The Oneida County Library, named as the "Best Library in Idaho" by the Idaho Library Association, is located close to downtown Malad City, Idaho, and next to the City Park. Built in the 1970's with an addition in early 2000, it provides a county center for library services and a meeting place for many groups.
Because of the generous continuing donations of the Redfield Foundation, we are always up-to-date on the bestsellers. With a collection of almost 30,000 items including books, magazines, reference materials, videos, DVDs, music CDs, and audio books, we have something for everyone. We also have downloadable eBooks through our local card catalog and ebooks and audio books available with Overdrive.
The library boasts a fireplace, tables chairs and a comfortaable atomosphere in which to settle down with a good book or read the latest magazine or newspaper. This is a popular meeting place for groups and is also where Author Nights and Book Club meetings are held.
We have four public computers for our adult patrons three computeres for our teens. Copies are 10 cents for black and white and $1.00 for color, but computer use is free. Four iPads are available to our children, and four iPads for our teens. Internet access is free both inside and outside of the library. Internet is available in our parking lot as well as the park pavillion.
Our Juvenile Section holds a wonderful collection of books, both fiction and nonfiction. There are also games to play with STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts and Math) activities, and a fun enviornement to sit and read a book.
Thanks to grant funding from several sources, our Children's Section now has STREAM Maker Spaces for play. We have several activities and four tables to play on and create.
Teen Central is a great place for our teens to gather. We have teen computers, games, books and STREAM activities in this section. A fun and educational place to just hang out.
Through several generous grants we are building not just a STREAM Section for our teens, but a STREAM program. These 3-D printers are just a glimpse of what is available to our teens.
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All ages can access ebooks and audio books with the Libby App from Overdrive on their devices. Email us or bring your device in if you have a problem and we will be happy to help! ...More ››
Talking Book Service (TBS) is available at the library. Sponsered by the Idaho Commission for Libraries it is a free service to patrons who no longer can read standard print due to a physical disability. I have the forms at the library.More ››
Don't forget to utilize lili.org, the learning center for Idaho Residents. This site offers academic searching, World Book Encylopedia online for kids, teens, students and adults. Pronounciate offers learning for several different languages. The Learning Center offers ACT preparation as well. Check out lili.org on the web.More ››
Oneida County Card Catalog offers Webpath Express, a search engine that unlike other browsers, is a safe, credible and fun educational search tool for PreK-12 students and teachers. WebPath Express integrates more than 105,000 trustworthy, relevant websites while filtering out questionable and irrelevant content. WebPath Express offers peace-of-mind: students and staff can browse safely and effectively. It can be found within our online card catalog under Catalog, and Library Search.More ››
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Make sure you put Preschool Story hour on your calendar. Every Tuesday at 12:30 from September to April (excluding holidays) we have fun with classes for 0-2 and 3-5. We also have Teen activities monthly and then Summer Reading in the Summer. There is always something to do for the youth at the library!More ››
We have 8 iPads available for our children and teens with plenty of STREAM (Science, Technoloy,Reading, Engineering, Arts, Mathamatics) Apps for them to explore.More ››
We have free Internet Access and three adult computers and three teen computers. If you are job searching, emailing, typing a project or just surfing. They are here for you. Microsoft Office 365 and a flatbed scanner are available to use. Also we have free wireless internet for those with their own devices.More ››
Over the years, many patrons have made generous contributions to the library. Anyone who donates over $100 will get their name put on the Gold Contributing Patrons Plaque.More ››
Come join us every 2 Monday of the month as we explore different Genre's and authors. The treats are good too!More ››
We have had a lot of great author nights with local authors and those from out-of-town. Stay in touch to find out when the next author is headed our way!More ››
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