Loan Period Information

  • DVDs / Music CDs – 7 days
  • Magazines – 7 days
  • Books and all other materials – 21 days
  • For renewals, add one loan period to the item. Items may be renewed via telephone, but patrons must call on or before the original due date.

Yoga Story Time

Saturday, March 16
In the Children’s Room
2–3 p.m.

Join us for Story Time and children’s yoga with a certified instructor. Open to ages 3+

16th Annual Haiku Contest

March 10–31

Enter your haiku for the chance to win an FSS gift card!

Easter Scavenger Hunt

Sunday, April 14
10–11:30 a.m.

Find treasures hidden among the books in the library!

Now Open!

The Makerspace

The Makerspace provides access to various new technologies, learning tools and entertainment for all ages. This room offers gaming systems, STEM programs and classes for 3D printing, KIBO, LEGO Robotics and more.

Weekly Events

Every Tuesday
10:30–11 a.m.
Open to children 2–5 years old

March 5 – Dr. Seuss
March 12 – Women’s History
March 19 – Pirates
March 26 – Japanese Story Time

STEM PROGRAM

Build your way with LEGO!
1–4 p.m.
Every Tuesday
The Makerspace

1–4 p.m.
Every Sunday
The Makerspace

We offer coloring sheets for adults and kids, board games, Oculus virtual reality games (ages 13+), PS4, Xbox One, LEGO and KAPLA

How to look up new arrivals online

  1. Go to the Online Publicity Accessible Catalog
  2. Click the Info Desk Tab
  3. Click What’s New
  4. Select the category

You will see the current list of new items added to our collection over the last four weeks.

New Arrivals

Nonfiction

What to Eat When
Michael F. Rozien

The Truths We Hold
Kamala D. Harris

Fiction

The New Iberia Blues
James Lee Burke

Pandemic
Robin Cook

Liar, Liar
James Patterson

Young Adult Fiction

Children of Blood and Bone
Tomi Adeyemi

The Wicked King
Holly Black

Thanos
Barry Lyga

Two Can Keep a Secret
Karen M. McManus

The Fork, the Witch and the Worm
Christopher Paolini

Slayer
Kiersten White

Audio Books

This is the Day
Tim Tebow

In the Hurricane’s Eye
Nathaniel Philbrick

 

Music CDs

Red Pill Blues
Maroon 5

Reputation
Taylor Swift

 

2019 Bookmark Design Contest Winners

The first place winners bookmarks in each age group will be available in the library for customers to take home for FREE during National Library Week, April 7–13.

Group 1 | Ages 7 & under

1st

Place

Annabell Sciarratta

2nd

Place

Arisa Oyamada

3rd

Place

Owen Green

Group 2 | Ages 8–12

1st

Place

Scarlet Kirmis

2nd

Place

Eden Curtis

3rd

Place

Justin Crawford

Group 3 | Ages 13–17

1st

Place

Leighanne Kim

2nd

Place

N/A

3rd

Place

N/A

Group 4 | Ages 18+

1st

Place

Akina Crawford

2nd

Place

Martin McKay

3rd

Place

Liane Falk

Materials

  • Books
  • Magazines
  • Newspapers
  • Movies on DVD
  • Music CDs
  • Audiobooks
  • Boardgames
  • Exam study guides for CLEP, DSST, etc.
  • CDC & Playaway audiobooks
  • Transparent Language Online
  • Electronic databases & resources

Services

  • Internet & Wi-Fi access
  • CAC enabled keyboards
  • Scanners
  • Printing & photocopies (10¢ per page)
  • Interlibrary loan
  • 3D printer
  • Fax machine
  • Typewriter
  • Oculus Virtual Realty System
  • Group study rooms and audio visual rooms
  • Conference room by reservation
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times and have parental consent for computer usage.

3D Printing

Bring your completed request form as well as a digital file on a thumb drive to the library. You can print your own 3D design or a project you found online.

What is 3D printing?
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.

Is there a charge for the 3D printer?
The cost for printing is 20¢ per meter of PLA (USD only).

Online Resources & Databases

To access our online resources:

Go to the Overstreet Memorial Library to get a username and password to start exploring today!

go digital

Britannica

Online version of Britannica

CLEP Streaming Videos

Video CLEP preparation lessons

CultureGrams

World, Kids, and State editions with background information on world and U.S. cultures

EBSCO eBooks

Offers over 8,000 eBooks from reference, scientific/technical, business, health/medical, career, education literature and military

Gale Group Database

Journals, news, magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias, and current events

Global Incident Map

Provides a fully customizable map that displays critical events happening in real time across the globe

LearningExpress Library

Practice tests, tutorial courses, and ebooks to help all ages

Mango Languages

Pick from over 70 world languages to learn and explore new cultures through conversations and films

OneClickdigital

Provides a wide selection of eBooks and unabridged audiobooks for checkout and download to a computer or portable device

OverDrive

Includes language learning materials, downloadable eBooks, audiobooks, music and videos. Play downloads on a variety of devices including smart phones, eBook readers, computers, tablets and more. Includes the CSAF Reading List titles.

Peterson’s Education & Career Resource

Practice for CLEP, DSST/SAT/ACT exams

rb digital Magazines

The world’s largest newsstand offers full color digital magazines for anytime, anywhere reading on desktops, mobile devices and apps

Safari Books Online

Leading e-reference resource for technology and business professionals providing access to 40,858 eBooks, videos and tutorials featuring technology, digital media and professional development topics

TumbleBook Library

Has electronic books for kids with read aloud stories, puzzles and games

Tutor.com

24/7 free online tutoring and homework help

Universal Class

Over 500 online non-credit classes such as Law and Legal, Health and Medicine, etc.

 

CAC/Portal/Military OneSource Access Only

Air Force Culture & Language Center

Offers a variety of resources to help Airmen become more cross-culturally competent

Morningstar

Get the most popular investment resources

Overdrive

Downloadable audiobooks which can be transferred to a portable device

 

Safari Books Online

Collection of eBooks on Information Technology

Stratfor

Provides expert analysis in international affairs, public policy and security

STEM Programs

28

March

25

April

3D Pens

3:30–4:30 p.m.
The Makerspace
Ages 8+
No registration required

Class Info

 

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.

14

March

11

April

K’Nex

3:30–4:30 p.m.
The Makerspace
All Ages
No registration required

Class Info

 

K’NEX is a building system of plastic rods, wheels and other components, which can be pieced together to form models, machines and architectural structures. 

Makerspace Classes

21

March

4

April

Lego Robotics

3:30–5:30 p.m.
The Makerspace
Ages 10+
9 seats available | Registration period March 1–8

Class Info

 

Learn coding basics and build a robot with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 in this two-class series.

3

April

KIBO

10:30–11:30 a.m.
The Makerspace
Ages 4–7
8 seats available | Registration period Jan. 28–Feb. 4

Class Info

 

KIBO is a robot kit designed for young
children ages 4–7. Children build their own robot with KIBO, program it to do what they want and decorate it. KIBO gives children the chance to make their ideas tangible.

The Makerspace

Monday–Thursday 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
Friday–Sunday Noon–5 p.m.
Federal Holidays Noon–4 p.m.

This space offers video games, virtual reality, 3D printer, LEGO wall and STEM programs. The Makerspace is free to use and open to all ages. Stop by the Overstreet Memorial Library and check it out!

Overstreet Memorial Library

BLDG. 629
Monday–Thursday  |  10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Friday–Sunday  |  Noon–6 p.m.
Federal holidays  |  Noon–5 p.m.
CLOSED 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Phone

226-4083  DSN
0176-77-4083  CELL

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