We meet up once a month to discuss the books we have read. We'll read current favorites and old classics. Be in contact with the staff if you are interested in participating.
It is on your own responsibility if you return your loans via the book drop. If you return items via the book drop when the library is closed, you cannot get a receipt because the loans are not registered as returned into the library system this way. The library staff records the items returned via the book drop as returned only on the next opening day of the library. Items returned in the book drop can result in penalty fees until the returns are recorded.
Exchange station for customers' own books and magazines.
Paulig's coffee in different blends for 1€ a cup. Cash only.
Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro. We have contactless payment.
You can play park chess in the area behind the library. The chessmen are kept in a box outside, and you can borrow the key to the box from the library.
Book your visit in advance by calling 050 411 6504 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
During self-service hours, there are no staff at the library, but the facilities are monitored technically with the use of cameras, for example. During self-service hours you can check out and return material, use customer computers, read magazines, work or have meetings at the library. The wireless network is at your disposal. Printing, copying and scanning are not available during self-service. You can open the library door an enter by placing your library card below the device at the door with the barcode facing up and entering your four-digit PIN code. Only patrons who are registered self-service library patrons can use the self-service library.
Book a time (please call 050 411 6504) and tell us if you need help converting. Digitizing takes as long as it takes to watch the film. We have also an adapter for VHS-C -cassettes.
The staff will give advice on logging in.