer’s program.  Take the “Build A Better World” Lego building challenge anytime during June and July.  Think creatively about how this summer’s theme can come to life right here in our own community, and take the “Build A Better World—Build A Better Cuba City” writing/drawing challenge.  Call or stop in the library to find out more details on how to participate.

For more information, call the library at 744-2613 or email

All programs are free of charge.


It’s Lego Time!

The Cuba City Public Library is excited to offer a new Library Lego Club.

Lego Club is intended for school-aged children, and will be held on the second and fourth Monday nights of the month from 5:30-6:30 at the library.  Please do NOT bring your own Legos to the program, just your creativity!

Lego Club Dates:

Monday, July 10

Monday, July 24

Monday, August 7

Monday, August 21

No registration is required.  For more information please contact the library at 744-2613 or

All Cuba City Public Library Programs are free of charge.



Book club meets on the third Monday night of the month at 5:30pm.  Book club titles can be obtained through our interlibrary loan system, so there is no need to purchase any books in order to participate.  Join us to chat about books in a relaxed, informal setting.

July 17:  The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie

August 21:  Shotgun Lovesongs, by Nikolas Butler

September 18:  The Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead

October 16:  Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books, by Azar Nafisi

November 20:  Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine and the Murder of a President, by Candice Millard

December 18:  Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, by Elizabeth Gilbert