• National Library Week is becoming National Library Month!

    The East Troy Lions Public Library is celebrating National Library Week by making it a month of celebration. We have a special program and we are inviting you to participate! Go here for more information

  • We are now opening the Lower Level for all Patrons to browse. On Mondays and Wednesdays, from 1:00pm - 3:00pm you can come down and explore all the neat items we have in storage. Adult, Young Adult, Teen and Juvenile Books/Audiobooks are available. Come take a look, you might find something new among the old!
  • Women's Retirement Challenges

    Tuesday April 24th at 12:00pm (Noon)

    When it comes to saving for retirement, women face unique challenges. They may have interrupted their careers to care for children and aging parents. As a result, they spend less time in the workforce, potentially leading to less savings and a lower Social Security benefit. For more information, click here.
  • Social Security: Timing is Everything!

    Wednesday April 25th at 6:00pm

    As you approach retirement, now is the time to determine how you'll support yourself. To learn more, click here.
  • Electronic Recycling Event

    WHEN: May 19, 2018, 9 am to 2 pm
    WHERE: 2104 Young St., Wastewater Treatment Plant
    (*Must be a Village of East Troy resident)

    A collection container will be available for you to drop-off your electronics to be taken for recycling at no charge.  Please deposit your items in the collection container – do not leave items outside the container.

    Accepted: Televisions (all kinds), computers, keyboards, monitors, mice, hard drives, flash drives, speakers, printers, scanners, fax/copy machines, VCR’s and DVR’s, DVD recorders and players, digital cameras, I-pods and personal players.

    Electronic equipment items ONLY! NO appliances.

    Books, Birds and Butterflies!

    Saturday, May 5, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm 

    Looking for inspiration for your yard or want to keep your nature vibe going after Earth Day? Stop by the library on Saturday, May 5th to learn how to attract and nourish birds and butterflies in your own backyard. The Kettle Moraine Land Trust is partnering with the East Troy Public Library to encourage wise stewardship of local landscapes. Volunteers will be available from 10:00am to 1:00pm with tips, guides and even free native plants and seed to get you started.  Click here for more information.


A New Logo

You will note a new logo in the upper left hand corner of our site. This was designed by Rachel Gilpatrick, a Senior at East Troy Public High School. Throughout the Fall of 2017, Ms Lori Puls, Graphic Arts Teacher at the High School guided a group of students in a contest (sponsored by the Friends of the Library) to design a new library logo. Out of 14 submissions, Rachel's was chosen! Congratulations to Rachel and thank you to Ms Puls and all of the students for participating! Thanks also to the Friends for sponsoring the contest.