The Brigham Memorial Library came about when Henry Brigham donated his home to the Village of Sharon. The library opened on January 22, 1916 with Rose Dullam as the first Librarian. In 1994, after a successful fund raising effort, two new rooms were built on to the original house. The library is listed on the State Historic Registry.
Extract from the library’s missions statement as adopted by the Library Board of Trustees
“The Brigham Memorial Library provides resources and services to all Village and Town of Sharon residents as well as those serviced by the Lakeshores Library System regardless of age, race, gender, creed, religious affiliation, social or economic background. We strive to fulfill our patron’s informational and recreational needs by making accessible a broad collection of materials representing varied viewpoints in a variety of media.”
Intellectual Freedom Statement
The Brigham Memorial Library Board of Trustees affirms the American Library Association’s Library Bill of Rights as guidelines for materials selection and retention.
Library Programs: February 2016
Click here for events at the library in February.
Individuals may call the IRS and WI Department of Revenue to order tax forms to be sent by US Mail:
WI Department of Revenue: 608.266.1961
Tax forms can be downloaded and printed at our public computers. $0.25/page for black and white printing.
Questions? Just ask us!
Donate to the Library:
We accept gently used books (paperback and hardcover), music CDs, and DVDs. Recent / current bestsellers (fiction and nonfiction) and children’s picture books are especially appreciated. You can also browse our list of most-wished for craft, office/admin, and tech supplies via our Amazon wishlist (just click the button below). Thank you! Your donations benefit the entire community.