Wednesday Night Book Club with Cathie!!


Be sure to join us on Wednesday, September 10th at 6:30 P.M. for our monthly Wednesday Night Book Group!

This month’s book is:

The Language of Flowers

by Vanessa Diffenbaugh

New Members always welcome!

Copies are available at the front circulation desk to be checked out for anyone interested!

This is a FREE book group. Open to all.

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Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest


The Oxford Public Library now  has access to Ancestry Library Edition, as well as HeritageQuest. Both Ancestry and HeritageQuest are common tools in researching one’s family history. Ancestry is accessible only at the library on any of the 16 public computers that we have.You don’t have to make an appointment to use Ancestry, however if you would like a staff member to help you with it, you may call ahead and request an appointment. One can access the database by using the link below.

HeritageQuest is currently only accessible in the library, but will soon be usable on your home computer. Simply use the link below and begin searching! HeritageQuest has access to Periodicals, Books, and different records that Ancestry does not supply that may pertain to your family history!

For more information call the Adult Circulation desk at (508)987-6003 x221.

ShowImageYou can also find the links under our “Local History and Ancestry” tab on the upper menu.

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Civil War Documents

Documents of Company E, 15th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers are now available on-line in a fully searchable, and browsable database.
Just visit our Databases & Resources page and scroll down until you find the correct database!

Happy Reading!

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Updated Instructions for Wireless Printing

How to print from a Windows Laptops. (You must use Internet Explorer to set up the printer on your device.)

1. Access the webpage: http://oxth-lib-dc.oxfordlibrary.local/printers
2. Select the 1st or 2nd floor printer. (Depending on which floor you are on.)
3. Click the “Connect” button.
This will install the selected printer.

If the “Connect” button does not appear on the webpage you may need to click on compatibility view.

How to print in Apple Products

You can print from the Apple applications, such as Mail, Safari, Photos, Camera, Maps, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Filemaker Go, and so on. Apps available from the App Store may also offer this feature.
To print, follow these steps:
1. Tap or , which are at the bottom of your screen.
2. Tap , the printer icon.
3. Choose your printer, it is called 1st or 2nd floor printer, the number of copies you want, and then tap Print.

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Free Online Learning

Free online learning on many topics, including TECHNOLOGY from Goodwill Community Foundation.

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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.


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