The Library will be closed for the Memorial Day holiday on

Saturday, May 28th and

Monday, May 30th.

Brainfuse offers live, online help for students and adults from 2PM to 11Pm seven days a week. It also provides other study aids such as virtual meeting rooms, FAFSA help for adults, practice tests, chess tutors, and a writing lab. 

The first time you log into Brainfuse you may see an OCLC screen that looks something  like the one shown below.  Use your library card number as your username.  Use your library card PIN as the password.  Contact the library with questions.

Tuesday Tea is here again!

3rd Tuesday of the month from 2:00 to 4:00

Please join us for our 

friendly tea gathering. Bring some friends and enjoy chatting, coloring, knitting, working on a puzzle, or just sitting in a calm environment.
Light refreshments will be served.

The calendar may read "Spring," but the Library is already thinking "Summer." 

The 2022 Summer Reading Club will run from June 29th to August 10th. 

Stay tuned for more information! 

 2022 Spring Seed Exchange

The library has park passes
The library has park passes

press to zoom
3-D printed objects
3-D printed objects

press to zoom

press to zoom
The library has park passes
The library has park passes

press to zoom

See digital versions of the

LaFayette JR/SR High School

yearbooks from 1920-2001.

Masks are recommended but no longer required in the library.  Hand sanitizer is still available.

            Thank you

for your continued cooperation.

Thank you so much for your participation in the Spring 2022 Seed Exchange. 

Many generous people donated seeds.  21 individuals took seeds to try at home.  We wish them the best of gardening weather.

We only have two packages left of fennel and parsley seeds.  They are yours for the taking!  The Seed Exchange will be over on Friday, May 27.

Please consider saving seeds to donate next year.

Libraries are essential pillars of our democracy: they make us better citizens
by providing free and equal access to information, resources, and ideas.
Libraries are also central pillars of our humanity: they offer the chance to
explore the lives of others, their varied perspectives, and unique sufferings.

We are committed to serving as a safe space for people to connect, learn, and
grow with and from one another.  Systemic racism, prejudice, and discrimination are counter to our mission and values, and we reject them in all their forms. We stand with library workers, with library users, and with members of the community we serve and support who have been mistreated, endangered, or threatened, simply for being who they are.

Puzzle Exchange


Have puzzles that you've finished and want a new challenge? 

Exchange your old ones for new-to-you puzzles.

The Puzzle Exchange is located in our front foyer.