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Yes. If you have a wireless enabled device, wireless internet access is available at the Library. We also offer wireless printing by website, app, or email.
Website: Go to printeron.net/nbpl/mainlibrary
App: Download PrinterOn app on your device.
Email: Send an attachment to one of the following email addresses, depending on your color and page size preference.
Black & White Letter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Black & White Legal: email@example.com
Color Letter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Color Legal: email@example.com
To find out what’s happening at the library, check out the Library Calendar (or click on the Library Calendar tab on our main page). We offer a variety of popular programs for Children, Teens and Adults at both our main location and the Westside Community Center. Please note: many events require registration, which you can do online through our calendar, or by calling us at (830) 221-4300. All library events are free to the public.
Yes! Our library subscribes to Overdrive, rbDigital, and Freegal, which provide access to free downloadable eBooks and audiobooks. You can check out all of our digital resources- even search for digital titles- through our catalog page here.
The library subscribes to over 60 electronic resources, including "Overdrive," "rbdigital," "Flipster," "Freegal Music," “Rocket Languages,” “Pronunciator” and “Atomic Training.”
We also provide a wealth of resources through the Texas State Library’s Discover Texas program.
All of our resources are easily accessible through the Catalog page tab on the library’s homepage- just sign in and explore!
If you have a current library card, simply log in to your library account and scroll down till you see the heading "Is the library missing something?" Please choose "Yes" when asked if it's ok to borrow from another library, as a small postage fee applies. Enter as much information as you can about the item (author, title, format, fiction or nonfiction, part of a series, etc.). You can request three ILLs simultaneously.
If you would like assistance with an ILL request, please stop by the Help Desk.
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The Westside Community Center holds a small collection of library materials, as well as computers for public use. It is open:
The library also offers two study rooms for individual and small group study. They may be reserved for up to two hours of use per day either by calling 221-4300 or in person. For more information, see the Meeting & Study Rooms page.
When can I drop off donations?You can drop off small donations (under 4 boxes) anytime during library hours at the front desk or by car at the front of the library. If you drive to the front of the library, call 830-221-4300 for curbside assistance. Large donations (over 5 boxes) should be dropped off by appointment only. Call 830-221-4300 for details.
Is there a limit to how many books/boxes I can donate?No limit! However, please be aware that large donations (5 or more boxes/bags) will require a different drop-off time so the library can coordinate with the Friends of the Library.
Do I get a tax receipt?You can request a tax receipt upon time of drop-off.
Can I keep my bags/boxes?Yes, but please let us know when you call so we can bring out the appropriate cart to move your items.
Where do I go for more donation information?Call 830-221-4300 for more information or for curbside assistance. Library