Does the Library have internet-enabled computers available to the public?

Yes, the Library has work stations with word processing and internet access. Most of these stations have 30 minute access periods. Computers are available on a first come, first served basis. We also provide the ability to check out laptops and iPads for use within the library. These items cannot be checked out for use outside of the library building.

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1. How do I place a hold on an item?
2. How do I renew an item online?
3. How do I check when my items are due?
4. How do I get an item that the library does not have?
5. How do I recommend that the library purchase a book it does not have?
6. How much are fines?
7. What if I lose library materials?
8. How long can I keep library materials?
9. Are there any limits to how many library materials I can check out?
10. Who do I call if I have a concern?
11. Does the library accept donations?
12. Does the library have a meeting room available?
13. Who created the art that is hanging on your walls?
14. How can I have my art displayed on your walls?
15. When is the next board meeting?
16. Can I come to the board meeting?
17. How do I get a library card?
18. Does the Library have internet-enabled computers available to the public?
19. Does the Library have free wireless internet access available?