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!
Ebooks and Audiobooks are here!
Large Hardbacks .50
When available there will be
free books outside
on sunny days!
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Closed on Holidays
Dale R. Lewis - Author
5:00 - 6:30 pm on Thursday, Dec 10th
Mr. Lewis has agreed to answer questions and visit with
us while he is signing the books. So grab a chair and hang around for a while.
About the Book: This story is about the
most famous unsolved murder in the southwest and the life of the man who held the key to that murder. On September 26, 1970, E.C.
Mullendore III, the heir to the three hundred thousand acre Cross Bell Ranch Empire in Oklahoma was murdered in his own home. The
only other person with him was ranch employee Damon ‘Chub’ Anderson who was also shot. This story also includes the history of
this area of the country and the many people-both famous and infamous- who crossed paths with Chub. The wide open cattle ranges of
Kansas and Oklahoma and the mountains of Montana provide the setting for a real life drama which also involves famous people, big
money, beautiful women and a hint of the Mafia.
Author Dale R. Lewis
The "Original Buffalo Dale"
is, coming to town!
You can learn more about Dale R.
Lewis and his new book by visiting his website:
It is that time of year folks!
If the weather forecast is predicting snow or ice
or if it is already coming down,
well then, the library might be closed.
Please call ahead to make sure we are open: 918-642-5535