The Community Free Library offers two meeting spaces available for the public to reserve at no cost. The rooms are available during regular library hours only. The Community Room and the Early Learning Center (Children's Room) can both be reserved by stopping by filling out the below form or stopping by the circulation desk. Please fill out the form at least two weeks prior to your event. All requests are subject to approval by the Library Director and the Board of Trustees, and as scheduling allows.
The following technologies are available for patron use:
- Internet access computers
- Fax machine
Homebound Delivery Service
All patrons who are physically unable to visit the library due to permanent or temporary illness or disability are invited to register for this delivery service. This service is free and offers homebound patrons the opportunity to continue to enjoy library materials that are both delivered and retrieved from your home at your convenience.
Eligibility and Rules:
- Participants include physically disabled, chronically ill, or seniors/elderly non-drivers. Temporarily ill, injured, or patrons recovering from surgery with confinement are also eligible.
- You must have a library card and be in good standing. We will assist you in obtaining a card if needed.
- You may request items, place items on hold online on nioga.org, or call the library for assistance.
- Items may be renewed online or by calling the library if there are no outstanding requests.
To request services, please fill out the below form. If preferred, please click here to print a form to be mailed to the library.
Volunteers to deliver to homebound patrons are always welcome. Volunteers are responsible for picking up items that have been checked out to the patron by library staff, delivering items, retrieval of items, and returning items to library staff. Volunteers will not be required to select materials for homebound patrons.
Please fill out the volunteer application below.