The Schultz-Holmes Memorial Library
With innovative programming, an eclectic collection, and state-of-the art online offerings, the Schultz-Holmes Memorial Library keeps the best of tradition while riding the forward edge of current library ideas. We seek to redefine "library" everyday. The Schultz-Holmes Memorial Library holds over 31,000 volumes in print, recorded and electronic formats, including local history materials, and provides public internet access, including a free wireless network. The library offers movies, evening programs for adults, the Taste the State program series, the annual Art at Your Feet public street art fair, and a number of youth programs, including StoryTime and Family Reading Night, video gaming and LEGO after-school programs, and the complex of Summer Reading Program Events and Challenges.