O'Fallon Public Library

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The library provides many materials including books, newspapers, magazines, books on CD/MP3, music CDs, and DVDs, as well as access to many online databases.   The library also has public copiers, including a color copier, and fax service, as well as access to Internet and word processing computers.  Free WiFi access is also available.

Many programs for children, adults and young adults are available every week. Classes on computers & technology are available several times a week. You can even register to vote at the library and proctoring services for tests is available for a small fee.


Come in and see us!

DVD, Blu Ray & CD collection:  The library has over 6,000 DVDs and Blu Ray DVDs available for checkout.  This includes many popular movies and TV series for all different ages as well as educational DVDs. Many popular music CDs are also available.

Ebooks, Magazines & Music: Checkout ebooks & audio books 24/7. Download magazines & music using Zinio & Freegal. All you need is your library card number and Pin. Check out a Nook preloaded with bestsellers or a laptop to use in the library.

Online Database Access: The library has 32 online databases, covering many different subjects, that can be accessed both from the library and from your home or work computer.

Clubs: The library has a number of clubs that meet monthly including: Legos Club, Chess Club, Anime Club, Teen Book Clubs and many more. Family movie days are held monthly.

Illinois History: The nonfiction area houses a small collection of historical Illinois materials including Civil War regiments, Underground Railroad locations, prohibition gangsters, geology, local and county histories and much more.  The Library also has the O’Fallon Progress on microfilm.

Children's Department: This department has three collections of material that provide assistance to parents, educators and students.

Learning Activities Resource Center (LARC): a collection of books and other resources to help those planning educational, recreational and other activities for children from pre-school to junior high school age. ~The LARC includes books (subject specific curriculum planning or crafts), magazines~(Books Link, Idea Book for Educators, Practical Homeschoolers, etc.), posters, curriculum file, seasonal activity file, and reproducible materials.

Emergent Reader Collection:  A collection of books for the beginning and intermediate reader.

Homework Center (HC): helps with the many challenges that homework presents. ~The HC is a collection of textbooks on loan from participating area schools (K-8), as well as books purchased to help students with specific subject areas.

There are two self checkout machines available for those who would prefer to checkout thier own materials.

Staff Contacts

Name Title Phone
Molly Scanlan Library Director 624-4500 Ext. 4343
Michael King Circulation Services Manager 624-4500 Ext. 4341
Teri Rankin Youth Services Manager 624-4500 Ext. 4340
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