The Overstreet Memorial Library has a wealth of resources, with so many ways to learn. Come read, create, build and explore with us!
Stream CLEP reviews and watch lectures to boost your success rate for CLEP exams. Lessons can be watched on your favorite device and when using Wi-Fi, the content is FREE. Data charges may apply when streaming via phone. DANTES and Excelsior Study Materials are also available as well as EBSCO and Gale Group databases. The library also offers LearningExpress Library, OneClick Digital, Transparent Language Online, TumbleBooks, Tutor.com, Universal Class, Zinio and more for your study needs!
The following CLEP examinations have lessons available for streaming:
- Research Databases
- Natural Science
- College Composition
- College Mathematics
- Social Science and History
- American Government
- American Literature
- Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
- Principles of Management
- US History I
- US History II
The library offers over 500 online continuing education courses with real instructors, connection to other students and continuing education units on selected courses with available subjects in:
- Computer Training
- Personal Finance
- GED Training
- Pet and Animal Care
- Professional Development
- Health and Services Training
- Music, Painting and more
Just ask the trained staff for an access code to begin!
Study Material and Rooms: Prepare for exams in a comfortable area with study material just a few feet away. The library offers a quiet study room, group study room and conference room. The library has a selection of CLEP and other exam books as well as online resources to help you ace your next exam. Trained staff can help you find just what you need for your educational and professional needs or to learn about a subject that interests you.
Children’s Room: The library offers an extensive collection of children’s, teen and young adult books. There is also a play table and a reading area for parents and children to get comfortable while building reading skills.
Media Room: With Xbox and Playstation consoles and games Let the kids play video games with friends while you browse the library’s collection. Just sign up at the front desk!
3D Printing Services: Overstreet Memorial Library has made this cutting-edge technology available to the public. You can print your own designs or something that you’ve found online. 3D printers use digital models to fabricate three-dimensional objects, successively printing or forming layers of material, one at a time, until an object is fully rendered. Anything that can be printed within five hours or less can be done at the library. The cost for printing is 20¢ per meter of PLA (USD only). If you’re interested in bringing a design to life with this amazing machine, call the library to make an appointment with our trained staff and visit www.35fss.com to fill out a registration form. Bring the form and the file you would like to print on a thumb drive to the Overstreet Memorial Library today!
Digital Checkout Items
Playaway Launchpads: The Playaway Launchpad is a preloaded learning tablet designed for children.
Go Chip Beam: Allows users to access movies and television series anytime, anywhere and on any device without internet connectivity.
Open to ages 6+
2nd & 4th Thursday every month
3:30–4:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room
Designed to nurture creativity, problem solving and intellect through fun, the library has a wide variety of of classes, activities and events with something for everyone! No registration is required. Call the library for more information about our STEM programs.
K’NEX® is a building system of interlocking plastic rods, connectors, blocks, gears, wheels and other components which can be pieced together to form a wide variety of models, machines and architectural structures. K’NEX® is designed for older (5 to 12-year-old) builders, although a larger-sized version, Kid K’NEX® is aimed toward younger children. The Overstreet Memorial Library has both versions available for use!
The 3Doodler® is the first 3D Printing Pen capable of drawing in the air or on surfaces. The 3D Printing Pen uses ABS plastic, which is the same material used by many 3D printers.
Learn coding basics and build a robot with LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 in this two-class series.
Build Your Way With Lego
Every Tuesday | 3–4:30 p.m.
All ages are welcome to show off your skills and let your imagination run with LEGO®.
If you love LEGOS, ask about joining our LEGO® Club. Ages 8–14 are welcome!
Sundays 1–4 p.m.
Spend time with family and friends at the library every Sunday. Enjoy boardgames like Clue and giant Jenga or solve a puzzle. You can also try out our Oculus Virtual Reality System!
- 10 Computers for Public Use
- Wireless Access
- Windows 7 Laptop/Tablet Hybrids (in-library use only)
- Copier & Printer
Black & White – 10¢ per side
Color – 30¢ per side
- Interlibrary loan
- Renew or reserve by phone
Books, CDs, DVDs and Boardgames
With new arrivals every month! Choose from books by best-selling authors, jam in the car to CDs by your favorite artists and relax with a movie night after checking out a popular new release from our DVD selection.
- Book Selection
- Best Sellers
- Graphic Novels
- Children’s Books
- Magazines & Newspapers (Daily Yomiuri, Too Nippo)
- 21 Days Books and Audiobooks
- 7 Days DVDs, Music CDs,
Games and Back
Issues of Magazines
The library offers many FREE resources at the click of a mouse!
Mango Online Language – Learning Through Conversations and Films
Mango Languages makes learning a new language fun! With real-life conversations in over 70 languages available. Listen to conversations between native speakers, watch a suspense-ridden action flick in your target language, or learn how to conduct business in different languages.