Antlers Library Recent Additions
Search the catalog for books, movies, and audio books that are on the shelf now.
The virtual library is available for all registered library patrons.
If we don't have something that you want, you can ask for an interlibrary loan. For $2, we will find a library that owns the title and request that the title be mailed to our library so that you can check it out from us!
We have books for trade and for sale.
We have several public computers available for library patrons and visitors.
Wireless access to high-speed Internet is available inside and on surrounding grounds from 5 am until midnight with no password required.
Multiple printers are available from our public computers. We also have a scanner, coin-operated copier, and fax machine. Some fees may apply.
Mother Goose on the Loose for ages 0-3. Every third Wednesday of the month.
Summer Reading for ages 5 and up. Starts June 18, 2020.
CSI Antlers for ages 13-18. A new mystery is in the planning stages.
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We have found so many great websites to recommend that we had to create a separate website. Check out our Gateway.
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Our website just got a nice makeover. All your favorite resources and pages are here. Things might be in a different spot. So, if we can help you find anything, please let us know!
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