FAQs

What do I need to get a library card?

To get a library card, ask the librarian at the circulation desk for a registration card. Once your card is filled out, we will need to see an ID or something recent with your current address listed on it (like a utility bill) to complete the process.

 

How do I use the public computers?

Library card holders need to set up a pin with the librarian at the front desk before signing on. If you do not have a card, you can get a visitor’s pass from the librarian that is good for one hour.
If you have your own laptop or device, feel free to sign on to our free wifi network “Kinderhook Guest Wireless.”

 

Can I copy or fax?

Our copy machine is located in the back of the library near our audiobooks, and costs 25 cents/ page. We can also fax documents locally or long distance: local faxes cost $1/page, and long distance faxes cost $2 for the first page, and $1 for all additional.

 

How can I renew items?

Items can be renewed over the telephone or online. Click “My Account” and the top of the page to log into your account to check your current checkouts, loan history, and to renew your items.

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