Life at the Library

The paint job is complete! We invite you to stop and take a look and let us know what you think.

We appreciate your patience with us as we put everything back together and get back to library business.






Spring has arrived! (On the calender anyway!) As we wait for warm weather to enjoy the longer days and outdoor activities, we encourage you to stop in and find something at the library that will help the time pass a little faster. Not only are there some fun events and activities being planned, we offer weekly and monthly events for readers of all ages. Our website offers many electronic resources as well, from money and investment help to genealolgy links.

Upcoming events include a historical evening highlighting both Oakfield Elevator and Senca Foods, book clubs, and in April, National Library Week. Don't forget our regular events like monthly Lego club, early dismissal movie matinees, and weekly events including middle grade Monday's and storytime for preschoolers.

In addition to new childrens, adult and teen reads arriving often, you may be interested in our rotating collection of audiobooks or large print titles. Look for them next time you are at the library. Collections change every other month, so there is always new things to choose from. Place holds from the comfort of home, or while on the go.

Our eBook collection continues to grow, and if you haven't looked at the available titles yet, we encourage you to do so. The newest most popular books, available for free download with a library card. Just download the Overdrive app and get started. Look for free streaming video now available as well. Call or stop in if you need assistance.

Our book club is seeking additional members-if you are interested, please consider joining us on March 30 at 6 p.m. Meeting dates are flexible and determined by the members.

We welcome you to visit and visit often. If you know of someone new in town, point out to them that the library is a good place to start in getting to know Oakfield!