Mon, Wed, Fri: 9am - 6pm
Tues & Thurs: 9am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
We believe in the freedom to read, to learn, to discover and share ideas.
DVDs, videos, computer software, magazines, some children's holiday books (marked with a sticker): 1 week Some equipment can be loaned out for only 3 days or one week.
Books, audiobooks, music CDs: 3 weeks. Some newer adult hardcover fiction in great demand might be 2 weeks (marked with a sticker).
Baldwin Library no longer charges fines on our items! The only exception is our Lucky Day items, which can still be charged $1 per day they are overdue because it is so important to keep those high-demand items circualting quickly.
If an item is not returned it will be charged a replacement cost, however, or damage costs.
Items may be renewed twice in sequence unless the item is on hold for another patron. Items may be renewed several ways:
In person at the library. Please have your library card available.
By calling the library at (715) 684-3813. Please have your library card and the title(s) of the item(s) readily available. If calling after business hours, choose extension 113 and leave your name, phone number, your entire 13- or 14-digit library card number and title(s) to be renewed.
By emailing us at email@example.com, and providing the above-listed information.
Online at the MORE website. Click on "My Account" and follow the on-screen instructions. The system will not allow you to renew an item that is overdue; please contact the library directly to renew overdue items.
By calling the automated renewal line at 1-866-MY-RENEW.
An item that is not available may be placed on reserve and we will notify you when it arrives at the library. Also, items that are available at other MORE libraries may be sent to another MORE library to be picked up. Items can be placed on hold through the MORE website online catalog, by telephone, email, or in person.
You will be charged for the replacement costs of any lost or damaged items.
Patrons must present their library cards to check out materials.
Patrons are responsible for all items checked out on their card.
Parents or guardians are responsible for monitoring their children's access to all library resources.
Care should be taken with items so that damage does not occur which would make the book unable to be circulated to others.