Read to Achieve Library Challenge


Readers in grades 1-8 have a chance to earn a free ticket to the March 16 or April 5 Milwaukee Bucks game through the Read to Achieve challenge. Pick up a packet which contains a reading record, stickers, bookmarks, and poster at the library. Read 500 pages and report your reading to the library by February 27 to receive a voucher for a free ticket with the purchase of an adult discounted ticket. Read 750 pages to have your name placed in a drawing for a team autographed basketball.

There are lots of great books waiting for you at the library. Stop by soon and check one out!

The library will be closed on Thursday, December 25th.  We will re-open under our regular hours on Friday, December 26th.  


Have a very Merry Christmas!

Santa is Coming to Taylor!

Everyone is invited to join us Saturday, December 6th at 3pm

in the  Taylor Community Center Gym

for a special Christmas treat.  


This is a special visit from Santa, where he will share stories, songs, and Christmas magic.


There will be opportunity for pictures, so be sure to bring your camera!  



Read to Rover

Read to Rover is coming to the Taylor Memorial Library!


Read to Rover is a program sponsored by the Coulee Region Humane Society.  A volunteer handler will bring their certified therapy dog or cat to the library and children ages 5 and over can read out loud to the animal.

Studies have shown that reading to a friendly canine or feline partner helps to alleviate anxiety and build confidence in children.  Especially children who are reluctant readers or who may struggle with reading.  But your child doesn’t have to be struggling – they just have to love animals!


Our first visit will be from Luna the Cat and her handler Karla on Tuesday, November 18th from 5:30 – 6:30pm.

Call the library to register for a ten minute session with Luna!


Read to Rover will be offered at the library every 3rd Tuesday of the month from 5:30 – 6:30 through December.  You may sign up more than once.  Frequent readers will have the opportunity to earn a free book!

You Did It!

The Taylor community should be very proud!  During the six weeks of Good Reads for a Good Cause, you read 407 books.

Give yourself a huge pat on the back!!

Because of your participation and dedication, we raised over $800 to buy more books for the library.

Way to go!!


We’re Almost Halfway There

The Taylor Community Wide Summer Reading Program is well under way!  We have had several book logs turned in already and we are almost halfway to our goal.  We have a little over a week left, so keep on reading and remember to bring your book logs into the library so your books can be counted!

books read


Thank you to everyone who has turned in book logs so far.  If we reach our goal of 200 books, several area businesses have pledged to donate funds to help us update our collection. Anyone can participate and it’s not too late!

Summer Reading Program Kick-Off

Our Summer Reading Program kicks off next week with a presentation from

Incredible Bats!

Thursday, June 26th at 11:00 at the Taylor Community Center Gym


Daniel and Sharon Peterson of Incredible Bats! have been educating people about bats for over 10 years.  They love bats and love to share their knowledge with others. This presentation will be entertaining and educational, and best of all,


Everyone is welcome to attend!! 

Sign-up for the kids’ summer reading will take place after the presentation.

Our Community Wide reading program, Good Reads for a Good Cause, will also begin on the 26th.  No sign-up necessary!  Just pick up a reading log at area businesses and record what you read between June 26th and July 31st.  We have set a goal for our community to read 200 books during that time.  If we meet our goal, area businesses have pledged to help the library purchase new books.  So get ready to read!

Haunted Wisconsin

Come and hear Chad Lewis talk about

Wisconsin’s Most Haunted Locations

Thursday, June 12th at 7pm

Taylor Community Center Gym


This presentation is FREE and appropriate for all ages

Haunted Locations in Your Own Backyard
This presentation takes the audience on a ghostly journey to some of the most haunted places in Wisconsin.  It covers the entire state of WI from Wandering Ghosts in the North Woods to the Haunted B&B in Milwaukee. From phantom creatures prowling the woods to graveyard apparitions located in your own backyard, no place in WI is without its own haunting.
Complete with photos, case history, eyewitness accounts, ghost lore, and directions, this unique presentation encourages you to visit these places for your own ghost story.

Find out where you can:

See possessed statues come to life

Pick up a phantom hitchhiker

Get chased by Hellhounds

Come face to face with dead gangsters

Visit the cursed mausoleum

chad2For over two decades Chad Lewis has traveled the back roads of the world in search of the strange and unusual. From tracking vampires in Transylvania and searching for the elusive monster of Loch Ness to trailing the dangerous Tata Duende through remote villages of Belize and searching for ghosts in Ireland’s haunted castles, Chad has scoured the earth in search of the paranormal.
 Chad has been featured on the Discovery Channel’s A Haunting,  William Shatner’s Weird or What, ABC’s Scariest Places on Earth, and Monsters and Mysteries in America along with being a frequent contributor on Ripley’s Believe it or Not Radio. With a Masters Degree in Psychology, Chad has authored over 15 books on the supernatural, and extensively lectures on his fascinating findings.  The more bizarre the legend, the more likely it is that you will find Chad there.