Our catalog has gone mobile with LibAnywhere! You can now use your smartphone to access online databases, check our hours, renew your material, contact library staff and much more – all in a mobile-friendly format. And if you like saving money, next time you’re in a bookstore use LibAnywhere’s built-in ‘scan a barcode’ function to scan a book’s barcode with your phone’s camera and instantly see if the library has a copy!
You can download the FREE LibAnywhere app from the App Store or the Android Market. For more information click this link.
Try Universal Class or ArtistWorks free with your library card – over 500 lifelong learning courses in over 30 subject areas! Access each informative and engaging course 24/7 from your phone or tablet
PROGRAMS FOR AUGUST
Exciting things happening on Hoopla!! Check them out!!
Hoopla has everything you need to get your patrons of all ages ready for another year of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. So many times, we talk about STEAM as a path to in-demand careers, and that's true, but it also helps build a stronger foundation for other life skills like problem-solving and creativity. Grab the attention of more patrons by showing them ways STEAM can yield unexpected benefits
Did you know you can listen to hoopla in your car?? It doesn't matter if you have Apple or Android. https://youtu.be/Je-t8JKQK1Q
eBooks and eMags Available!
Have an e-reader and not sure what to do with it? Come see us at any of the Fayette County Library branches and we will help you with our e-digital services! To use any of these services, you must have a Fayette County library card and a pin number. If you need assistance, please call your local library or come see us!
OverDrive will begin winding down the legacy OverDrive app by removing it from app stores in February 2022. Libby will soon be the primary app for users to enjoy your digital library.
Remember your loved ones through a memorial gift to Fayette County Public Library.
Fayette County Library's Memorial Book Program offers you an opportunity to donate funds to purchase a book for the library's collection in memory of or as a way to honor friends or relatives.
You may specify a subject area or the library's staff will select a book in an area in need of new materials. While your book will be shared by all interested patrons, you may choose a specific branch to house the book. Your gift book will bear a bookplate naming the donor and the person memorialized or honored.
Letters of acknowledgment will be sent to the family of the person being memorialized/honored and the donor
will receive a card of appreciation.
For more information or to make a donation, visit your local branch or you may click here for a printable form.