Congrats to our Winners for the following September Contests:

Cookbook and Pioneer Women Cooking Products winners:

Cookware: Kittie Bucholz

Tote-able Casserole - Lindsay Ptacek

Utensils and Container - Wendy Anderson

Table Runner and Towels - Laura Pleas

Cookbooks - Nick Oyster, Sarah TenEyck, Audrey Albrecht, Jamie Beavan, Thelma VanSteenwyk

K'nex Roller Coaster Winner

Hailey Albrecht with a winning guess of 318.  Roller Coaster actually had 319 pieces.

This is What 150 Looks Like winners were:

Earl Tooker with his Nebraska License plate with corn and Mindy Hike with her Crayon statue. Both winners received 150 quarters. 

Congrats to all, and thanks to all who participated!

 

 

 

 

Congrats to Simon and Charlie on reaching their goal of 400 books in the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Challenge. Way to go boys!

 

Congrats to Ema and Ada Pleas on reaching the goal of 800 books in the program 1000 Books Before Kindergarten.  Good Job Girls!!!!


 

Interested in your genealogy? Our Library now offers free access to the My Heritage Website. Contact us today to find out how you can use this program to find your ancestors.

 

VISION STATEMENT:

Our vision... to provide, for the community, a window to the world and an open door, on which immagination, knowledge and opportunity knocks.

 

Hours:

Monday         9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday        9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday   CLOSED
Thursday       9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & 1:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Friday           CLOSED
Saturday       9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Sunday         CLOSED

MISSION STATEMENT:

Our Mission... to strengthen and support the education, enjoyment and lifelong learning skills of our community by providing equal access to modern library resources and programs that enrich, enlighten and entertain in a friendly and welcoming environment that serving as a common thread creating connections among people.

 

STATEMENT:

Our library serves the citizens of the Village of Waterloo and surrounding areas within a friendly atmosphere and always with a smile!

OUR VALUES:

TO FULFILL OUR MISSION, THE FOLLOWING IDEALS DIRECT US IN OUR SERVICE AND INTERACTIONS WITH ONE ANOTHER:

      QUALITY OF SERVICE:  Respectful, polite, professional, effective and

      consistently relevant.

       WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT:  A comfortable place for relaxation and              

       entertainment that is welcoming to all.

       TRUST:  Reliable, dependable and always there to help.

       ADAPTABILITY:  Mindful of needs, knowledgeable of evolving technology, and 

       responsive in making resources and services available to all.



IN APPRECIATION:

On September 17, 2006, the Agnes Robinson Waterloo Public Library was donated to the Village of Waterloo by Donna and Edward T. Robinson, Jr., longtime business owners and residents of Waterloo.  They also established the Robinson Waterloo Public Library Foundation to assist with the operation of the library.  The library is a source of knowledge, culture, and inspiration for excellence - characteristics of the family whose name it bears.  The library is not only home to a wealth of information, providing educational and recreation reading for, but a gathering place for the citizens of Waterloo and surrounding areas.  To all who enter these doors, today and for generations to come, the Agnes Robinson Waterloo Public Library will forever be committed to providing a “Window to the World” for inquiring minds.     

DONATIONS:

Interested in donating to the Agnes Robinson Waterloo Public Library or the Robinson Waterloo Public Library Foundation?  Ask the library staff how you can donate.  Consider giving your time and talent, too.  Ask the library staff how you can become a volunteer. 


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