Library Closed 1/22/2019

The library will be closed today as a result of icy conditions.  We hope to open tomorrow as normal.  Check back here or give us a call  (402-761-2937) for more information.

Have a good day.  Stay warm.  Stay safe.


Library Hours During Holidays

The Webermeier Library will close at 5pm on Thursday, December 20th, for Meeting and Job Interviews.

Library hours during Holidays will be as follows:

  • December 22nd – Closed
  • December 24th & 25th – Closed
  • December 26th & 27th – Open
  • December 28th through January 1st – Closed
  • January 2nd – Regular Hours Begin

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


Open Clerk Position-11/29/18 to 12/14/18

We are currently looking to fill a Clerk position. You can download an application from this website or come into the library for a paper copy. We will be accepting applications until December 14th.  The full job description and application can be viewed by clicking the Clerk Position link on the left.

Library Closings

The Library will be closed tonight, August 30th, at 5 pm for a Library function.

The Library will also be closed Friday, August 31st through Sept. 3, for Labor Day Weekend.

We will re-open Tuesday, Sept. 4th, with regular business hours.

New Books for August

Adult Fiction (Light Blue)

  • A Cold Case – Peter Turnbull
  • Ireland – Frank Delaney
  • Lost Empress – Sergio De La Pava
  • Star of the North – D.B. John
  • The Perfect Couple – Elin Hilderbrand
  • How Hard Can It Be? – Allison Pearson
  • Fool for Love – Marie Force
  • Cowboy Bold – Carolyn Brown
  • You Think It, I’ll Say It – Curtis Sittenfeld
  • Between You and Me – Susan Wiggs
  • A Steep Price – Robert Dugoni
  • The Ruin – Dervla McTiernan
  • 1984 – George Orwell
  • The Mars Room – Rachel Kushner
  • The Perfect Mother – Aimee Molloy

Christian Fiction (Light Green)

  • Another Angel of Love – Henry K. Ripplinger
  • Angel of Thanksgiving – Henry K. Ripplinger
  • The Angelic Occurrence – Henry K. Ripplinger
  • Angel Promises Fulfilled – Henry K. Ripplinger
  • Amish Celebrations – Beth Wiseman
  • When Through Deep Waters – Rachelle Dekker
  • Dead Drift – Dani Pettrey
  • In Forgotten Dreams – Tracie Peterson
  • Finding the Light – Suzanne Woods Fisher
  • The Best of Intentions – Susan Anne Mason
  • The House at Saltwater Point – Colleen Coble
  • Fire Storm – Laura V. Hilton

Graphic Novels (Bronze)

  • My Hero Academia: Vigilantes – Hideyuki Furuhashi
  • Garfield hogs the spotlight – Jim Davis
  • Hellboy: Strange Places – Mike Mignola


  • Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…and it’s all small stuff – Richard Carlson
  • I’ve Been Thinking – Maria Shriver
  • The War Against Boys – Christina Hoff Sommers
  • What’s the Matter with Kansas? – Thomas Frank
  • Redeeming Capitalism – Kenneth J. Barnes
  • The Vanishing American Adult – Ben Sasse
  • The Boy Crisis – Warren Farrell
  • Your Whole Life – Carol Showalter
  • The Book Whisperer – Donalyn Miller
  • The Casserole Queens Cookbook – Crystal Cook & Sandy Pollock

Science Fiction (Gray)

  • Sparrow Hill Road – Seanan McGuire
  • Vicious – V.E. Schwab
  • Mira’s Last Dance – Lois McMaster Bujold
  • The Cruel Prince – Holly Black

Western Fiction (Tan)

  • The Last Stand – Matt Braun
  • The U.P. Trail and The Call of the Canyon – Zane Grey

Young Adult (Dark Purple)

  • The World of the Hunger Games – Kate Egan
  • The Dead-Tossed Waves – Carrie Ryan
  • All the Little Lights – Jamie McGuire
  • The Agency – Y.S. Lee
  • The Victoria in my Head – Janelle Milanes
  • The Falling Between Us – Ash Parsons
  • The Hate U Give – Angie Thomas
  • The Fates Divide – Veronica Roth

Milford Family Fun Days

The Webermeier Library will be closed on Saturday, July 28th for Milford Family Fun Days. We will re-open on Monday, July 30th.

The Friends of the Library free will book sale will be located at The Milford Methodist Church on Saturday, July 28th from 8am to 3pm. We will be located in the main hallway.

Also, local author Mike Bockoven will be with us at the book sale on Saturday between 1 and 2:30pm to sign copies of his new book, Pack.