Use the menu to the right for other free online resources.
Lifelong Learning and Recreational Resources:
At the CCRLD, you can find answers to many of life's day-to-day questions, as well as access new ideas, knowledge, and information -- including family heritage and local history.
- Collections of fiction (including NYT bestsellers), non-fiction, and specialized Education & Job Information books, as well audio books, DVDs, and videos
- Programs and free classes
- Wireless Internet and public-access computers (with a signed form) loaded with Microsoft Office 2007
- Copy machine, printer, fax, and a video relay service (allows the deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech-impaired to communicate via video telephone in real-time with a sign language interpreter)
- Reading spaces and study tables
- Meeting spaces
- Research tools and databases, including genealogy and local history.