Programs & Services
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Ask A Librarian
Librarians are available at the Reference Desk to help you answer simple and complex questions, find books, work with computers, tablets e-readers and other devices, or search for information on the Internet or in one of our specialized online search tools. You can send an email to the Reference Desk or call us at 503-982-5252.
Inter-Library Loan (ILL) Service
If you would like to borrow a book that is not available at the Woodburn Public Library or any other member of the Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Service, we may be able to borrow it from a library elsewhere in the state or the country. A fee may apply. To learn more or to make a request, please use our online form.
Would you like us to purchase a book we do not have in our collection? Suggest a purchase.
Delivery to Homebound Patrons
If you live in Woodburn or the surrounding towns and you cannot leave home due to illness, disability, or age, we can help with our Homebound Delivery Service for library materials. After our initial interview, we’ll bring you a monthly selection of regular print books, large print books, audiobooks, or movies to suit your tastes and needs. Contact our Adult & Teen Librarian, Kara Wheeler, at 503-982-5254 or email@example.com to get started.
Computers and Wireless Internet
The Library offers 12 public computers that provide access to the Internet and Microsoft Office programs. Patrons receive 60 minutes of computer time per day. Our reservation system requires a library card for computer use. Out-of-area visitors can book a computer at the Reference desk by showing out-of-area identification. The Library also offers free wireless Internet access and wireless printing. For more information about the Library's computers, rules of use, and printing, please see our Computer Use Policy and Wi-Fi Access Policy.
The Library offers three meeting rooms for public use. These rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis in accordance with the Library's Meeting Room Use Policy. Additionally, small Study Rooms for 1-3 people are available to check out for two-hour periods on a first-served basis.
For More Information
For more information on Library services for adults, please contact Kara Wheeler, Adult & Teen Librarian, at 503-982-5254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.