I’m going on vacation and don’t want you to call about my book while I am gone. What can I do?
You can place your holds on suspension. To suspend or reactivate requests, and specify the date to reactivate them: Select the check box by the title for each request that you want to suspend or reactivate, and click Suspend/Reactivate Selected Requests (or click Suspend/Reactivate All Requests to suspend or reactivate all your requests). The Suspend/Reactivate Hold Requests dialog box appears. Type the date when suspended requests should be reactivated, or type today’s date to reactivate an inactive request. Type the date in the format mm/dd/year (for example, 3/05/2015 for March 5, 2015). Click Submit.. You can use this feature when you place a hold, or modify an existing hold. You may call the Library at 262-782-4140 (option 1) or use the Online Catalog and My Account on the web.Holds

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1. Logging in the Library Catalog
2. How do I get a library card?
3. Can my child get a library card?
4. Can I pay for my Library fines online?
5. How can I renew items?
6. What is pre-overdue email notification?
7. Can I place a hold on an item that is checked out?
8. How long can I keep an item?
9. I’m going on vacation and don’t want you to call about my book while I am gone. What can I do?
10. How do I get a replacement for a lost card?
11. If I forget my library card can I still check out materials?
12. I have a business/work in Brookfield. Can I get a library card?
13. I am a teacher in the Brookfield area. Can I get a library card?
14. What is self check?
15. What is CAFE?
16. Can I use my card at other libraries?