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-Books, videos and
audiobooks from other libraries can be
delivered to you at the Palmyra Library. The OWWL library catalog provides access to over one million items in Ontario, Wayne, Wyoming, and Livingston counties.
-You can checkout and
download Audiobooks and
eBooks for listening and viewing on your personal computer. Audiobooks in WMA file format can also be transferred to compatible MP3 players or burned to CD. With the addition of titles in MP3 format, MP3 format Audiobooks can be transferred to most MP3 players, including iPods® and iPhones™!
BOOK REVIEW LUNCHEONS - Monthly programs sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
PRE-SCHOOL STORYTIMES - Morning and evening, for two, three, four, and five- year-olds.
TEEN EVENTS - Cool activities for middle and high school students.
SUMMER READING PROGRAM - Activities for all ages.
BABYSITTING COURSE - Offered annually for ages 11 and up.
PHOTOCOPIER - Just 15 cents a page
Fax Service- $1 for 1st page, 50 cents for each additional page.
WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS and COMPUTERS - Explore a wealth of information on the web. To try out our "Hotspot" - bring your OWWL card and laptop (if you have one or use one of ours). 9 computers are available to access the web.
INCOME TAX FORMS - Copy from IRS book or download from IRS web site.
BOOK SALE - Organized every September and April by the Friends of the Library. FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY - Join this active group of library supporters. Call Maureen Ahern at (315) 597-2404.
HOMEBOUND DELIVERY - We will deliver library materials to any Palmyra resident who is unable to visit the library.
MEETING ROOMS - The Palmyra Community Library has four meeting rooms available for use by community groups and organizations.
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT LOAN CLOSET - A variety of medical equipment (walkers, crutches, wheelchairs, etc.) is available for loan to Palmyra and Macedon residents. Sponsored by the Palmyra Kings Daughters.
Books - Classics, bestsellers, fiction and non-fiction.
Audiobooks - Listen to a book!
DVDS - Feature films, classics, children's, travel, how-to.
Large Print - Fiction and non-fiction, easy on the eyes.
Children’s - Books for pre-schoolers to elementary school-age children.
Young Adult - Hardcover and paperback fiction and nonfiction for middle and high schoolers.
E-readers - Check out a Kindle preloaded with best sellers.
Video Games - A variety of formats -DS, Wii, etc Check out for 3 weeks.
Local History - Reference books, indexed newspapers on microfilm, genealogy information.
Books, magazines, audiobooks and videogames - 3 weeks
DVDs - 1 week.
Youth Services Specialist:
Alison Bedette, Adult Program Coordinator