700 First Street
Hudson, WI 54016
The Hudson Area Library is in partnership with the city of Hudson, village of North Hudson, and the townships of Hudson and St. Joseph.
We offer a variety of books, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, recorded books, children's story time and other programs, a Friends group and wireless internet access. Additional materials are easily available through the MORE online catalog which allows you to search for, reserve, and renew library items from any computer connected to the Internet.
Our Hudson Area Library provides a community gathering place where knowledge flows freely, nurturing lifelong learning.
"A Journey Into Genealogy" Library Program
The Hudson Area Library (in celebration with Hudson’s Annual Yellowstone Trail Heritage Day) will be hosting a free workshop on exploring genealogy. Presented by Helen Stoltz-Wood; author of “From Denmark to Wisconsin, One Family—Two Ships, 1641-2011” (recipient of the 2012, Genealogy—Family Book Award of Merit.)
The fundamentals of starting a family research project will be covered, including: where to look for information using print and online resources, as well as, how to organize census information and vital records.
A JOURNEY INTO GENEALOGY will be held on Saturday, June 1 from 10:30 - 11:30 am. This program is sponsored by the Hudson Area Joint Library and the St. Croix County Historical Society.
If you would like to participate, please pre-register by phone (715-386-3101) or visit the Library’s help desk to sign-up; this workshop is limited to the first 40 people that register.
Signup for summer reading begins Thursday, June 13. Watch for more details!
This is a free service to help you manage your library checkouts and holds (libraryelf.org).
Hudson Library Digital Archive
On Saturday, November 3, 2012 the Hudson Area Library held a Scan Day. With the assistance of library staff, the ResCarta Foundation, and equipment provided by Northern Micrographics and a Pepsi Refresh grant, the community celebrated by bringing over photographs and historic artifacts to be digitized.
Click the link below to view the some of the materials that were scanned that day...