Meeting Areas are now available for a small fee to non-profit organizations.
Reference Service provides information on most subjects. A librarian is available to help patrons find resources they need to conduct their research.
Telephone reference service answers need for quick facts of figured, responding to your short answer questions.
Free Internet is offered to adults and children. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult seventeen years of age or older.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) allows patrons to borrow material from libraries throughout the state and nation. There will be a mandatory $5.00 cash deposit, however it is refunded when all materials are returned.
Genealogy assistance is available in the Creel Richardson Room which contains the special collections of local historians, newspapers, documents, rare books, and local history, including marriage and cemetery records.
Young Adult Services give young people 12 years of age and older the opportunity to volunteer for community service. In addition, we have a YA section aimed at meeting specific needs for teens.
Children's Programs are offered each Thursday to encourage reading and library usage. We also have Popcorn & a Movie on certain Saturdays throughout each month where you get to watch a movie, eat popcorn, and get a drink all for FREE. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alabama Virtual Library is available via Internet, and patrons can access databases of current information. Register for your AVL card at the Circulation Desk.
An Online Card Catalog service of our Library is available to patrons via any computer with internet access.
Learning Express Library can be accessed at the Library or at home to practice for a variety of tests. Register at the library.
Free Online Homework Assistance is provided by the APLS. Students can receive online help with homework assignments in Math, English, Social Studies, and Science. This service is available Sunday through Thursday from 3 p.m. until 10 p.m.
We offer basic computer classes on Saturday mornings at 9:00. Darnell Johnson will start his class at 9:00 before the Library is open so he can give uninterrupted instruction. This is a 2-part class with basic computer the first week and Internet tips the second week. Each enrollee is expected to commit to 2 weeks of instruction and must take the first part before he/she is allowed to take the second part. For more information, call the Library at (334) 774-5480. We can accommodate 15 people, so get your name on the list early. Remember that we will only continue with the class if participation is such that we feel our time and effort is justified.
Thursday Morning Program
Every Thursday, the Ozark-Dale County Public Library hosts a children's reading program. Story Time is held at 10:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Ms. Ruth always has something fun planned out for the children. Normally a story is read to the children, they participate in doing a craft, and then they are given a snack. For more information call (334) 774-5480.