Services available to library patrons and the general public – all of them free, except for copying, printing and faxing documents.
Ancestry.com – this is the library version of this popular database. It is free to anyone and must be used in the library.
Community Room- Carnegie Room – upstairs in the oldest part of our library and is available for use by local and area educational, civic, cultural, community, professional or government groups. To use the Carnegie Room, the group’s representative must read the MEETING ROOM POLICY, click here, and agree to it and then fill out the ROOM RESERVATION FORM, click here. This form is to be handed in person to the front desk personnel in the library prior to the meeting.
We have two e-book services:
OverDrive is one:
All of these devices can be used with “Overdrive” and there are many, many more besides even these devices. Check it out to see if you can use your mobile device by going to: http://www.overdrive.com/resources/drc/
Check out ebooks, audiobooks, videos and music for free for two weeks.
check out our other new e-book service:
with this e-book service, every patron is given 5 tokens a week,
books have token values and unused tokens can be rolled over. Check it out!
Copying & Printing Documents
You can print from the library’s computers. It cost $.15 a page with the first 3 pages free. Your copies are printed at the front desk. Please pay at the front desk.
The library has a copy machine available for general use. Black and white copies are $.15 a page and color copies are $.50 a page. Please pay at the front desk.
You can now fax your documents here at the library with our new Book Scan Station Document Center. It is $1.00 a page which can be paid right at the document center in the new cash machine.
Tax Forms are available during the tax season.