|German and Spanish language
|Large Type Books||Audio books|
|Wide variety of magazines||Genealogy materials, reference and
|Local newspaper on microfilm back
|Southwest Research Collection||CD-ROMS|
|Language, and research databases||Heritage Quest Genealogy database||Music CDs|
|Downloadable e-Books||Downloadable audio books|| Playaway portable
The Reference Department houses a large collection of current reference materials covering a large array of subjects.
A reference librarian is available at all times to help patrons find the materials and information they need.
Telephone reference service is available by calling the Reference Desk at 439-4148.
12 public use computer workstations are available in the reference area for Internet use. These computers also have Microsoft Office and other software available for library patrons.
Two computers are available for Genealogy research, for students taking online classes, or patrons who require extra time for resumes and job applications. Check with the Reference Librarian on duty to access these computer.
We offer introductory computer classes.
Check with the reference librarian to arrange a tour for adult groups or school groups of intermediate grades and above.
The Children's Room offers an excellent selection of both classic and contemporary books for children from infants through about 8th grade.
Special collections in the Children's room include: Spanish language and German language books, audio books, book and tape sets, children's videos.
We also have a special collection for teaching that include books, kits, globes, and other things to help the teacher or homeschooler provide the best teaching possible.
Five computer workstations in Children's Room offer a variety of children's educational programs and filtered Internet access.
The library offers many programs for youth: Toddler Storytime, Preschool Storytime, Lapsit Program, Tween program, Teen Cafe, and more.
Group tours for classes and groups are available when scheduled in advance with the Youth Services Librarian.
For scheduled programs check the city calendar, or contact Ami, Youth Services Librarian at 439-4157.
Homebound Book Delivery Program
Self-service Photocopy Machine and scanner
Federal and New Mexico Income Tax Forms
Public Meeting Rooms (Application)