Services offers circulating materials such as magazines, videos,
books on tape, CD's, and free Internet access. A computer for
word processing is also available. Tours of Adult Services are
available upon request and staff are happy to speak to organizations
and groups. Call the library at 340-6462 to arrange a visit or
library regularly offers specialty programs for adults. Book discussion
groups have focused on mysteries, travelogues, biographies, and
popular fiction. Other programming includes visits from experts
and scholars on Kansas history, quilting and other folk arts,
and notable Kansas residents such as William Allen White and Will
Join us for our evening
All discussions are FREE and open to the public. With the
support of the Friends of the Library, multiple copies of
the selected titles are available at the library for checkout.
Discussions will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the large meeting
room of Emporia Public Library, 110 E. 6th Ave., Emporia,
Visit our Public
Computing Page to get the scoop on what we have to
offer in the way of databases and Internet access.
Adult Services content includes reference, tax forms, fiction,
nonfiction and adult programming. Our Adult Services librarian
is Lynette Olson. Click
here to learn more about her.
Emporia Public Library would like to make available to you the
following list of books. We own multiple copies of the titles
listed. They were used by the Adult Book Discussion Group courtesy
of the Friends of the Emporia Public Library.
Book Discussion Book Sets: Arranged
alphabetically by title or Arranged
alphabetically by author.
Loan and the Kansas
Room / Genealogical Department are three of the most
used services at EPL. (Click on the blue highlighted names to
visit their pages.) Homebound will deliver any library materials
every other Thursday to Emporia residents who cannot come to the
library. Any materials not available at EPL can be interlibrary
loaned from other libraries in and out of state and checked out
for a period of two weeks.
The Kansas Room offers many items of interest to historians and
genealogists. Every year the library, in cooperation with the
Flint Hills Genealogy Society, sponsors a beginning Genealogy
Workshop and a Genealogy Lock-In. Call or visit the library for
more information, or visit our Family
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