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Get a Library Card

If you live in our service area, you may get a library card free of charge, as part of your tax-supported library service.

Your library card allows you to:

To get a library card, you need a photo form of identification with your current address on it.  If your photo form of identification is not current, you will need to also show two bills with your current address and name on it.

Patrons under the age of 16 must have their card filled out and signed by a parent or legal guadrian.


Renew Library Card:

Bring in your library card with your photo form of identification and we will renew your card for two more years.

Replace Library Card:

There is a $5.00 charge for lost cards.  If the card is worn out and damaged, the library will replace it for no charge.  You need to bring your card in for replacement.

You will have to show a current photo form of identification to obtain a new card.



Renew Books

Renew Materials:

You will not be able to renew you materials when:



Get a Newsfeed of Library Headlines

This website has several "feeds", which allow you to automatically receive links to news and events as they're posted on the site. Using feeds is a convenient way to keep up with as many blogs, news sites, and other websites as you like. For a quick tutorial about feeds and how they work, see Common Craft's RSS in Plain English video.

Feeds are marked with a special icon Feed icon, which you click to "subscribe" to the feed by adding it to whichever program you use as a feed reader (see below). 

Feeds on this site include:

There are a number of tools available for subscribing to and reading feeds. Here are a few examples:

Each tool has its own specific instructions for adding feeds, but the process is usually as simple as pasting in the feed's address or selecting from a menu.