We need your help to raise $4 million to build the new Marshfield Public Library and Community Center.Your gift or pledge will help build connections among neighbors, friends and fellow Marshfield citizens – today and for generations to come.
The new Library and Community Center:-- A new two-story Marshfield Public Library designed for the digital age, at the corner of South Maple Avenue and Veterans Parkway
-- The existing library building repurposed into a multi-generational Community Center
-- A light-filled enclosed entrance and lobby connecting both buildings and two parking lots
-- Easy access for pedestrians, motorists and cyclists,in the heart of Marshfield, Wisconsin
A public-private partnership:The Building Connections Capital Campaign is for $4 million in private funds, to be added to $3 million the Marshfield Common Council committed in 2012, which will cover the costs of the $7 million project, slated to begin in 2016.
For more information:Learn about giving opportunities, find how to get involved, or request more information at:
Building Connections Capital Campaign co-chairs:Tom & Laura Drendel: 715-387-0602 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Bill & Karen Hocking: 715-387-3645 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Joe & Ginny Mazza: 715-676-2173 firstname.lastname@example.org
Download a pledge sheet, fill it out and mail to:
Marshfield Public Library & Community Center Campaign
PO Box 97
Marshfield, WI 54449
• Or donate via PayPal at this link:
The Marshfield Public Library and Community Center (MPLCC) Fund has been established at the Marshfield Area Community Foundation to receive and manage donations. All gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. You can make a pledge (up to five years) or a cash gift to the MPLCC Fund.
In the news:
Watch our videos:Library Director Lori Belongia and Capital Campaign Co-Chair Dr. William Hocking talk with Dr. Mathew Bartkowiak about the status of the Library & Community Center project. Recorded June 25, 2014.
Building Connections The New Library and Community Center
Marshfield Public Library & Community Center Press Conference - 6/24/14
In-depth: Learn more about the projectCase Statement – how the project addresses current and future needs
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions – about mission, cost, funding, technology and more
Floor plans and architectural drawingsLibrary Interior
Floor Plan and Site Plan
Shaping the vision:Design Charrette Summary (pdf) 2010
Space Needs Assessment (pdf)
2010 Road TripDeForest Public Library (pdf)
DeForest Senior & Community Center (pdf)
New Berlin Public Library (pdf)
Fond du Lac Public Library (pdf)