HomeboundIf you are unable to get to the library because of illness, injury or disability, you can arrange for materials to be delivered to your home. You can request specific items, or you can let us know of your preferences and a librarian will choose materials for you. To arrange for this service, please call Martha Kahn at 631.549.4411.
Notary PublicThe library has 3 notaries on staff. General hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00-4:00. Call ahead. Fee is $1.00 per stamp/signature.
Public Meeting RoomsThe library makes its meeting rooms available to community groups, which are those who can demonstrate that 51 percent of their membership lives in the South Huntington School District. Those requesting the use of a room must fill out an application, which is submitted to the director's office for approval. Call the library for more information, 631.549.4411.
Fax Machine & ScannerA public fax is available at the Circulation Desk for sending documents only. Cost is $0.75 per page. The library also has a digital scanner in the Adult Reference Department that can scan documents and/or photos and email them to a recipient.
Computers & LaptopsThe Library has 14 Microsoft Windows computers and 2 Macintosh computers for use in the Adult Reading Room. In addition, the Adult Reading Room also has 2 "15 Minute Quick Use Workstations" for those patrons who only need check an email or print something out. The Children's Library has 12 computers and 5 iPads for in-house use. The Young Adult Room has 5 Windows laptops, 6 Mac laptops, and 4 iPads for in-house use. All computers and laptops have Microsoft Office 2010 installed and have access to the Internet.
The Library has 4 circulating laptops for public use. All borrowers must be 18 years of age or older. Please call the Library to request a circulating laptop.
Special NeedsFor patrons who are visually impaired, the library has a print magnifier, which can be used to read printed materials in the library. Patrons can also bring items from home, such as mail, crossword puzzles and/or photographs. All of the public computer terminals are equipped with screen magnifying software. Visit the Reference Desk for information.
For hearing impaired patrons, the library has several assistive listening devices that enable patrons to better hear movies and lectures. Monday afternoon movies are shown with closed captions.