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Adult Services

Library Services for Adults

Services by Interest

Seniors particularly enjoy the large print collection, Playaways and books on tape.

Homebound patrons will benefit from the "Titles to Go" program which will deliver books to the door.

Volunteers help either in the Library or through the Friends organization.

Teachers may apply for a teacher card that can be used to check out items to supplement their classrooms.

Families enjoy many of our services and programs together, but check out the Children's and Teen's pages for age-specific services.

Travelers & Commuters use Audio Books and Playaways for long journeys.

Job Seekers benefit from how-to books on resumes, and online resources. Many people use the public computers to create resumes and apply online for jobs.

Readers can browse our online Catalog, or search for items around the world in Worldcat. Online databases such as NoveList, and the Thursday Book Club and Adult summer reading program encourage discussion on literary matters.

Life-long learners access how-to books on a variety of subjects, online reference resources that cover many disciplines and reference staff to help answer your questions. Books on specialized topics can be borrowed through our Interlibrary Loan service.