Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Superior Public Library will close to the public starting Wednesday, March 18 and will remain closed until further notice.
Curbside pickup of items will be suspended beginning Tuesday, March 24 and will not be available due to the “safer at home” order.
Due dates …Read More
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the AARP Foundation has suspended tax aide services until further notice. Tax aide at the library will be closed beginning March 16 until they are informed by the AARP that they can reopen. They will update their phone message …Read More
We know how many of our patrons depend on the library’s free WiFi access to check email, apply for jobs, and stay in touch with friends and family. As a service to our patrons during the closure, we’ve expanded the range of our WiFi access …Read More
Enjoy free access to a variety of TumbleBook Library databases! Accessible on any device, these materials are available for free at the links below–no log-in or library card needed!
TumbleBook Library (This database for grades K-6 includes storybooks, read-alongs, fiction and nonfiction, graphic novels, language …Read More
Due to the library closure, we’ve extended our winter reading programs through the month of April! Keep reading while the library is closed and keep track of the books you read. When we reopen, bring your book lists to the library and we will enter …Read More
Due to concerns about COVID-19, our upcoming genealogy program will be postponed. We are working to reschedule the event and will announce the new date as soon as it has been confirmed.
At our fifth annual genealogy event, hear from Bill Hopkins, president of the Mayflower …Read More