Wright Library offers a variety of services for its patrons and the community.
Click on one of the services to the right or get more information at the Wright Library Digital Collection start page .
Interlibrary loan is a method of obtaining materials that are not owned by Wright Memorial Public Library. If the item you want is a newer item (published or release within the last year), you can suggest the library purchase the item .
Anyone who has an active Wright Library card can use this service.
There are several ways to request items that Wright Library does not own. You can visit or call (294-7171) the Reference or Audiovisual Information desks or you can use our ILL Request Form  to email us your request.
You can request books, photocopies from journals or newspapers and/or audiovisual items.
You can have up to ten active interlibrary loan requests at a time.
There is a fee of 50 cents for each interlibrary loan request. If you do not pick up your interlibrary loan item you will still need to pay the fee. In rare cases, there also may be a charge from the lending library. If this happens, the library staff will contact you before placing the request.
Materials usually arrive in two to three weeks. It could be longer or shorter, depending on the lending library’s location and workflow.
Pick up your items at Wright Library's checkout desk.
All books, music cds and books on tape are checked out for twenty one days. Videos, DVDs and CD- ROMs are checked out for one week.
If materials are returned late, you will be responsible for the overdue fines charged to your account. You are also responsible for any lost or damaged items checked out on your card. The lending library will bill Wright Library for the cost of the item and the charge will be put on your account.
Wright Library has computers available for public use on which patrons can access the Internet. Document creation software is installed on the computers, allowing user to perform word processing, spread sheets, and power points.
A self service sign-up system manages user sessions. You will need your library card number to sign up. Please read the Internet Access Policy  below for further information.
The library also offers free, wireless Internet access through out the building. There are no access codes or fees. If your laptop is configured to obtain an IP address automatically, you should be able to connect immediately. Please read the Wireless Internet Access Policy  below for further information.
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The Library makes its Meeting Room available to groups and organizations for gatherings of a civic, cultural, or educational nature, when it is not being used for library-related events. Visit or call (294-7171) the Circulation Desk to schedule the room. A signed Meeting Room Reservation Agreement  is required to reserve the room. You may print and fill out the form to return to the library. Please read and be familiar with the Library's Meeting Room Policy  before your event.
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Library items currently checked out can be held for you once they are returned. To do so, visit or call (294-7171) the Reference Department for books and the Audiovisual Department for audiobooks, CD-ROMs, DVDs, and music CDs. You can also place request through the online catalog . The number of items you can have on hold at one time is limited to 50.
To request an item in the catalog, find the item you wish to request. Click on the Place Request button. You will then be prompted to enter your library card number (or user name) and your PIN/password, which is the last four digits of your telephone number if you haven't created a different one. Place the request by clicking the Submit Request button.
Wright Library's Youth Services Department works to support local teachers in a variety of ways, including Teacher Collections, Class Assignments, programming at the library or in the classroom, and providing support for school curriculum. Visit our Teacher Services pages  to find out more.
...story hours for children; reference service in person, online, or by phone; special events for teens, families, children, and adults; library newsletters by email; voter registration; IRS tax forms; Golden Buckeye applications; a book discussion group; a meeting room for public use; and a great Web site with premium research databases, informational blogs, and downloadable digital books, music, and videos.