Friends of the Sun Prairie Public Library

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**Friends Annual Meeting
Monday, Nov. 9, 6:00pm**

The Friends of the Library will hold their Annual Meeting via Zoom this year. Zoom details were sent out to members in the Fall Newsletter. If you have questions about attending this year's Annual Meeting, please email the Friends.

If you are not able to attend the meeting, but would like to vote by proxy, please print and fill out this Proxy Form and return it to the library by Thursday, November 5.

2020 Annual Meeting Agenda



Panorama photo of Read Before Bookstore

The Read Before Bookstore is Sun Prairie's only store for used books!


2020 Writing Contest

Due to the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the community and the library, the 2020 Writing Contest has been suspended until further notice.
We apologize for the inconvenience.


2019 Writing Contest: "Why I Love My Library"

View or download the 2019 Anthology - Grades K-5 submissions (.pdf)

View or download the 2019 Anthology - (Grades 6-12 and Adult submissions) (.pdf)

Winners of the 2019 Dick Wanless Memorial Writing Contest:
Grades K-5: Tanish Premnath
Grades 6-12: Madeline Shea

Adults: Katie TerBeek

We congratulate the three winning authors, and applaud everyone who submitted their writings.

Thank you for helping us to make this writing contest a success!
This project was funded by the Dick Wanless Memorial Fund.

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Your donation to the Friends supports Sun Prairie Library programs, collections and other services.

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Friends of the Sun Prairie Public Library Sculpture Project

The Friends of the Sun Prairie Public Library has installed "Sun Prairie," a stainless steel sculpture with fused glass rounds, on the southeast corner of the library grounds.  On September 9, 2016, the sculpture was given to the library at a dedication ceremony featuring the Wisconsin Brass Quintet. The sculpture was designed by Dale Rogers of Haverhill, Massachusetts.  Any questions can be submitted to