Neenah Public Library

    The origins of the Neenah Public Library began on February 20, 1882 when a group of citizens organized a subscription library.  The group was called the Neenah Library Association.  These public-spirited citizens raised funds to build a book collection.  On April 1, 1884 the Common Council voted to establish and maintain a public library and reading room which was located in the upstairs of the old City Hall.  The Neenah Public Library serves the educational, informational, and recreational needs of area residents of all ages. The library emphasizes providing and promoting high interest materials in a variety of formats; making information available to community residents in their pursuit of educational, job-related, and personal interests; and providing services for children, and for children with their parents, that encourage a lifelong interest in learning.