The library is still physically closed to the public, but you can order items to borrow. You have a choice of following the below instructions to select items from the catalogue or you can ring on 6343 1334 to request items. Then you can organise a time on Tuesday to Friday between 10 and 5 to collect these items at the front of the building or for those living within the town limits these can be delivered to your doorstep on a Thursday morning.
Below is a summary of what is currently available. More details are available on the library website https://grenfellpubliclibrary.org.au/ or the Facebook page.
Click and Collect/Delivery service
To allow you to continue borrowing please follow the below
- Access library website http://grenfellpubliclibrary.org.au/
- Select catalogue
- Select Member Services
- Log In using User ID B0….. from your library membership card and your password which is your birthday (ddmmyy)
- Search catalogue
- Click on title
- Click on Reserve title
- Click on Proceed
- This item will then appear on a list for the library staff
Deliveries within the town limits are conducted on Thursday mornings.
Library Catalogue Hint
You just found out that a movie you are looking forward to seeing when cinemas reopen is based on a book. You can find the list of books made into movies or TV shows that are held by the library by visiting https://grenfellpubliclibrary.org.au/books-made-into-movies-or-tv-shows/. The list is ever-growing. Each title is linked to the catalogue which will let you reserve a title or two for collection or delivery.
Message for those wanting to join the library during COVID-19
As of Wednesday 14 April, for those who are not library members but would like access to BorrowBox and Story Box you can now join online via the library website.
Please note that this does not give you access to the physical collection or the new indyreads™.
Reminder that even though the library is physically closed you have access to the online collection. This includes BorrowBox for eAudio and eBooks with titles available for everyone, Story Box Library for streaming of kid’s titles and the new indyreads for eBooks which gives titles for everyone. These are all free as part of your membership. If you have any issues, please contact the library.
Upcoming online events
Library Week is held annually at the end of May and even though we are physically closed it is still going ahead but online. Look out for the 20th annual National Simultaneous Storytime session on Wednesday 27th at 11am streaming on the library Facebook page. In the meantime, on our website you will find various activities for the kids to complete.
Congratulations to our winners
Congratulations to our winners in our recent photo and short story competitions. The winner of the short story competition is Benjamin Hay. We have four winners for the photo competition. They are Hannah Lynch, Denis, Keira, and Tegan Chown.