As we grow older, we do not become less interested in the world around us: we are still alive, growing, and learning. For many of us, libraries are the place where everything began....a place where all is possible. The library is still a place where we can go to open doors and minds.
Learn the names of the parts of computer and how they interact, create and save documents, search the internet, and learn all about our
online resources and how to use them. Learn more about this four week course, or contact Ruth for more information or to register for the course.
Not sure how to use our online catalogue? Learn how to get started.
We offer a large selection of large print books. Large print books have typeface or font that are much larger than usual.
Volunteers provide access to library materials for those who are unable to visit the library. We bring the library to your home. Do you know someone that would benefit from this program? Read more about our Visiting Library program, contact your library, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of the Library is a non-profit, volunteer group dedicated to helping and improving the role of the Public Library in our communities. Volunteer projects and fundraising events help the library meet its mission of opening doors and minds. Meetings are held on the third Monday of the month. Contact the Friends of the Library or contact your library.