Welcome to the Exhibit Room
The Waupaca Library Exhibit room shall be a space to provide cultural, historical, and educational displays free to the general public.
We exhibit 6-8 shows each year showcasing local artistry, industry, memorabilia and education. If you are interested in showing your collection, please read the Exhibit Room Policy to learn more about the use for this space. The Exhibit Room is made possible through generous support from the Waupaca Public Library Foundation.
The Exhibit Room is located in the lower level of the library (off of the Children’s Department) and exhibits are FREE and open to the public during regular library hours.
Currently on Display
Saturday, December 10, 2022 to Saturday, January 28, 2023
Women tells the story of women’s rights through Smithsonian poster exhibits “Votes for Women” and “Picturing Women Inventors”; “We Stand on Their Shoulders: A History of Wisconsin Women and Voting” from the Wisconsin Historical Society; and “I Am Not Invisible (IANI)“, an exhibit from the Wisconsin Veterans Museum. The IANI campaign strives to increase awareness and generate dialogue about the role of women veterans. In addition, paintings from noted Waupaca artist, Doris Weed, are on display, with her own artistic eye and wit for Women.
Women is on display in the lower level meeting rooms, adjacent to the Children’s Department, during regular library hours. Exhibits are always FREE and open to the public.
Join us on Monday January 30, 6p-7.30p to meet the artist, enjoy refreshments, and explore our Women exhibit at a reception for Doris Weed! Doris’s artwork is a vibrant addition to our exhibit-this is your chance to visit with this Waupaca treasure. Located in the lower level Exhibit Room, this event is FREE and open to the public.