FAQ

Yes, after 3 years library cards do expire. To renew your card come to the library, we will verify your information and then renew your card.

Yes there is an after hours drop box outside of the library, books dropped off after hours will be counted as having been returned the previous day the library was open.

Books/Audiobooks—2 weeks unless otherwise stated on book spine or audiobook box, unlimited number.
Music CDs—2 week checkout.
DVDs—1 week checkout.

Let us know when you lose your card, so we can deactivate it. That way it cannot be misused.  Lost or stolen library cards can be replaced for $1.00.

The countywide Public Library Summer Reading Program is open to children and teens of all ages. Program components include 4 reading levels: Read Aloud (birth-4 years), Elementary (ages 5-9), Tween (ages 10-12) and the Teen level (ages 13-19).

The Public Library Summer Reading Program begins during the first week of June and runs until mid-August.

The Overdrive website provides online video tutorials.  There are also cards available showing step by step for different platforms.  You may ask one of our staff members.  If you are really having difficulty, call 394-2651 and ask for the Reference department.

The 1st page is $1.00
2nd – ? is .50

Black and White is .20
Color .50
Full page color $1.00

YES, library board member, Niki Barnes offers resume writing help with an appointment.  Call the library at 610-593-6683 or 610-593-6687  to make your appointment.  Resume help sessions are held at the library.