Creston-Dement Public Library
107 S. Main Street P.O. Box 193
Creston, Illinois 60113
815-384-3111xanax for sale
Library Director Kristi Scherer
to contact by e-mail
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Join us at Creston Booster Hall on
Saturday October 22, 2016
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MR. STEVE will entertain you.
Afterwards, sweet treats and apple cider
You can now access the PrairieCat Catalog using your
Creston-Dement Public Library Card
Explore the site, order your own items,
select where you would like to pick them up when available.
You can explore the world of E-Books through
E-Read Illinois using AXIS 360 APP
free with your library card
“The Freedom of Information Act, commonly known as the FOIA, was enacted by Congress in 1966 to give the American public greater access to the Federal Government's records.” (FCC Website, 9-13-2010)
FOIA Requests directed to:
LIBRARY PROGRAMS COULD HAVE CRESTON-DEMENT LIBRARY TRUSTEES IN ATTENDANCE
THE BOOK CLUB WILL MEET ON Wednesday November 9 at 6:00
TO DISCUSS THE CURRENT BOOK
Stop in and see all the new releases in books, audio books and DVDs
Kristi Scherer, Library Director
Jake Hill, Clerk
Katie Kettleson, Clerk
Cathy Krabbe, Clerk
A New Name, A New Look!
Our regular visitors will notice that our web site name and presentation has changed. As our patronage grows, our web presence also needs to grow. Our new web name moves us from the ".us" domain to the ".org" domain. This choice was made to better align our library with others in our service area. We also decided that our new presence deserved a face lift. We are working to provide more for our patronage and better support our community.
Please make sure to bookmark our new address.
Creston-Dement Public Library is now part of the eREAD Illinois, you can download digital books.
Stop by and we can set you up on the digital resource.
Creston-Dement Public Library is now part of the OMNI group, you can download digital books.
Stop by the library and receive your log-in information. It can be put on many many devices.
For a list of what devices can be used visit OverDrive at www.overdrive.com
To get started, you will need to install free software. For audiobooks, or for EPUB eBooks for your handheld device, download OverDrive® Media Console™. To read eBooks on your computer, you’ll need Adobe® Digital Editions.
To download OverDrive titles on your Android or iOS4 device (iPhone®/iPod touch®/iPad®) you need OverDrive Media Console v2 (or newer). OverDrive Media Console is available for:
- Android v1.5 (or newer)
- BlackBerry v4.5 (or newer)
- iOS v4 (or newer)
- Mac OS® v10.4.9 (or newer)
- Windows® 98 SE (or newer)
- Windows Mobile® 5 and 6
Need help downloading books to your e-reader or Kindle?
You can find help for your device on OMNI's Help page (http://www.omnilibraries.org/en/Help.htm), or you can use these handouts.
- Download to an e-reader (text only version)
- Download to a Kindle (text only version)
- Return e-book from an e-reader
- Return e-book from a Kindle
With hundreds of popular fiction and non-fiction titles to choose from, the new collection is guaranteed to have something for everyone. You can download best-selling novels, well-known classics, self-improvement guides, and much more.
This new service, powered by OverDrive, is free with your library card. To get started downloading audiobooks and eBooks, visit OMNI (Online Media of Illinois). www.omnilibraries.com