Welcome to the Franklin Square Public Library Adult Reference Department!
Whether you are looking for a new author or an old favorite, doing research for school or personal enlightenment, looking for toe-tapping live musical performances, a bus trip, defensive driving classes, or an interesting lecture, this is the place for you.
Ever expanding and encompassing numerous formats and medias, the adult Library collection provides the following circulating materials:
- Over 21,000 classic and newly released fiction titles.
- Over 68,000 non-fiction titles covering a wide range of topics.
- Dozens of popular magazines.
- Audio Books.
- Music CDs.
- DVD and Blu-Rays.
- Free downloadable audio and e-books.
- 10 Internet computers.
Programs and Services:
Upcoming Programs: Check out upcoming lectures, craft and musical programs, and computer instructional classes coming soon to the Library.
Sunday Programs: Click here to see the schedule of highly professional music programs held on certain Sundays throughout the year.
Research: Whether you are researching a school project, studying for an exam, or downloading free audio and e-books, the Library’s collection of online databases are both authoritative and reliable.
Movies: Catch up on blockbuster and classic movies every Thursday at 2PM.
Reader’s Corner: Find out what everyone else is reading!
Book Discussions: Join Angela Hughes each month for a riveting book discussion.
Patron Picks: Share your favorite book with the entire community.
Adult Summer Reading Club: Spend your summer reading!
AARP Defensive Driving: The Library offers AARP Defensive Driving classes eight times a year.
Trips: Join us for a yearly bus trip to interesting locations throughout the state.