How do I get a library card?
Kansas residents may receive a library card at no charge. For those over 18, one form of photo identification with current information showing name and address (or a photo identification with other acceptable proof of residence) must be submitted and an application filled out. Children under the age of 18 must have cards co-signed by a parent or legal guardian. This form also either authorizes or denies minors access to the public Internet computers. The patron card must be presented each time materials are checked out. Loss of the card must be reported immediately or the patron will be responsible for materials checked out on it. Replacement cards will be issued at the cost of $1.00 each.

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1. How do I get a library card?
2. Does the library have an online catalog?
3. What are the library collections & lending policies?
4. What other services does the library offer?
5. Is there a book club associated with the library?
6. Can I get eBooks from your library?
7. What services do you offer for children?
8. When are the Board of Trustee meetings?
9. How do I renew my items?
10. How do I log into the online catalog?