Welcome the St. Maries Public Library!
THE LIBRARIANS WILL BE AT A MORNING WORKSHOP THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3. THE LIBRARY WILL OPEN AT 2PM.
There are a few holidays this month so check the hours page for other changes.
CHANGE IN LIBRARY HOURS
THE LIBRARY WILL BE OPEN EVERY MONDAY
FROM 10am ~ 5pm
The Friends of the Library Book Sale
November 5th from 9am - 2 pm.
Lots of books in lots of boxes that won't be seen until November 5th.
The St. Maries Public Library is located one block up from downtown St. Maries, at 822 College avenue.
The patio is closed for the season, but who wants to sit out in the cold? Come on in, it is warm inside. There are books, magazines, newspapers, computers and free wi-fi. FYI the computer check-out has changed to 2 hours per day.
- Monday 12-7 On Monday November 7th the Monday hours will change to 10-5.
- Tuesday 12-5
- Wednesday - Closed
- Thursday 10-5
- Friday 12-5
- Saturday 9-2
- Sunday Closed
Check out NPR's Book Concierge page on the NPR Public Radio link to the right. You will find a list of great reads for 2015. When you find one you would like to read go to the catalog link on the left to see what libraries might carry it.
Please check the activities page to see what might be happening at the library.
The Friends of the St. Maries Library have an ongoing book sale at the library. There are books on shelves next the the front desk and a wide selection in the basement. Hardcover books are $1.00, paperbacks are 25 cents. All proceeds help the library with special programs and materials.
COOL NEW FEATURE!!!
Now when you go to almost any booksellers website you will be able to see if the book you are thinking of buying is at one of our libraries.
When you click on over to the library catalog you will see in the lower right hand corner "New Bookmarklet". Click on the highlighted link and follow the directions.
You will need to type in both the title and author when you are searching the booksellers website. When you do this the book, if available at one of our libraries, should come up first on the list.
All library computers are filtered as required by the State of Idaho. WiFi users will not be affected.