Computer Classes

Registration for May/June computer classes is open! Please call (262) 532-8920 to register.

Download the class schedule (pdf).

Semi-Annual Book Sale

The library's book sale will take place during the following times:

  • May 1st: 9 AM - 8:30 PM
  • May 2nd & 3rd: 9 AM - 3 PM

Unmarked items are $0.25 each or 5 for $1 on Thurs. and Fri. On Sat. unmarked items are $0.10 each or 13 (baker's dozen) for $1.

Putting Your Ancestors on the Map

In genealogical research, maps can provide clues to where our ancestors may have lived and where to look for written records about them.

Discover the various map resources available to genealogists with Jovanka Ristic, Senior Academic Librarian at the American Geographical Society Library at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Wednesday, May 7th, at 7:00 PM. Jovanka has been with the library for 30+ years and helped many genealogists with map-related questions.

Although the program is free, registration is required. Please call Karen Esvang at (262)532-8912 to reserve your spot.

Spring Break Movies

PIRATE FAIRY (90 minutes; Rated G)

Tinker Bell heads to the pirate-filled Skull Rock to reclaim the stolen Pixie Hollow’s blue pixie dust. (April 14—2:15pm; April 24—6:30pm)

FROZEN (105 minutes; Rated PG)

Anna, joined by a mountain man and his sidekick reindeer in a quest to find the Snow Queen and end her icy spell of eternal winter, encounters trolls, a goofy snowman, extreme mountain cold, and magic. (April 16-2:15pm; April 19-2:15pm April 22-6:30pm; April 26-2:15pm)


A wacky inventor, whose invention that turned water into food that fell from the sky, is shocked to discover that the invention was not destroyed as planned, but is now creating “foodimals” combining food and animals. (April 14-6:30pm;April 24-2:15pm)

JUNGLE BOOK (78 minutes; Rated G)

The beloved Disney classic returns to DVD as Mowgli journeys deep into the jungle, meeting an array of intriguing characters, in this celebration of the true meaning of friendship.( April 16-6:30pm; April 22-2:15)

Birdscaping in the Midwest

On Tuesday, April 29 at 7:00pm, author Mariette Nowak will discuss her book BIRDSCAPING IN THE MIDWEST. The topic will be gardening with native plants to attract birds into your yard. Mariette Nowak has a Master’s degree in Botany and Zoology and is the past director of the Wehr Nature Center. This program is free and open to the public in the Community/Meeting Room on the first floor. For more information, please call Karen at 262-532-8912.

Social Networking @ MFPL

Interested in the latest book releases for teens? Looking for the most current teen program information? Make sure to check out our Teen Zone blog or “like” us on Facebook.

Shop Amazon and help the Library

Do you shop at Amazon? If so, you can help the library at no cost to yourself!

Click on any of the Amazon links located throughout this website or the library's catalog for more information.

Speak Up for Your Library

Speak Up for Your Library

We know you value the Menomonee Falls Public Library. Each time you attend one of our many programs, use a computer or check out a book, movie or music CD you make a continued investment in MFPL. And for that we'd like to thank you.

But the time has come for you to speak up and lend your voice in support!

Increasingly in today's political and economic climate, there are times when this library needs your voice, or when the libraries of the Waukesha County Federated Library System need your help.

Add your voice to the growing chorus! Click here to Speak Up for Your Library.

Public Domain eBooks

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Over 15,000 titles found in the public domain are now available in one place.

This downloadable collection of ePub books can be viewed on most eReaders, including Sony eReaders and the Nook. However, these eBooks will not work with Amazon's Kindle.

Start browsing the collection.

To view these eBooks on a computer, you will need to download and install Adobe Digital Editions.


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Friday–Saturday: 9–5

Sunday: Closed


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