In addition to loaning books, magazines and other materials, our library also provides the following services to the public:
Public Access Internet
Local Artists Display
First two pages free, 10 cents a page after that (sorry, no color copies)
We can send faxes.
We are NOT able to receive faxes at this time.
NOTE: The library does NOT have a dedicated fax line.
Maximum 90 minutes per day on one of four public access computers.
Sign in and sign out at the circulation desk.
Bring a flash drive if you wish to save information.
Printing is 10 cents per page after the first 2 pages.
Bring in your laptop and connect to the World Wide Web.
Sorry, but our library printer does not currently have wireless capability, so no printing from Wi-Fi.
Local area historical and genealogical research conducted by library staff as time allows.
Click here for more information about the Local History Room.
Currently, there is no artist displayed.
Provided free of charge; donations accepted. Call or come in person to reserve an area:
1. Community Meeting Room with separate exit; seats 25-30 easily (fewer if using tables).
Includes restroom and kitchenette with sink and hotplate.
2. Fireside Room near the cozy gas fireplace; seats 20-30 by rearranging furniture.
Library staff will proctor tests during the library's open hours or by special appointment.
Call ahead of time to set up an appointment and, if needed, reserve a computer.
We have one of the few public restrooms available on Athena's Main Street.
With librarian approval, local organizations and individuals may post information of local
interest on the community bulletin board inside the library.