The Kenosha Public Library (KPL) has served the City and County of Kenosha for over 100 years as an ever-evolving, interactive learning resource that enriches our community. In addition to their extensive catalog of books and online books, KPL offers specific programs and areas for children, teens, and young adults, as well as a variety of resources for adults including access through your library card to professional training and online classes at Lynda.com. From digital magazines to Freegal Music to Book Clubs, KPL has something for everyone!
Southwest, 7979 38th Avenue, Kenosha
Northside, 1500 27th Avenue, Kenosha
Simmons, 711 59th Place, Kenosha
Uptown, 2419 63rd Street, Kenosha
From Monday through Saturday, the bookmobile is on the road with regular community stops, making access to books readily available to children.
Kenosha Public Library Foundation Inc exists to support the mission of the Kenosha Public Library. It is the Foundation's goal to enrich, not replace, traditional tax-based support for the library through gifts from individuals and organizations. Contributions to the Kenosha Public Library Foundation will help perpetuate the highest quality library resources for a universally literate, civically engaged community that embraces a global future.