Waseca LeSueur Regional Library

Your public library for information and recreational reading




Large book collection for all ages and interests, adults, children and young adults: nonfiction and fiction.


Dvd’s – Videotapes – Audiobooks
State and federal tax forms
Drop box to return library materials anytime
Magazines – Newspapers
Summer reading program for children and young adults – Story hour for preschoolers
Interlibrary loan – Receive library materials that Waseca doesn’t own.
Reference and information service – Public photocopier – Fax machine
Public access computers offer Internet, Microsoft office and printing. Call ahead and reserve a time slot or drop in.

Online library catalog – Request items, check your account and renew. Go to Tds catalog. Can’t find what you want in our Tds catalog? Check other Minnesota libraries. Go to MnLink.

Online databases – Magazines, newspapers, reference articles, ebooks, novelist (readers guide to fiction), and Minnesota reflections (Minnesota history resources) are all available to search from home. There are also age appropriate sections for children and young adults for homework, and a Spanish language section. Go to and click on the green tab of the service you want to use.

Your first library card is free and is necessary to use many of our resources in the library and online.

Open hours –
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday – 9:00 a.m. until 8:30 p.m.
Thursday and Friday – 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Saturday – 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., except June through August when the library is open from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

Waseca LeSueur Regional Library
408 N. State Street

Waseca LeSueur Regional Library is located in the scenic Trowbridge Park area on the north edge of downtown Waseca.

Traverse des Sioux Library System website

Director Stacy Lienemann
507-835 2910


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