Join us for an online program: The Martians are coming!
On the Eve of Halloween 1938, a young actor/director broadcast a radio drama based on a 40-year-old novel: The War of the Worlds. While the original broadcast had a relatively low audience, the impact it had, and continues to have, on American Culture is staggering. But how much of that impact was reality, and how much has been exaggerated over the years? Attend this illustrated lecture, and learn the real story! Mrs. Keyes will be delighting audiences with her presentation on Friday, October 30th at 6:30 pm.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. For questions on how to access Zoom, please contact Whitney at
The Library is Open!
Know Before You Go:
Please practice physical distancing in the library. Masks are required. Handwashing stations and masks will be available in the library. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Please limit your visit to 30 minutes. Curbside service will still be available during all open hours. Public use computers and printing are available. No meetings or programs will be held in the library community room or meeting room at this time.
The outdoor book-drop is open.
Thank you for your trust and understanding while we work together to make the library a safe place for our community. We are excited to see you at the library!
Curbside Pick Up Information:
Place requests for library materials HERE
Or call 920-326-4640, send an email to
, or place a hold on LinkCat (for items owned by Randolph and available)
We are now offering curbside service! We are excited to serve you again and we are working hard to give you access to our materials in a way that protects the safety of our community and library staff. At this time we are only loaning materials that are owned by our library—including DVDs, Blu-Ray, Audio Books, Magazines, and Books.
Information we need from you when you make a reqest:
1. Your Name or Library Card #
2. Your phone # so we can schedule pick-up
3. Title / Author information
4. Can we make substitutions with similar titles or authors if we cannot find what you are looking for?
*All items have a due date of July 1st and will be extended if necessary
*If you wish to return items, please put them in the book drop —they will be cleaned and quarantined before being checked-in
Thank you for your patience during this time!
Check Out E-books and Audiobooks with Libby!
Did you know that you can checkout e-books and audiobooks for free with your library card? Now is it easier than ever to access e-materials on your phone, tablet, or e-reader by using the Libby app from Overdrive. Learn more by clicking the image above or stop by the Hutchinson Memorial Library today to talk to our librarian or schedule an appointment to learn how to download and use the Libby app!
Read along with the Book Club and join us at the library! The Book Club meets every month at 10 am on a Tuesday. All are welcome to join. For questions about the book club call the library at 920-326-4640 or email
2020 Book Club Picks:
January 14th A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy
February 11th At the Water's Edge by Sara Gruen
March 10th The Tuscan Child by Rhys Bowen
April 14th The Alice Network by Kate Quinn
May State of Wonder by Ann Patchett