What’s at the Library?

Resources

Resources available at the library, such as books, CDs, DVDs, magazines, games, computers, Internet access and more

Books

Libraries carry many categories of books such as fiction, nonfiction and reference. Believe it or not, we keep current on the popular best seller lists. Try us and see, if you don’t find what you like, let us know and we’ll get it!

Movies

Save money and cut down on errand time by picking up your weekend movie at your local library. We carry an assortment of DVDs for entertainment and education.

Bond with your children while watching blockbusters like Iron Man. Pick up that documentary you have been meaning to watch. Whether you want informative films such as Iron Jawed Angels, or foreign films like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, libraries are a great place to look for them.

Music

Assorted genres of music can be found at libraries, from the latest album by Taylor Swift to Broadway hits. Many libraries offer eclectic music collections that span much of music’s history. Find out more about your local library’s music collection by visiting one near you.

Reference Librarians

Reference librarians not only know the library like the palm of their hands, they also have a wide knowledge of authors, technology and more. If you need help finding a book or category, or want a book recommendation, ask a readers advisory librarian.

Computers/Printers/ Copiers

If you don’t have a computer, copier or printer at home, you can able to access these technologies at your local library. Whether you want to print out a grocery list, send an e-mail or print out documents, libraries may have the resources to help.

Internet

Most libraries offer free Internet access. You can use your local library’s Internet to job hunt on sites such as CareerBuilder or Craigslist, check music venues or find show times for movies. The Internet is a great resource for finding information for school or business projects. If you don’t have an Internet connection at home, take advantage of this resource at a library near you.

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