Boonslick Regional Library endeavors to provide quality services that will meet the needs of our community.
|Monday||9 AM – 6 PM||618 Main Street|
|Tuesday||9 AM – 7 PM||Boonville, MO 65233|
|Wednesday||9 AM – 6 PM||Phone:||660-882-5864|
|Thursday||9 AM – 6 PM|
|Friday||9 AM – 6 PM|
|Saturday||9 AM – 5 PM|
Enjoy these, and many more services in the Boonville branch!
Looking for your next career? The library is at your service. We can help you navigate through the steps of creating your resume, cover letter, on-line job search, and on-line job applications. Call 660-882-5864 to set up a time.
The collection includes: hardback and paperback books, large print books, magazines, pamphlets, CD audio books, Playaway audio books, Playaway Views, newspapers, DVD’s, access to downloadable eBooks and audio books, and a variety of online reference databases
If materials are not available in the Boonslick collection, they may be borrowed from other libraries across the United States.
New Book & Audio List
A new Book & Audio List is produced monthly to introduce patrons to the library’s most current acquisitions. The list can be viewed on the library website, or a hard copy can be attained at your local branch.
Online Card Catalog
Search the collection, request materials, renew items, suspend holds, create lists and monitor your account anywhere there is Internet access via the online catalog. Click here for instructions to access the digital branch from your mobile device.
Screen magnification, Early Literacy Stations, public meeting area, Self-Checkout station, seasonal story time for ages 2-5 and programs for children, teens and adults throughout the year.
The Bookmobile provides library service to rural communities, nursing homes, schools, and residential care facilities in the three county area.
A coin-op photocopier is available for patron use at 10 cents per copy.
Time-regulated Internet-accessible public computers with access to Microsoft Office 2007: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher. Also includes screen magnification, USB flash drive capability, printing capability (black & white and color) and access to a variety of online reference databases.
Wireless access is available to the public inside the library during normal hours of operation.
A well balanced reference section augmented by the services of an experienced reference librarian is available; also available are genealogy materials and directories, encyclopedias, almanacs, dictionaries, indices, and newspapers.
One-on-one help for patrons learning to use a number of different technologies (e-Readers, tablets, cellphones, computer and laptop programs, etc.) Half-hour or one hour sessions are available. Call 660-882-5864 to set up a time.