Library Tour

The 235 kW rooftop solar system consists of 470 utility sized panels.The McMillan Memorial Library building was completed in 1970 and has undergone several renovations of its interior since that time.Our Service Desk and Hold Shelf are immediately inside our entrance.Large Print books, paperback books, and audiobooks are housed in our lower level Commons area.Our Coffeehouse will be reopening soon with hot and cold beverages and snacks.Movies, television shows, and documentaries are available on our lower level as well as cd and digital audiobooks.Our Young Adult area is adjacent to our Coffeehouse and features fiction and nonfiction books, graphic novels, digital audiobooks, tabletop and video games.The gallery space on our lower level is adjacent to our All Purpose Room, Fine Arts Center and magazine collection.Our All Purpose Room is available for public meetings and serves as a primary space for library programs.The kitchenette in our All Purpose Room opens directly into the meeting space and can be used for refreshments or cooking demos.The Fine Arts Center seats 249, including five spaces for wheelchairs and is our venue for movies and concerts.Our upper lobby is adjacent to the Adult Room, the Youth Services Room and our Makerspace.Our McCourt Conference Room is located near our business office, which can be reached from our upper lobby.Our Makerspace entrace from our upper lobby leads into the Ideas Lounge.Our Makerspace Ideas Lounge is a place for patrons to plan projects on a giant whiteboard or simply relax.The Makerspace features workspaces, computer design tools, creative equipment and a recording studio.Our Makerspace features a recording studio suitable for recording music or voices.We have a few instruments that you can use in our recording studio or you can bring your own.The main entrance to our Makerspace is opposite our Information Desk.Staff at our Information Desk in our Adult Room can answer questions, help you find a book, or set you up on a computer.Regular and genre fiction, including classics, are just a few steps from our Information Desk.Next to our fiction corner, we have two group study rooms that can hold up to five people.Our training room is adjacent to our skylight lounge and sits between our two groups of study rooms.Our training room can accommodate 16 people around tables and has additional lounge seating along the windows.New fiction and nonfiction at the adult level and music cds are in our skylight lounge.Our refurbished skylight provides daylight and energy-efficient LED lighting to the reading area below.We have three study rooms available that are suitable for one or two people.Our quiet study corner houses our local history and genealogy collections.We have lounge seating and small tables adjacent to our nonfiction collection by our windows with a southern exposure.Our nonfiction book stacks are broken up by seating for study or casual reading.Computer stations in our Adult Room are adjacent to the Information Desk and a public copier/printer.Our Youth Services Desk sits at the entrance to the Youth Services Room.New picture books for children as well as children's games line the walls in our story corner.Our picture book collection is divided into categories for ease of browsing.Our Youth Services Room has fiction, nonfiction, and AV materials for preschool- and elementary-aged children.Two window seats in the Youth Services Room provide places for children to curl up with a good book.Our Youth Services Room features a computer nook with several computers for children or their caregivers.The WoodTrust / Bell Foundation Garden, an extension of the Youth Services Room. It is a Monarch Waystation.The WoodTrust / Bell Foundation Garden, an extension of the Youth Services Room. It is a Monarch Waystation.The garden features seating constructed by local Boy Scouts.The WoodTrust / Bell Foundation Garden, an extension of the Youth Services Room. It is a Monarch Waystation.