Learn the Basics of What Your Library Offers

  1. General Services
  2. Technology Services

Library Visitors Working on a LaptopBook-A-Librarian

Need help learning to use a PC, create a resume, navigate the Internet, setup an email, etc? Sign-up for 1-on-1 assistance with library staff. Contact your preferred location to schedule a time.

Books-On-Wheels

In partnership with Meals-On-Wheels, participants may sign up to receive library materials delivered to your door through our Books-On-Wheels program. For information on getting started, call 325-676-6025.

Community Bulletin Board

All locations offer space to display events, resources, etc. If you wish to have something added, visit the Main Library (202 Cedar St.) and talk to Information Services Manager Janis Test.  She can save you time in getting your materials posted in all three branches. Posted materials must adhere to our Community Board Guidelines.

Free Tax Help

In conjunction with the American Association for Retired People (AARP), we offer an annual service where trained Internal Revenue Service volunteers assist the public in e-Filing your taxes, at no charge, on a first-come, first-served basis. These services are offered February through April.

Meeting Room 2Meeting Rooms

Meeting rooms are available at all locations. Rooms are free for non-profits, $10 per hour for other organizations at the Main Library and Mockingbird Branch and $50 for the first two hours at the South Branch location with an optional $25 fee for use of advanced audio/visual equipment.

For information on reserving a room, contact the Main Library at 325-676-6328, the Mockingbird Branch at 325-437-7323, or the South Branch at 325-698-7565. You may also find information on our meeting room use in our Policies Section.

Notary Services

Each branch library has a certified notary. It’s preferred you call ahead to ensure you can be seen; however, notary services are not available an hour before closing. For more information, or to schedule a time, contact the Main Library at 325-676-6025, the South Branch Library at 325-698-7565, or the Mockingbird Branch Library at 325-437-7323.

Genealogy Collection and SeatingPeriodicals (Magazines & Newspapers)

All locations offer a selection for public use. Newspapers and current issues of magazines are for in-house use only and back issues of magazines are able to be checked out.

Presentations (In-House & Community)

Library staff is equipped to go out in the community to speak to your schools, businesses, and organizations on library services. Presentations may be tailored to what your group is interested in learning about. Contact your preferred branch location and we may assist your further.

Purchase Suggestions

Effective April 2020 these services are temporarily unavailable until next fiscal year starting in October 2020. If this changes, we will alert  you.

If we do not carry an item you wish to checkout, make a purchase request and we will work towards acquiring the item/s for you. You may also request titles through the Interlibrary Loan service for items released at least 1-year prior to being requested.

Test Proctoring

Proctoring services are offered for free at all locations. Interested parties should contact your preferred location to learn about starting the process. Once approved through your institution, we’ll work on a time for you to complete future exams.