Gov. Walker Helps Dedicate Olson Library in Eagle River

Dec 15, 2017

Olson Library
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Governor Walker was among those at the ribbon-cutting of the newly renovated Walter E. Olson Memorial Library in Eagle River.

WXPR's Don Sidlowski has more....

Below is more information from Governor Walker's office: Governor Scott Walker visited Eagle River today to commemorate the re-grand opening of the Walter E. Olson Memorial Library. The library, which has operated in Eagle River since 1910, recently underwent renovations, doubling in space to over 11,000 square feet. Walter E. Olson Memorial Library was founded in 1910 by Eagle River residents who started a book sharing association, and has grown to a Joint Library supported by Towns of Lincoln, Cloverland, Washington, St. Germain, Conover, and the City of Eagle River. After shifting locations several times throughout its history, the library has grown from its humble origins to an over-11,000 square foot facility and a staple of the community