The Heritage Room


Click here for the Winding Rivers Library System's online help for using eBooks.

​​​The Hatch Public Library provides free materials and services to help area residents meet their personal, educational, professional and recreational needs.  We have state-of-the-art computer lab with 16 public, internet computers and free Wi-Fi access.

The Hatch Public Library subscribes to more than 100 magazines, receives three daily newspapers and offers many enrichment opportunities for children and adults. 
Click here to view the Internet Use Policy​​

Copy and Fax Services
We can make both black/white and color copies. Charges per side are as follows:
8 ½ x 11 - 10¢ for black/white, 25¢ for color
8 ½ x 14 - 15¢ for black and white, 35¢ for color
11 x 17- 20¢ for black and white, 50¢ for color

Fax services are available at $1 per page. We are not able to receive faxes.

The Heritage room in Mauston contains local newspapers on microfilm, Mauston High School yearbooks as well as other archival material.

Click here to view our Heritage Room Collection.

Click here to view resources available in our Microfilm Library.

Community Room & Conference Room

​Click here to access & (provided by Badgerlink).

Click here to use the FamilySearch website.  We are a FamilySearch affiliate.

Our Heritage Room also houses the Prosser-McCafferty Collection that includes bibliographical sketches, cemetery guides, family histories, abstracts, lists of marriages, births and deaths from the 1700s on for many east coast states.


Project Secret Garden - Community Reading Event in Mauston, WI

​​​Need help using the computer?

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New Homeschool Curriculum Collection

Staff available by phone:

​Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm
Saturday: 9am-Noon
Closed Sunday

Library Services

111 West State St.
Mauston, WI 53948
(608) 847-4454

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Click here to download eBooks from the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium.  Patrons may also download eBooks and audiobooks through the Overdrive app called Libby.

Click here to view the ECHO Project: Exploring Cultural History Online,

an online collection of images.