Oh no! Your Library is closed? How will you get materials to read and movies to watch?
Check out your eLibrary!
Did you know that the Williamson County Public Library System’s website has an eLibrary along with other digital resources for authors, teens, and children during the coronavirus pandemic?
You can practice extremely safe social distancing AND enjoy your Library’s online resources which includes digital magazines, movies, music, ebooks, eaudios and children’s picture books. Visit: https://www.wcpltn.org/232/Digital-Books to find your online reading materials and more. Each database comes with a free app and support materials. There are materials for children, teens, and adults. Call us at 615-595-1243, Monday-Friday from 9a - 5p, with any questions and we will help.
What you don’t have a Library card?!?
Well, it’s not like you could have known that there was going to be a global pandemic and such goings-on. We’ve got you covered too. Visit our new members online application webpage and get set up with a Digital Access Library Card. This will give you access to all our databases and eLibrary materials. If you’d like to borrow physical materials in the hopefully not to far off future, you can always get upgraded to full membership when we are fully reopened to the public. Otherwise this account will expire in June of 2020.
Thank you for using your Library and we are grateful to be of service to you. We are looking forward to when we can all be together again. In the meantime, visit us on Facebook and Twitter to find our Library staff doing story times and more.
Please be safe and take care!