Reduced Hours

The Library will be available Monday – Thursday, 10:00am-5:00pm.

Our doors are still closed to patrons at this time. Please contact us if you need something to read or help with our online resources. This is just for the time being, NOT forever! We will return to regular hours eventually.

PRINTING!

1. email your document/photo to Schuylerlibprint@yahoo.com.

2. call us at 402-352-2221 to verify we have it/can print it.

3. 10 cents for B&W, 50 cents for color.

4. schedule a time for curb-side pick-up.

5. available: 10am-4:30pm, Mon-Fri.

6. same day pick-up only.

7. exact change only!


This is only for printing documents you can email. We cannot make photo copies or do faxes at this time.

Free Books at the Library

There is a cart of FREE BOOKS parked out in front of the Library. Help yourselves! These are old library books we don’t need anymore. You do not need to return them; you get to keep these. (Your regularly checked out library books sill need to come back home, though. Our book drop is always open.)

Free online resources while you’re at home

We added new online resources for you to use while you’re at home. The links are over there in the right hand column for you to click on. We’ve got:

Nebraska Overdrive Library: Nebraska’s digital library of e-books and digital audiobooks, free access with your eligible library card.

National Emergency Library: the Internet Archive’s library of digitized books (until 6/30/20).

FactCite: online databases for young students, username: schuylerpublib, password: splhome (until 5/31/20).

TumbleBooks Collection of databases: AudioBookCloud, RomanceBookCloud, TeenBookCloud, TumbleBook Library, and TumbleMath (until 8/31/20).

Please contact us at 402-352-2221 or schuylerpublib@yahoo.com if you have any questions.

Legal Aid of NE Covid-19 Disaster Relief Hotline

Free COVID-19 Disaster Relief Hotline is available to Nebraskans affected by COVID-19 and in need of legal assistance, hosted by Legal Aid of Nebraska: 1-844-268-5627.

After calling 1-844-268-5627, callers will be connected to the Hotline voicemail. Callers should leave their name, phone number, brief details of the problem and the assistance needed, and in what county they are located. Callers will receive a call back from experienced Legal Aid staff.

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