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2019 Tax Forms

We did pre-order tax forms, however we don't know when they are going to arrive or what is going to arrive when! We apologize for the delay. At this time, there is still no word from the IRS or State on why the forms have still not been sent. As of 2/18/20 the form(s) we have so far still include only:

1040 & 1040 SR & Booklet

You can also print your own forms from here:

https://www.irs.gov/forms-instructions (Federal)

https://www.revenue.wi.gov/Pages/Form/2019Individual.aspx (State)

You can print tax forms and booklets at the Library for 10 cents a page. 

A Fine Free Future is Here!

Starting January 1, 2020 the Kaukauna Public Library will be fine free!!! This means no more ten cent per item, per day charges! Stop in and we will wipe your fines as long as you are a Kaukauna card holding patron! While this does not apply to billed items, the Library wants you to have an account in good standing. If you have old billed items but are scared to bring them in because of the late fines, bring them in now and we will clear your account! Have billed items on your account and still can't find them? Please come in- we want to work with you to get your account in good standing! We are really nice- promise! 

 

 

Fine Free FAQ

NEA Big Read: 2020 Fox Cities Reads Selection

The NEA Big Read: 2020 Fox Cities Reads title is The Late Homecomer by Kao Kalia Yang. Kao Kalia Yang was born in a Hmong refugee camp in Thailand and moved when she was six with her family to St. Paul, Minnesota, home to the largest concentration of Hmong in the country. They began their life in the U.S. living on welfare in public housing until her parents took on multiple jobs to feed their family. To fill her time, especially during the long winters and because she couldn't afford to attend movies or concerts, Yang would read. While she loved books like the Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder, Yang recalls asking the librarian for books about people like her. "She gave me a book about the Chinese, the Japanese, the Vietnamese, but she couldn't give me a book about Hmong kids." That was one of her first callings to write, which was easier for her than speaking English. Yang will be speaking in the Fox Cities April 16 & 17, 2020. Click here for more information on Kao Kalia Yang and the Fox Cities Book Festival.