Woodstock Public Library District
The Woodstock Public Library district has two primary missions: - To facilitate learning and self-education for the community. - To encourage all children to develop an ongoing interest in reading and learning.
The Library will select, organize and circulate books, periodicals and other resource materials and media necessary to these primary missions. The Library will promote, on an ongoing basis, a community-wide awareness of the Library’s resources.
The Woodstock Library was established in 1913 in a converted barn. A budget of $40 paid for some bookshelves, a few chairs, and a coal stove; the books were donated.
The Library offers access to:
- Friendly, knowledgeable and professional staff to answer your questions and assist you
- Databases through our website, www.woodstock.org BrainPop, Heritage Quest, IndieFlix (streaming movies) Chilton’s Auto Repair, Mango Language Learning, Testing & Education/Vocation & Careers Reference Center, Health & Wellness Resource Center, Encyclopedias, Ancestry (in library only)
- Preschool Story Times - Summer Reading Program for kids - Book Club for kids - Arts/Crafts workshops for kids - Book Club for Adults - Poetry and Writing Workshops - Library Forums - Book Sales - Annual Library Fair
Friends of the Library:
Volunteers from a broad range of backgrounds brought the Library into existence. This community pool of spirited workers has been replenished with each generation. Holds fundraising events such as the Library Fair, Book Sales, and supports programs of community interest like the Forum and Summer Reading Program.