The Winding Rivers Library System now offers Mango Languages – short, self-paced natural language learning tutorials you can access online, anytime, and on multiple devices! Mango offers over 70 languages to choose from, including French, Japanese, German, Mandarin Chinese, ESL, and more!

Click on the Mango link above to get started, all you need is your Library Card and PIN number!!



We’re in the process of remodeling and building!


Welcome to the New Lisbon Memorial Library, a place for creativity and history, technology and print resources, community services and fun!

Our library began as part of City Hall in 1937, expanded to its own brick building in 1956, and is currently undergoing a renovation and expansion, which will double its size and open the doors for more services and programming.

Community members and visitors are invited to use all the library has to offer!


Sneak Peek of Our New Library

Every community should have a library that their citizens can be proud of! Here is a sneak peek of what’s in store for the New Lisbon Memorial Library. We are so excited and proud of all the amazing support we have had from our community members!!

To make a donation, please click on the “Donate” button to the right, or visit http://newlisbonfriends.com/.  Thank you for helping us turn this dream into reality!


The Library Needs Your Help!

Just click on the “Donate” button at the right of the page!!
All donations will automatically be deposited into the Library’s Building Fund and are greatly appreciated.

  The Vision:library rendering


β€œLibraries store the energy that fuels the imagination. They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve, and contribute to improving our quality of life. Libraries change lives for the better.” 
― Sidney Sheldon

2 Responses to Home

  1. Pat White says:

    I am so very proud of the New Lisbon community working so hard to make the dream of a new addition to the library come true. I know two ladies who would be so excited to see this ongoing progress , Ethel Dowden and my mother, Margaret White, the first library board president . Pat White

  2. Don Rosine says:

    We’re all getting excited about the library progress. Waa hoo!

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