715-268-9340 | library@amerylibrary.org | Hours: Mon - Fri 9-6, Sat 9-1



  • free wireless access
  • network name – “publiclibrary.”

Public Computers

  • 8 public computers
  • equipped with MS Office.
  • Maximum computer time is 3 hours per day if there is no wait list

Beginning Computer Skills

Individualized help with using a mouse/keyboarding, email accounts, search engines, printing and internet basics.

Fax Service

We provide free sending and receiving of faxes.


To send a fax:

  1. Scan and send your documents to this email: library@amerylibrary.org  (if you do not have a PDF copy of the document you need to fax, come to the library and we can help you scan your document to create the PDF file)
  2. Alert a staff member that you have emailed a document to the library email account and are ready to send a fax
  3. Staff will upload your document to hellofax.com and send it to the fax number you provide

To receive a fax:

  1. Give this number to the person sending you a fax: 1-715-802-6261 – please have them include a cover page with your name  on it
  2. Contact us to let you know you will be receiving a fax
  3. When the fax arrives we will contact you to pick-it up


  • free copying, scanning, faxing, and emailing documents
  • print from your mobile, tablet or laptop with Princh
  • printing and photocopying
    • 10 free pages per person per day
    • additional pages:
      • 10 cents per page for black and white
      • 25 cents per page for color

    Microfilm Reader

    • owned by the Amery Historical Society, and now located at the Amery Free Press

    3D Printer

    UPDATE: Due to ongoing technical difficulties and a long waitlist, we are pausing new 3D print requests until further notice. Thank you for your patience!

    A 3D printer uses computer software to print out 3-dimensional plastic objects layer-by-layer.

    How do I use the library’s 3D printer?
    1. Make a design using a program like Tinkercad OR find a design created by someone else on a website like Printables or Thingiverse.
    2. Fill out the Google form at https://forms.office.com/r/Nmu7t9AT5c. A library staff member will contact you to schedule an appointment.
    3. Attend your 3D printing appointment to have your design approved (and make minor adjustments as necessary).
    4. Wait for it to print! You are free to leave the library after your appointment and will be notified when your design has been successfully printed.

    One print may be made per person per month while supplies last. The print must fit within the dimensions of 6 inches x 6 inches x 6 inches and must not use more than 100 grams of filament. As long as everything fits within these restrictions, it is OKAY to print out multiple objects at once!