Get a Library Card!

Apply for your own library card today and gain access to thousands of print and electronic materials through the Slinger Library. You will have access to thousands of books/ebooks, audiobooks/eaudiobooks, DVDs/Blu-rays, newspapers, magazines, and more! Additionally, it will give you access to other resources including Gale Courses and the BadgerLink database.

Drop by the circulation desk to fill out a short application form or print out the attached form and fill it out beforehand. You will need a driver's license or photo ID with current address.

Applicants under 18 years of age must have a parent present with the parent’s driver’s license. Your first library card is free! There is a $3 replacement fee if you lose your card.

The Monarch Library System includes libraries in Dodge, Ozaukee, Sheboygan and Washington Counties and gives you access to over 1.1 million items. Your library card from any of these libraries will work at all other libraries in the system. You may also use your card to place holds on items from any member libraries and have them delivered to the Slinger Library for you to check out at your convenience. To place holds, visit the Monarch catalog and log in at the top right corner using your library card number. Your pin is the last four digits of your phone number.

*Note: if you are unable to locate a desired title within the catalog, please contact a librarian about the possibility of getting a copy from outside the system.

Do you think libraries only check out books and audiovisual materials? Not anymore! We also offer a unique collection of “things” to check out, ranging from crafts to appliances. These provide an opportunity to try new products or activities without a personal investment. A few of our popular items include craft bags, a "Code-a-pillar" toy, metal detector, Instapot and giant keyboard play mat. Stop in or call the library to inquire about the collection!

This collection has varied check out periods and all items must be returned to the Slinger Library. Items are non-holdable and non-renewable.

    

Libby, by OverDrive, provides free access for patrons to thousands of eBooks and eAudiobooks. The Libby app is compatible with smartphones, tablets, and Windows 10 computers. Easily download the app onto your device, add your library card, and search or browse titles.

Available through the Monarch Library System, Gale Courses are FREE online classes offered on a variety of topics. Their six-week format is flexible to fit your schedule; most classes have a suggested course load of 2-4 hours a week that you can spend at your convenience. The interactive learning environment allows you to engage with classmates and instructors. An award of completion, earned by a passing grade, is great for resumes and continuing education. Hundreds of courses are available on topics from accounting and finance to writing and publishing. New ones begin every month!

To enroll, you must have a current library card and Internet connection. Full requirements are listed for each class on the Gale Courses website.

Access complete editions of digital magazines on your PC, Mac or mobile device. Current and back editions are available and you may check out as many issues as you want and keep them as long as needed. You can create a free account using your valid library card.

Mobile apps are available for iPad, iPhone, Android and Kindle Fire.

BadgerLink is an online research database providing access to licensed scholarly content that is not available through free search engines. Useful for personal interest and research, it may be utilized by any Wisconsin resident with a valid library card. Content audiences range from elementary students to higher education, educators and Spanish speakers.

Books, magazines, newspapers and primary sources are available here, among other formats.

Slinger Historical Album

Read about the history of Slinger (Schleisingerville) over a period of 125 years, 1869-1994. Browse through historical photos in this album.