Services

Meeting Rooms

Meeting room space is provided for library programs and other public meetings of an informational, educational, cultural, or civic nature. Library-sponsored programs have priority over all other groups, followed by government, non-profit, and then for-profit organizations. No fees may be charged by individuals or groups using the meeting rooms. Fees may be approved to cover costs of materials for short-term classes or workshops.

The library has two meeting rooms, a main Meeting Room, located near the entrance, and a story time room, accessible from the children’s area inside the library.

The main meeting room will accommodate 50 persons seated and 10 tables. It has a sink, dry erase board, projection screen, wireless outlets, an AV cart with a TV and DVD, overhead projector, and LCD projector, which may be used by prior arrangements. Room configuration must be put back the way it was found.

The story time room will accommodate 12 persons seated and 2 tables. It has a sink. Room configuration must be put back the way it was found.

Food and drink are allowed in both rooms.

If you’re interested in using one of the rooms, please fill out and return to the library the attached meeting room application form at least one week before the date requested. The library will contact the person who completed the request to confirm the reservation.

Computer Use

Ask at the front desk to use the computer lab. Your library card will be held at the front desk until you are finished using the computer. Out-of-state/out-of-county residents may use a public computer outside the lab on a first-come, first-served basis.

There is a time limit of ONE HOUR for general computer use and 30 MINUTES for Internet use. These limits are enforced when the lab is busy. The Internet is filtered on all but one of the computers. Only patrons aged 18 and up may use the unfiltered computer. Parents and guardians, not the library or its staff, are responsible for the Internet information selected or accessed by their children.

Services

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Internet access

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WiFi during library hours

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Online databases available in the library or from home

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Meeting room available with a capacity of 50 (complete an application for use of the meeting room)

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Federal tax forms (January through April)

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Volunteer opportunities

Equipment

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Public access fax machine

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Public access copier with enlarging and reducing capabilities

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Watt detector for loan

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Talking book cassette players from the Nebraska Library Commission (exchanges only)

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Public access AccuCut machine

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Laminator

Available for checkout:

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Books, including large print books

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Magazines

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Books-on-tape, books-on-CD, and Playaways

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Music CDs

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DVDs

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Cake pans

Programs

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Educational and entertaining Lunch & Learn events

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One-on-One technology assistance

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Special children’s activities and events

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Toddler and parent story time (18 months to 3 years old)

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Baby Reads (0-18 months)

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Holiday story and craft time

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Teen book clubs and other programs

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Adult book clubs and Coloring Club