Volunteers help Friday Memorial Library enrich its services and will not be used to replace the work done by paid library staff. The volunteer program serves the needs throughout all library departments and services. The library staff and its volunteers work together for mutual satisfaction and for the benefit of the library and community. Anyone interested in volunteering must submit a completed and signed Volunteer Application.

Volunteer Policy

Hours & Directions

Mon 9am – 8pm
Tues 9am – 8pm
Wed 9am – 8pm
Thurs 9am – 8pm
Fri 9am – 6pm
Sat 9am – 3pm
Sunday Closed

Curbside Pickup Available.

Please call ahead for holiday hours.


Phone 715-243-0431
Fax 715-246-2691
Friday Memorial Library
155 East 1st Street
New Richmond, WI 54017

Curbside Pickup

Curbside pickup of materials is available as a convenience for any patron who needs it. Contact the library to schedule your pickup time and we will prepare your requested materials. Please allow adequate time for us to process your materials. If last-minute requests are made, we will do our best to accommodate timely pickups, but may not always be able to guarantee them. Please note that some items may not be eligible for curbside pickup. The size or value of an item may warrant indoor pickup only.

Materials will be located in a receptacle behind the curbside return box on the corner of Arch Avenue and First Street. Availability of curbside pickup services may be dependent on weather.

All items are checked out to the patron prior to being placed in the curbside pickup location, and any damages or loss of materials that may occur are the responsibility of the patron.


Book Club Support

The Friday Memorial Library is willing to provide assistance to book clubs in the community. Some of the ways we can do that include:

  • Recommendations and advice on title selection
  • Placing copies on hold for members of the book club

In order to provide this assistance to any book club, the Library needs to have the following information provided by the club:

  • The name and contact information for a point person who will be in charge of managing the club account.
  • Names of books that the club wishes to read
  • Dates of book club meetings

For further information on how we can support your book club, contact us at 715.243.0431.

Computers, Internet Access, Technology

Wireless Access

24 hour WIFI network for use both inside and outside the library walls. No login required.

WIFI Hotspots

WIFI Hotspots available for checkout with service through T-Mobile.

10 Public Internet Computers

Microsoft Office products installed.

Equipment for Checkout

Equipment cannot be requested through the MORE system. Call 715.243.0431 to schedule a time for use. Items must be picked up and returned to Friday Memorial Library.

Print, Copy, Scan, Fax

Print, Copy, Scan and Fax
Printing/Copying Rates:
black/white 8 1/2″ x 11″ 10¢ per page/side
black/white 8 1/2″ x 14″ 10¢ per page/side
black/white 11″ x 17″ 20¢ per page/side
color 8 1/2″ x 11″ 50¢ per page/side
color 8 1/2″ x 14″ 50¢ per page/side
color 11″ x 17″ $1.00 per page/side

Scan to an email or flash drive: Free


Library Fax Number: 715.246.2691

*Prices are the same for faxes sent or received. Pay at the front desk with cash or check. Debit/Credit cards are not accepted.

Local and Long Distance Faxes

50¢ for each page to the same number

International Faxes

$2.00 for the first page

$1.00 for each additional page to the same number

Get A Library Card

    Obtaining a library card is simple. Stop in and fill out a registration card or print one and fill it out. You must show a picture ID with your current address or other proof of residence with your current address, such as a bill or statement, piece of mail, printed check, or anything official that shows your name and current street address. Replacement cards are available for a $1 charge.

    If you are under 18, you will need a parent or guardian to show the proper ID and sign a statement of responsibility for you. Account notifications will be sent to the parent/guardian’s phone or email.

    Library cards should be updated every year. To update your card, stop in or call Friday Memorial Library at 715.243.0431 and talk to a librarian.

    Library Card Application Youth

    Library Card Application Adult

    You can also email your updates to info@newrichmondlibrary.org. There is no charge for updating. Please notify Friday Memorial Library of any address or phone number or email changes. You can find the date of your last update on your MORE account under your name.

    Get A Virtual Library Card

      MORE E-Card

      If you don’t have a library card from a MORE-member library and you’re a Wisconsin resident, you can get an e-card to use MORE’s shared electronic resources, including

      When you’ve completed the form, you’ll receive a numeric e-card code to log on to these resources. Please keep the code!

      Individuals only need one library record. If you already have a card issued at a MORE-member library, you don’t need an e-card.

      Contact the Library at 715-243-0431 for help using your library card, or with any other questions.

      Home Delivery Service

      Home Delivery is an outreach service in which selected material are delivered to the elderly, disabled, or others who find it difficult to get to the library. Participants must live within the New Richmond School District. Library staff selects the materials and the delivery service is provided by volunteers of Friday Memorial Library.

      Applying for a card

      Participants must have a library card for Home Delivery. Proof of current address is required. If you do not have a card, you must set one up before your Home Delivery application will be approved.

      What can be borrowed?

      Friday Memorial Library materials include:

      • Books, large and regular print
      • Audiobooks
      • Magazines
      • DVDs
      • Music CDs
      • Launchpads

      How long may I borrow the items?

      The materials are checked out for 4 weeks. There are never overdue fines, however fees for lost or damaged materials will be assessed as necessary.

      If there a fee for this service?

      If you are eligible, there is no cost for this service.

      Tax Resources

      Limited Wisconsin and Federal forms and instructions are available at the Library.

      Additional forms or instructions can be printed for 10 cents per page.

      Request an automatic extension of time to file a U.S. individual income tax return: Form 4868

      Get Ready

      Communications and outreach campaign to educate as many taxpayers as possible about steps they can take in December regarding changes that could affect their ability to timely file their tax returns and get their refunds as quickly as possible.

      Taxpayer Assistance

      Federal Income Tax Questions: 1-800-829-1040 FREE

      Federal Refund Information: 1-800-829-4477 FREE

      Wisconsin Income Tax Questions: 1-608-266-2772 

      Wisconsin Refund Information: 1-866-947-7363 FREE

      Minnesota Income Tax Questions: 1-800-652-9094 FREE

      AARP Foundation Tax-Aide provides in-person and virtual tax assistance to anyone free of charge with a special focus on taxpayers who are over 50 or have low to moderate income.


      Test Proctoring

      If you are taking an online course or a professional certification class that requires proctored exams, we have you covered. Staff is available to proctor during weekday hours of operation.

      Contact the Library at 715-243-0431 to make arrangements for a proctor.