Public Library

Allen-Dietzman Public Library

220 W. Barber Ave.
Livingston, WI

Phone: (608) 943-6801

Summer Hours:

Mon. 1:00pm-6:00pm
Wed. 12:30pm-7:30pm,
Thurs. 9:00am-Noon and 1pm to 4pm

Winter Hours:

Mon. 1:00pm-6:00pm
Wed. 12:30pm-7:30pm,
Thurs. 9:00am-Noon
Sat. 9:00am-Noon

Local papers available at the Library!

Stop and catch up on the local happenings.


Library Valentine Fundraiser


Forms and envelopes are available at Community First Bank, the post office, and the library. Starts today through February 10th.

Fill out a form for each person you wish to honor. Put it in the envelope and drop it in the bank's Valentine box, at the Library or in the Library Book Drop Box. Enclose a donation of $2.00 or more for each Valentine.

Valentines will be made and hung by the Library board members on the Community Tree by the new bank sign. You may take your Valentines on Sunday, Feb. 14 to give to your recipients or leave them for all to enjoy.

Your support for our local library is greatly appreciated and needed during this "unprecedented times". The library has many books, newspapers, DVDs, BIG PRINT BOOKS, and unlimited resources for you to request books, etc. from other libraries and have them delivered to Livingston. Current and new patrons are always welcome!
Library hours are Mon. 1:00pm-6:00pm Wed. 12:30pm-7:30pm, Thurs. 9:00am-Noon, Sat. 9:00am-Noon





We can now request books through inter-library loan.



To place an order call Livingston Library at 943-6801 during regular library hours

  • we can order books from the Livingston Library AND also place reserves from other libraries
  • only Livingston Library patrons can place an order
  • please have a title, author or subject ready to give when ordering
  • return books in the library book-drop

Please note your book "pick-up" information will be given at the time of your book order.


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Livingston Library receives small Grant!

"Growing Wisconsin readers" is a new statewide, public-library based early literacy initiative that brings together caregivers of young children and early childhood advocates with a simple message. . .READ TO YOUR CHILDREN!

Forty libraries received small grants to establish or enhance early library projects. Thanks to Mary Sue Divine at the Allen-Dietzman Library in Livingston for her work in developing either a 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program or an Early Literacy Activity Area. This kind of work at public libraries is getting national attention!

Our little Livingston Library did it!