Fairfax Public Library
158 E. Elm, Fairfax, OK 74637
Director: Marcy Sterling
Librarian: Howardean Rhoads
Library Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
1pm - 6pm
The Fairfax Library has expanded its services to include Ebooks, Audiobooks, music, and video available to enjoy from the library’s website. Library card holders with an internet connection can borrow popular digital media anytime, anywhere by visiting www.fairfax.lib.ok.us and clicking on the Ebooks or catalog buttons. Users who don’t have access to the internet can bring their device to the library and use the free Wi-Fi to connect to the service.
Users may browse the library’s website, borrow titles with a valid library card, and enjoy this service on all major computers and devices, including iPhone, iPad, Nook, Android phones and tablets, and Kindle. The Ebooks can be read immediately on any device with an internet browser and all titles will automatically expire at the end of the lending period. There are no late fees!
According to Library Director Marcy Sterling, library patrons will now have access to over 24,000 Book titles and over 5,000 audiobook titles. Best-selling and classic titles are available anytime and anywhere that you have an internet connection to download the items.
Click on the Ebooks tab above to get started!
Summer Reading Program
Ebooks and Audiobooks are here!
Doc Rogers, The Mind Bender, is coming to town!
Doc Rogers is bringing his “Every Hero Has a Story” show to the Fairfax Public
3:00 PM on Thursday, May 28th, 2015
Doc Rogers is a “Steampunk” time-traveler, philosopher, magician, inventor,
mind reader, and children entertainer. His manic antics, energy and expertise will be on display as he shares his magic and informs
the children about what a true hero really is (and they don’t wear capes!). “Doc” will also have free bookmarks for all those in attendance
with a suggested reading list on the back that complements the show’s theme of “Every Hero Has a Story.”
Children of all ages are
welcome to attend the free magic show. Children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult.
Large Hardbacks .50
When available there will be
free books outside
on sunny days!
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Library Summer Reading Program registration starts now
The Fairfax Public Library would like parents to come by the library and fill
out the registration form for their children to attend.
The summer reading program is for children ages 5 through 12. The 2015 program
is called BE PATRIOTIC - READ! The main theme will be Great American Heroes.
The program is come and go style. This new format is
designed for busy kids and even busier parents! Bring the kids by the library anytime we are open to check out their books and visit
our craft table. Readers will earn points for free pizzas and prizes. There will be a pool party for participants at the end of the
The come and go program will be held at the Library from May 28th through July 30th. The Library is open: Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Thursday from 1pm – 6pm.
Stop by the Library to get more information and sign up the kids.
Closed on Holidays