Did you ever just want to talk about a good book with others? if the answer is YES, then a Book Group is what you have been looking for! There are two book groups held the second week of every month at the Oxford public library.
Wednesday, December 11th at 6:30 pm in the Oxford Public Library Reading Room, the Wednesday Night Book Group will be meeting to discuss the book
Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman.
If you would prefer a weekend, the Saturday Book Group will be meeting on Saturday, December 14th at 11:00 am to discuss the book The Walnut Tree by Charles Todd. We will also meet in the Oxford Public Library Reading Room.
Books for both group meetings are available at the first floor circulation desk.
Borrow a Kindle from the Oxford Library and read one or all three of these new best sellers!
Ereader policies: Your library card is required to borrow an ereader.
The loan period is three weeks, with no renewals.
Overdue fee: $1.00 per day.
Ereaders must be returned to the desk, not in the book drop.
The Oxford Public Library now offers wireless printing, straight from your laptop.
1. Go to the Webpage by Clicking this LINK.
2. Select the 1st floor or 2nd floor printer. (Depending on which floor you are on.)
3. Click the “Connect” button.
This will install the selected printer.
Now you can travel back in time to Old Sturbridge Village, and you can do it at a discounted price! The Oxford Public Library now has discount passes available. To reserve a pass call the 1st floor circulation desk at 508-987-6003 ext. 3 or stop by the library. Remember that the pass must be returned to the library circulation desk the next day.
Check out our Museum Passes page for a complete list of discount passes available at the Oxford Library.
The Oxford Library has a brand-new database to share! NEWSBANK gives us access to lacal and national newspapers! If you are in the Oxford Library simply clink on the word NEWSBANK FOR FULL ACCESS. If you are outside of the library clink on the word NEWSBANK and type your Oxford Library card barcode.
There is a new reference database available at the Oxford Library! This database is a collection of reference books that the library owns on the internet! This way we save shelf space, and you can access these reference books any time day or night by clicking here. You just you 16 digit Oxford Library Card barcode. If you do not have one just stop by the library.
Have a great day, and happy researching!
ATTENTION: The Online Catalog is unavailable this evening Tuesday, December 18, 2012 and will be down until 8:00 am, Wednesday, December 19, 2012. We are updating the Library circulation software, this will impact\s the Online Catalog and patron accounts. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.