The library is proud to provide a wealth of services to our patrons
The library offers a wide variety of books, audiobooks, newspapers, magazines, large print books, music CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Rays for all ages. Visit our policies page for information on our lending policies, or access the library catalog to search what we have to offer.
The library also offers services for borrowing digital materials like eBooks, audiobooks, and more. Visit our eLending page to view what services we have to offer, or our library apps page to see what services you can download right onto your mobile device.
The library has even more for our cardholders to borrow besides our traditional materials
Museum and Garden Passes
The library offers passes to several institutions for adult Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library card holders in good standing. To review the available passes, please visit our museum and garden pass program page. To view our museum and garden pass lending policy, please visit our policies page.
The library offers a variety of book bundles for both adult and juvenile materials. To review the book bundles lending policy, please visit our policies page.
American Girl Dolls
Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library card holders in good standing may borrow a variety of American Girl dolls. To browse our collection of dolls, and their associated reading lists, please visit our American Girl doll page. To review the American Girld doll lending policy, please visit our policies page.
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The library hosts 28 public computers, with 18 computers in our adult computer lab, 6 in our young adult computer lab, and 2 internet computers and 2 early literacy entertainment computers in our children’s library.
Our adult and teen public computers feature software including:
- Web browsers
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
- Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft Office
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Publisher
- GiMP: Graphic Image Manipulation Program
Stations feature headphones and DVD R/RW, and are protected with Faronics Anti-Virus and DeepFreeze. Information saved to the hard drive is automatically cleared after every session.
For more information on our computer use policies, please visit our policies page.
For frequently asked questions about library computers, please visit our FAQ page.
The library also features five Online Public Catalog (OPAC) stations throughout the building for easy access to the library catalog.
Printing and Copy Services
The library has two self service copier and printers. Patrons can print from the adult or young adult computer labs and retrieve their print jobs from the self service station in front of the adult computer lab.
Prints and copies are 15 cents a page for black and white jobs, or 25 cents a page for color jobs.
Mobile Printing Service
Patrons are able to print from their laptops or mobile devices by using our mobile print service. Either download the PrinterOn App, sending their document via email to email@example.com for black and white jobs or firstname.lastname@example.org for color jobs, or by visiting the mobile printing page on our website.
The library has one scanner in the adult computer lab capable of scanning documents and pictures onto one of our public computers.
The library offers an outgoing fax service at our circulation desk. Faxes cost $1 per page. Fax services cease 15 minutes before the library closes.
The library offers public Wi-Fi 24/7 via multiple access points across our building. Our Wi-Fi signal names are all Library_PUBLIC and there is no password required for access.
Our adult reference desk is located in front of our adult computer lab, to the right of the library’s main entrance. Our librarians can help you find materials, with research, and other reference services. You can also contact the reference desk by email at email@example.com or by phone at 856-589-3334 extension 222.
The children’s library is located in front of the circulation desk, to the left of the library entrance. The children’s library contains our juvenile books and movies as well as the children’s story room, Lego play desks, early literacy gaming computers, and juvenile internet computers.
Our children’s desk is located in the children’s library. Our staff can help you find materials for youth. You can also contact the children’s desk by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 856-589-3334 extension 223.