The Appleton Public Library was established on November 2, 1895. Originally housed in what is today Pioneer Public Television, the library moved in 1976 to its current location within the Appleton Civic Center. In 1983 the library became part of Pioneerland Library System.
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Join the Friends of the Appleton Public Library today!
The Friends of the Appleton Public Library is a volunteer organization dedicated to building community awareness and enthusiasm for APL services, programs, facilities, and financial needs. The purposes are to build and maintain an association of persons interested in the library and to assist with its literary, educational, technological, community, and cultural purposes.
About Friends of the Library
Friends of the Appleton Public Library are looking for a way to get the word out about all the wonderful items we have in our library, the great ability to interlibrary loan items from other libraries in the Pioneerland Library System as well as throughout the state of Minnesota, the fabulous digital opportunities with e-books and e-magazines, and the programs for children and adults that are ongoing throughout the year. We are looking for people to help us sponsor special events such as author visits, volunteer, but most importantly to provide a strong base of support for the public library in our community.
Stop by the Appleton Public Library to join or for more information on becoming a Friend of the Appleton Public Library. We meet the 2nd Monday of each month at 5:00.m.
Friends of the Library Executive Board