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New circulation system live for patrons
Monday, June 16, Sikeston Public Library became a part of the
Missouri Evergreen consortium., which allows our patrons to search not
only the holdings of the Sikeston Public Library, but the holdings of
other libraries in the consortium as well. With the addition of the
final branch of the Ozark Regional Library, the consortium now holds
over 1.3 million items and serves 212,000 patrons.
Patrons who are currently using our MoLib2Go service will eventually see an interruption of service, as we intergrate these two systems.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 471-4140 or contact us by e-mail at email@example.com. The library's card catalog can be searched and library accounts accessed by visiting sikeston.missourievergreen.org.
E-books, downloadable audiobooks are here!
The Sikeston Public Library is now "live" in MoLib2Go, a statewide consortium providing e-book and audiobook downloads to library patrons.Visit the library to pick up all the information you need to get started with downloadable books and audios. There is no additional charge for e-books and audiobooks for any patron in good standing.
Click the logo below to go to the MoLib2Go site and start browsing!
Click here to learn more about how MoLib2Go works at the Sikeston Public Library.
Need help for the ACT, ASVAB, GED, or two dozen other tests? Visit the library to sign up for Learning Express, where you can practice for these tests for FREE on the library's computers or in the comfort of your own home!
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HOURS OF OPERATION ARE
mission of the Sikeston Public Library in the 21st Century continues to
be to provide high quality materials for its patrons in the areas of
research, reading for pleasure and space for community
service. In order to accomplish this mission, the Board of
Directors recognize that there will be a continuing need for more
space, qualified personnel, technology, and additional sources for
Day-campers from the Y visited with Keith Wood, a naturalist with Animal Tales. Wood introduced children to an armadillo, python and giant tortoise during his visit.
A big "THANK YOU" to the fifth and sixth graders at St. Francis Xavier Catholic School, who donated $1,100 to replace books in our children's section.
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This page updated on August 20, 2014.