The following digital resources have been purchased by the library. Access to these resources is limited to cardholders and will require your library card number and often a prefix code. If you need this code just give us a call!
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This resource is a free, extensive, resource for genealogical research, but it is for in-library use only. We highly recommend you give it a try.
We love this tool for learning, applying for college or a job, and more. It offers free live tutoring everyday from 2-11 PM and a wide assortment of learning resources.
Heritage Quest is a free at-home resource for genealogical research. It offers free access to U.S. census records, city directories, and much more.
Borrow and enjoy audiobooks, eBooks, comics, movies, TV, magazines, or music. We ask that you first try Kanopy and or NH downloadables since we pay for each item you download.
Kanopy s an on-demand streaming video platform for public libraries and universities It offers a wide variety of movies and documentaries. Watch up to 7 films per month.
Learn a new language with this program which offers 70 different languages to choose from.
Libby App Downloadable Books
Click here for access to a large collection of digital audiobooks, ebooks, and magazines, which you can read or listen to on a computer, phone, or kindle.
New York Times
Click here for unlimited access to the New York Times news. After initially signing in, you will be able to access this daily.
New York Times Cooking
We have access to the New York Times recipes. After initially signing in, you will be able to access this daily.
New York Times Games
Click here for unlimited access to the New York Times Games. After initially signing in, you will be able to access this daily.
Search unbiased ratings of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, banks, credit unions, and insurance companies. Compare rates, plan benefits, and costs for Medicare Supplement Insurance.
The resources below are not paid subscriptions by the library, but you may find them helpful.
BestColleges.com builds rankings using the latest data from the National Center for Education Statistics and other trusted sources.
The National Council on Aging provides a national voice for older Americans and acts as their advocate in dealing with service providers and policymakers.
SeniorNet is a nonprofit group dedicated to bridging the divide between older adults and technology.
The Simple Dollar’s experts use the latest evidence-based research to help you save money, buy a home or car, get out of debt, retire with confidence, and more. Please read the discloser on the bottom of the page.