About the Tri-City Library District

The Tri-City Library District selects, acquires, organizes and provides access to books, magazines, cds, dvds and other materials of interest and/or permanent value. These items provide for the educational, informational, cultural and recreational needs of the surrounding areas users. The Library also promotes the importance and appreciation of reading and community involvement from childhood through adult programs.

The Tri-City Library District site also serves as a central repository and online community center. We want everyone to look beyond the books and see the library as an important resource in the Tri-City area.


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    2/16/2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    THIRD THURSDAY BOOK GROUP

    Participants will discuss Rushing Waters by Danielle Steel.  Refreshments will be served.  Group meets at the Tri-City Public Library.
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    2/28/2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    SENIOR BOOK GROUP

    Participants will discuss Damaged by Lisa Scottoline.  Refreshments will be served.  Group meets at the Tri-City Public Library.
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News & Events

15 February 2017

The Library now has a puzzle area in the back of the library. On normal business days we have a puzzle in progress, usually 750 to 1000 pieces, for visitors to help us with. Instead is sitting home watching TV reruns, maybe a little relaxation working on a puzzle might be fun. See for yourself on your next visit to the Library.

The Library now...
2/28/2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

SENIOR BOOK GROUP

Participants will discuss Damaged by Lisa Scottoline.  Refreshments will be served.  Group meets at the Tri-City Public Library.
2/16/2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

THIRD THURSDAY BOOK GROUP

Participants will discuss Rushing Waters by Danielle Steel.  Refreshments will be served.  Group meets at the Tri-City Public Library.
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There are a number of ways to support the Tri-City Public Library. While we do have an operating budget to cover the daily operations of the Library, there is always ways to contribute. For all the ways you can assist the library check out our "Support the Library" section located under "About Us"

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Download over 12,000 eBooks, eAudiobooks or OverDrive Video from Library On The Go (OverDrive) to your mobile device or computer. Use the Kids and Teens eReading Rooms to have filtered pages that provide a safe and easy browsing experience.

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Project Gutenberg offers over 45,000 free eBooks. You can download formats suitable for eReaders, such as the Nook, Kindle, iPad, etc., mobile phones, and other devices. Choose among epub books, kindle books, and more to download to your eReader, mobile device or read them in a web browser.

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Borrow eBooks from a growing collection of mainly 20th Century titles from Open Library.  All titles can be read in the browser on a computer or mobile device, but only titles in the Lending Library can be downloaded onto a mobile device by reading it in the OverDrive app.

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