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myLibrary at Home

Stay active, productive, healthy, informed, and connected, even when you can’t get to the Library. Find children’s activities, resources to improve job skills, ideas for developing new hobbies, reading lists, resources for health and wellness, and opportunities for virtual interaction with your community right here. Welcome to myLibrary at Home!

Library eResources from Home 


 Discover our eLibrary and find:

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Staff Recommendations  

We love to read books and graphic novels, listen to audiobooks and watch movies too! Get a personalized recommendation list from our Library staff. Click here to give us some information about your interests and then receive an email customized just for you.


Virtual Classes & Events  

Our virtual classes are now in session! Register today and join in for story times, book discussions, and more with these virtual online classes. 


Learning on the Go
Learning On-the-Go is a series of videos on the Library’s YouTube channel that highlight some of the classes offered in Library branches. Access Learning On-the-Go videos to experience learning at the Library wherever you are!


Get a Library Card  

If you, or someone you know, doesn’t have a Library card apply for a card online now. You can use your temporary card to access our eLibrary for 90 days.



Share with Us  

Are you learning a language or reading books using our eLibrary? Have you discovered something new on our website? Are you enjoying "Learning On-the-Go" videos from our YouTube channel? Tell us how you're using #myLibraryatHome on FacebookInstagram or Twitter.


Limited Time Bonus eResources


Our vendors have generously made these bonus resources temporarily available as we all work, learn, and play from home!

Access to this resource has been temporarily expanded to library cardholders working remotely, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry. This access is scheduled to end on December 31, 2021. At that time use will once again be restricted to inside the library only.
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