Overstreet Memorial Library

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, Jan. 18
2–3 p.m.
Ages 3+

2020 Bookmark Design Contest

Feb. 1–Feb. 15
Theme: Find Your Place at the Library

Events

Every Tuesday
10:30–11 a.m.
Children’s Room
Open to children 2–5 years old
Jan. 21 – Hats
Jan. 28 – Japanese Story Time

Makers’ Club
First Saturday of Every Month
1-3 p.m.
Ages 14+
Learn advanced concepts such as 3D modeling, 3D printing, electronics and more! Share your skills and collaborate on projects. This is a great chance to get trained on how to use the 3D printer, which is freely available to high school students and adults during The Makerspace events.

LEGO Club
Third Thursday of Every Month
3:30-4:45 p.m.
All Ages
Do you love building with legos? Show off your creativity and share with others! Fill the lego wall in the Makerspace with legos provided by the Overstreet Memorial Library.

STEM Club Jr.
First Wednesday of Every Month
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Ages 4-6
For younger kids, The Makerspace offers several fun ways to introduce STEM concepts.
• 3D Pens: Draw using plastic that hardens into 3D shapes! These pens are safe for ages four and older and are lots of fun to use.
• KIBO Robot Kits: A simple way to show the basics of programming! KIBO uses blocks that link together. Rearrange the blocks in order to tell the robot what to do!
• K’Nex and LEGO: The foundation of every young engineer’s childhood.

STEM Club
A great opportunity for kids to explore concepts such as design, programming, electronics and other concepts.
• Advanced 3D Pens: Draw using plastic that hardens into 3D shapes! These pens are more powerful and can be used to build more precise and larger objects.
• Ozobot Robots: Tiny robots with lots of potential! These kits come with fun challenges using markers to program the robot paths. It’s fun for adults too!
• Snap Circuits: Are you interested in learning how to build electronics? These kits have tons of circuit plans and electronic components to try out.

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

Fiction

Blue Moon,
by Lee Child

The Night Fire,
by Michael Connelly

Final Option,
Clive Cussler

The Deserter,
by Nelson DeMille

The Guardians,
by John Grisham

A Christmas Gathering,
by Ann Perry

Stealth,
by Stuart Woods

 

Nonfiction

Holding the Line,
by Guy Snodgrass

The Whole30 Friends & Family,
by Melissa Hartwig

Martha Stewart’s Cookie Perfection,
by Martha Stewart

The Fall of Richard Nixon,
by Tom Brokaw

Long Way Home, 
by Cameron Douglas

Acid for the Children, 
by Flea

Me,   
by John Elton

DVDs

All is True

Booksmart

Brightburn

Fast Color

High Life

The Intruder

The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Long Shot

Men in Black: International

The Sun is Also a Star

Materials

  • Books
  • Magazines
  • Newspapers
  • Movies on DVD
  • Music CDs
  • Audiobooks
  • Video Games
  • Board Games
  • Exam study guides for CLEP, DSST, etc.
  • Playaway audiobooks
  • Electronic databases & resources

Services

  • Internet & Wi-Fi access
  • CAC enabled keyboards
  • Scanners
  • Printing & photocopies (10¢ per side in B&W/ 30¢ per side in color)
  • 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

EBooks, Audiobooks, Magazines, Graphic Novels, Movies & Music:
EBSCO Audiobooks
EBSCO eBooks
Freegal Music
Gale eBooks
Gale Presents- National Geographic Virtual Library
Hoopla- Movies, Music & More
OverDrive Digital Media
RBdigital Audiobooks, eBooks, Magazines
RBdigital Comics & Graphic Novels
Safari Books Online
Stingray Qello
Educational:
Britannica Academic Edition
CLEP Streaming Videos
CultureGrams
EBSCO Research Batabases
Explora for Public Libraries
Gale Academic OneFile
Gale Career Transitions
Gale General OneFile
Gale In Context- Middle School
Gale In Context- Science
Gale OneFile– Military and Intelligence
Gale Online Resources
Global Issues
LearningExpress Library DoD Test Prep
Mango Languages
RBdigital The Great Courses Library Collection
Universal Class
 
News & Reference Resources:
Biography in Context
Consumer Reports
Federal Soup
Global Incident Map
Image Quest
MorningStar Investment Research Center
National Fire Codes
PressReader Digital Newspapers
Stratfor
U.S. Major Dailies
Special Interest Resources:
Ancestry
BrainHQ
Consumer Health Complete
Fold3
Gale Business- Entrepreneurship
Gale Business- Plan Builder
Gale Chilton Library
Gale Health and Wellness
Gale OneFile- Health and Medicine
Gale Legal Forms
NoveList Plus
Small Engine Repair Reference Center
Weiss Financial Ratings
Child & Youth Educational Resources:
BookFlix
FreedomFlix
Gale Interactive Science
Gale National Geographic Kids
NoveList Plus K–8
ScienceFlix
TrueFlix
TumbleBooks
Tutor.com
Other Resource:
Military OneSource’s MWR Digital Library

STEM Programs

Makers’ Club

1–3 p.m.
Ages 14+
No registration required

STEM Club

3:30–4:45 p.m.
Ages 7+
No registration required

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Jan.

LEGO Club

3:30–4:45 p.m.
All Ages
No registration required

The Makerspace

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

Phone

226-4083  DSN
0176-77-3068  CELL

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