Got a new iPad, Nook, Kindle or smartphone over the holidays? Or planning to buy one?
Come to our Digital Petting Zoo!
Learn how to use the Library's free e-books and downloadable audiobooks.
Try out our devices or bring your own.
Stop by the library over the holiday week and pick up a good book or great movie to start your new year off!
Library hours over the holidays:
Close at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 22, through Christmas Day, December 25
Open Wednesday, December 26 through 2 p.m. Saturday, December 29
Close at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 9 through New Year's Day, January 1
Open regular hours starting Wednesday, January 2
Come to the library in December for special programs for all ages: gingerbread houses, author and music events, puppet shows, teen crafts, and even a teddy bear tea party!
This year the library will be OPEN the last week of December.
Libraries will be closed for two holiday weekends:
Thinking of starting a book club? Already have a book discussion group going? The latest list of titles available to your group is now available.
Books include fiction and non-fiction from our general book discussion groups as well as mystery titles from our past mystery discussions.
Register to vote, find your polling place, research ballot measures, and track election results through the links in our Elections page.
Kids! Do you need an encyclopedia article for your homework? A biography of Beyoncé? A photograph of a phalarope? A recipe from Romania? A map of Minnesota?
We have online versions of the California missions Fact Cards, the World Book encyclopedia, Wildlife Encyclopedia, and CultureGrams, so you can look up the same facts on your computer at home as you can look up in the reference books at the library.
Check out all our great homework databases, free from anywhere with your library card. Need help getting started, or help with the reference books in the library? Ask your librarian next time you're in the library. Good luck on your homework!
Today our new e-books are available for you to borrow.
Quick start guides are here, covering what to install and how to check out and download your books on Android, Kindle/Kindle Mobile, iPad/iPod/iPhone, and Nook.
Want more e-books? Okay! This page lists other kinds of e-books you can get with your library card. Borrow from Open Library, sample local authors' works, or download PDF copies of up-to-date legal books and test prep books.
Want to read library books on your Kindle, Nook, or iPad? Starting Thursday, September 6, you will be able to browse and check out e-books for your computer, tablet, or e-book reader. E-books will be available in formats including PDF, EPUB, and Kindle.