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
Waupaca History 101:Our Indigenous and Immigrant Story
Learn more about Waupaca’s earliest inhabitants, and our historic and current day immigrants. This exhibit is the first chance to explore our newly digitized historic newspapers, generously funded through the Wisconsin Humanities Council, the Waupaca Library Foundation and community donors. Waupaca History 101 features traveling exhibits from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, the Ho-Chunk Museum, Oshkosh Public Museum, and the Waupaca Historical Society, and is open October 28-December 9. Exhibits at the library are located in the lower level Exhibit Room, and are free and open to the public during regular library hours.