Swan Walk

At the Hudson Area Library, we’re showcasing the results of Wisconsin’s successful swan recovery program. On Saturday, February 15 from 1-3pm, we’ll kick off our program with a short movie from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources about the state’s Trumpeter Swan Recovery Program. Then we’ll take a walk north of the library to see… Read more »

Adult Winter Reading

A good book, a cup of cocoa and  a comfy chair – treat yourself! The library’s Winter Reading Program is running from January 6th – February 28th.  Treat yourself to a great book, fill out a Winter Reading bookmark, put the bookmark in the prize drawing of your choice & win indulgent prizes! Prizes include gift… Read more »

K-Kids: A Service Club for Kids

A club for kids (grades 3-5) interested in community service. New members welcome. Offered in partnership with Kiwanis.

K-Kids: A Service Club for Kids

A club for kids (grades 3-5) interested in community service. New members welcome. Offered in partnership with Kiwanis.

Winter Break Programs

The library has a calendar full of holiday merry-making activities in December and we’ve planned some extra special things to help kids stay busy over winter break. 12/21 (Sat)- 1/2 (Sat). Titanic Escape Room. An all ages event. Register for a 45 minute slot at the youth services desk. Check the calendar for dates and… Read more »

Holiday Programs

The library has a calendar full of holiday merry-making activities in December. We hope you and your  family can join us as we celebrate the season! 12/7 (Sat) 12:00-3:00pm. Family Holiday Film & Crafts – featuring “The Santa Claus.” Have a ho-ho-ho Holiday Family Film & Craft Day with us!  12/8 (Sun) 12:30-3:00pm. Kids’ Christmas… Read more »

Being Thankful

At the Hudson Area Public Library, we would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the community members, business owners and patrons in the neighborhood of St. Croix County.  We appreciate everything you do to support us – the people who volunteer here, who visit us, who donate prizes for programs, who lead a… Read more »

Everything Parents Need to Know About Kids and Vaping

Even before vaping-related illnesses dominated headlines, advocacy groups were sounding alarms about potential risks. The aerosol in e-cigarettes can contain tiny chemical particles, they warned, that might cause damage to lungs. Those fears have materialized. The Center for Disease Control reports a multi-state outbreak of lung injuries associated with vaping, including a teen whose lungs… Read more »

STEAM Totes

STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The goal is to train students to take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration and work through the creative process.  Here at Hudson… Read more »

Top 5 Fad Diets: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Many people hoping to lose weight are lured into trying fad diets marketed by the weight loss industry. However, many of these diets are often untested and may cause more harm than good.  On Thursday, October 3rd, 6:00-7:00pm, UW-Madison will join us for a discussion about current weight loss trends.  We will discuss fad diets… Read more »